The cast for Paul Thomas Anderson's adaptation of Thomas Pynchon's book Inherent Vice, which marks the first comedy of sorts for the director of The Master and There Will be Blood, is starting to fill out around star Joaquin Phoenix....Show More Summary
With financial backing secured, 'The Master' director Paul Thomas Anderson will begin shooting on his 'Inherent Vice' adaptation this May.
Daniel Day Lewis in There Will Be Blood (2007) Over the past 15 years P.T. Anderson has assembled one of the greatest CVs of any modern filmmaker. Movies such as Boogie Nights, Magnolia and, most recently, The Master, have been critically...Show More Summary
Paul Thomas Anderson is getting back to work, according to /film. The director of "The Master," "There Will Be Blood," "Punch Drunk Love" "Magnolia" and "Boogie Nights" is beginning to film his adaptation of Thomas Pynchon's novel "Inherent Vice."
Just months after releasing his last film, The Master, Paul Thomas Anderson is set to get behind the camera once again. His next film Inherent Vice, based on the Thomas Pynchon novel of the same title, will reportedly start filming this month having recently received financing from Warner Bros. Joaquin Phoenix will star in a role [...]
Paul Thomas Anderson has never been known for his speediness. When The Master hit theatres last fall, it was… Read More
One Paul Thomas Anderson fan has created a video discussing how 'There WIll Be Blood', 'The Master' and 'Punch-Drunk Love' form a thematic trilogy about man's spiritual evolution and search for love.
Sub Pop Still from the video In Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master, there's a sequence in which Joaquin Phoenix's Freddie Quell, a WWII veteran-turned-department store photographer, takes a series of family portraits. Aside from the fact...Show More Summary
‘The Master’ leaves you with all kinds of thoughts – about censorship, about the vandalism of art, and especially about acting. Watching The Master at a Chennai theatre, I got the feeling that the director Paul Thomas Anderson would have been thrilled by the way the film was presented – its sexuality was kept largely intact. The [...]
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Paul Thomas Anderson‘s The Master is a dense, intense film that gets better with every viewing. That’s even more obvious now that the Blu-ray has been released. Now, if you so choose, you can replay some of the intense scenes between Joaquin Phoenix, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Amy Adams. You can pause to consider what’s [...]
Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" went through a number of pre-production changes, from its cast (Jeremy Renner was originally tapped to play Freddie Quell; the...
Director Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master arrived in theaters with enough Oscar buzz to rock Nigel Tufnel's amplifier. Audiences mostly rejected the filmmaker's inscrutable story of a lost soul and the Scientology-style mentor who tries to make him whole. Show More Summary
Maya Rudolph and her longtime partner, director Paul Thomas Anderson, are reportedly expecting their fourth child together! The 40-year-old actress and the 42-year-old The Master director are already the parents to Pearl, 7, Lucille, 3, and Jack, 19 months. Maya has informed the writers of her NBC sitcom Up All Night that she is pregnant [...]
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Following the success of The Master, Variety reports that Joaquin Phoenix will be reteaming with Paul Thomas Anderson for the director’s upcoming adaptation of Thomas Pynchon’s revisionist detective novel, Inherent Vice....
Joaquin Phoenix had such a good time being Paul Thomas Anderson’s monkey in The Master that he’s close to signing on to doing it all over again, this time as the star of Anderson’s Inherent Vice. As previously reported, Anderson hasShow More Summary
It’s not every actor that can steal a scene right out from under Philip Seymour Hoffman’s nose, but in The Master, Joaquin Phoenix did just that. No wonder, then, that director Paul Thomas Anderson is eager to reunite with him on his next movie. Phoenix is now in talks to join Anderson’s Thomas Pynchon adaptation [...]
After making a stunning, Oscar nominated, big screen return in The Master, actor Joaquin Phoenix will be working with director Paul Thomas Anderson again with something different for the both of them. Last fall we learned that Anderson...Show More Summary
Joaquin Phoenix is in talks with The Master helmer Paul Thomas Anderson for Inherent Vice, based on the Thomas Pynchon novel. The 2009 book is described as follows: Part noir, part psychedelic romp, all Thomas Pynchon- private eye Doc...Show More Summary