Gwyneth Paltrow (left) and Gene Hackman (right) in Touchstone Pictures' comedy "The Royal Tenenbaums."
A shocking moment at the Tenenbaum dinner table. From left to right: Chas (Stiller, family financial advisor and friend Henry Sherman (Glover), Margot (Paltrow), and wife Etheline (Huston).
Royal Tenenbaum (Gene Hackman, right), feigns an illness in order to move back in with his family.
At least one Tenenbaum family member is amused by the premiere performance of Margot Tenenbaum's latest play.
Royal Tenenbaum (Hackman, right) takes his grandchildren, Uzi (Meyerson, left) and Ari (Rosenmeyer, center background), for a day outside of the watchful eye of their overprotective father.
Margot (Gwyneth Paltrow, left) talks things over with her brother, Richie (Luke Wilson, right), and his falcon Mordecai.
Left to Right: Luke Wilson, Gwyneth Paltrow, Gene Hackman, Ben Stiller, Grant Rosenmeyer (foreground, left) , Jonah Meyerson (foreground, right, Anjelica Huston, Danny Glover and Kumar Pallana.
Wes Anderson (center), the director of "Rushmore" and "Bottle Rocket," takes charge on the set of his latest dramatic comedy, "The Royal Tenenbaums."
Etheline Tenenbaum (Anjelica Huston, right) is amazed when longtime family friend and advisor Henry Sherman (Danny Glover, left), proposes a new financial arrangement marriage.
Royal Tenenbaum (Gene Hackman, pictured), informs his family that he's leaving the family home in Touchstone Pictures' dramatic comedy, "The Royal Tenenbaums."
Royal (Hackman, right) returns to his family home, telling his children Richie (Wilson, left), Margot (Paltrow, 2nd from left), and Chas (Stiller, standing center) some important news.
Eli Cash (Owen Wilson, pictured), Tenenbaum wannabe and author of the best selling novel Old Custer, tries on some new duds.
Gene Hackman (center) teaches his grandchildren, Ari (Grant Rosenmeyer, left) and Uzi (Jonah Meyerson, right) how to take risks by hitching a ride on a garbage truck.
The Tenenbaum house, on location in New York City.
Wes Anderson (center), the director of "Rushmore" and "Bottlerocket," takes charge on the set of his latest dramatic comedy, "The Royal Tenenbaums."
Concerned about his wife's behavior, Margot's husband, eminent psychologist Raleigh St. Clair (Bill Murray, center), flanked by his patient Dudley (Stephen Lea Sheppard, left), visit a detective.
Poster art for "The Royal Tenenbaums."
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