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MLB Set Up for Wildest Offseason Trade Market in Recent Memory

If the upcoming MLB offseason were a movie directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, it would be titled There Will Be Trades. Don't worry, Daniel Day Lewis isn't coming for your milkshake. But general managers across baseball will be extending their straws, looking to make deals and siphon up talent. Buckle up. Show More Summary

Newswire: Radiohead teams up with The Lobster director for a very short film

Radiohead and arthouse filmmakers go together like chocolate and peanut butter—or pretension and art school, depending on how you look at it. Paul Thomas Anderson directed a video for the single “Daydreaming” earlier this year, and now...Show More Summary

Is Paul Thomas Anderson’s Next Movie About This Famous Fashion Designer?

Last week’s announcement that director Paul Thomas Anderson would be reuniting with Daniel Day-Lewis for his next film had the industry buzzing: Day-Lewis has not made a film since 2012’s Lincoln, and his return to the screen could hardly come under better auspices, since he won an Oscar for his ... More »

Newswire: Paul Thomas Anderson and Daniel Day-Lewis reunite for ’50s fashion movie

Cinephile Christmas has come early as Variety brings the welcome news that Daniel Day-Lewis and his There Will Be Blood director Paul Thomas Anderson may be reuniting for another movie. The film will be set in New York in the ’50s and...Show More Summary

It Looks Like P.T. Anderson and Daniel Day-Lewis Are Reuniting for a New Movie

It’s been almost a decade since Daniel Day-Lewis starred in Paul Thomas Anderson’s There Will Be Blood and a classic actor-director pairing was born. In that time, Day-Lewis has laid low and starred in only two other films, Nine (2009)...Show More Summary

Break Out the Celebratory Milkshakes: Paul Thomas Anderson and Daniel Day-Lewis May Reunite For Another Movie

3 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

Insert flashback music here: I still remember the first time I saw There Will Be Blood. I saw it on a Friday and thought it might be a masterpiece. So I went back and saw it again on Saturday. And yes, it was a masterpiece. It’s oneShow More Summary

Daniel Day-Lewis and Paul Thomas Anderson at it again!

PTA & DDL BFFs with new flick set against the backdrop of the 1950s fashion scene! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Variety has some pretty damn good news for us tonight. Looks like the Dynamic Duo of Daniel Day-Lewis...Show More Summary

Daniel Day-Lewis may come out of deep freeze for Paul Thomas Anderson reunion

LOS ANGELES — There Will Be Threads. Or at least... there might be. And they Will Be Fabulous. SEE ALSO: 'Lincoln' recut as a Kung Fu film is an action-packed farce you'll wish was real Daniel Day-Lewis who, true to his character, has...Show More Summary

Daniel Day Lewis and Paul Thomas Anderson may reunite for new film

The untitled film centers on the New York City fashion industry in the 1950s.

Paul Thomas Anderson and Daniel Day-Lewis Are Reuniting for a Movie About New York's Fashion Industry in the 1950s

Paul Thomas Anderson, whose beguiling music video for Radiohead’s “Daydreaming” is one of the best things pop-culture has produced this year, is reuniting with his There Will Be Blood star Daniel Day-Lewis, according to Variety. Day-Lewis, whose searing turn as the misanthropic, murderous, milkshake-drinking businessman Daniel Plainview in There Will ... More »

5 Movies to Watch Before You See Shane Black’s The Nice Guys

Noir classics, Crime Thrillers, Physical Comedies and a Paul Thomas Anderson to prep for the buddy comedy. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »

Is This Thing On? Cannes Emcee Comic Does Rupert Pupkin-Caliber Job Welcoming Woody Allen With Bizarre Rape Joke

Glitzy Hollywood events have their share of wince-worthy moments. There was the time Paul Thomas Anderson spoke at the Spirit Awards and noted that one of the event’s sponsors should be boycotted because they lost his luggage. ThereShow More Summary

With “Daydreaming,” Radiohead And Paul Thomas Anderson Have Converged At Last

3 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Last Friday, Radiohead followed the surprise release of their “Burn The Witch” video with another surprise: the release of a second song, “Daydreaming,” accompanied by not only the announcement that their new album would suddenly be out Sunday afternoon, but also a hauntingly mesmerizing video directed by Paul Thomas Anderson. (If you have been on […]

In Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘Daydreaming,’ Thom Yorke Walks Through Radiohead’s Past, Searching for His Other Half

Radiohead’s new album A Moon Shaped Pool dropped this past weekend, but as many fans and critics have noted, it’s not exactly new. Several the songs have been performed live for years and/or hinted at on past releases, most notably the heart-crushing “True Love Waits.” As an album, it looks backward as well as forward, making for a reflection on […]

Radiohead's New Video Is Screening In 35mm Before Movies

Radiohead's video for "Daydreaming," directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, is getting the big screen treatment this week. Metrograph, the delightful little indie theater that recently opened on Ludlow Street in Manhattan, will be screening the video in 35mm before all films, all week long. [ more › ]

Watch Paul Thomas Anderson’s New Radiohead Music Video Online or in 35mm at Select Theaters

3 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

Just before the weekend, Radiohead debuted a new music video along with news that their new album would arrive on May 8th (which means it’s available now). What was cool about the video was that it was directed by none other than Boogie...Show More Summary

Paul Thomas Anderson's Radiohead Music Video is Playing on 35mm in Select Theaters

If you're thirsting for that sweet new Radiohead album later today, this will only make you thirstier: certain movie theater across the country are showing 35mm screenings of the Paul Thomas Anderson-directed video for "Daydreaming," including New York's Metrograph (which is showing the movie before all their 35mm feature screenings ... More »

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