If the internet is good for anything, it's conjuring up Radiohead rumors. A new album may or may not come out in June, Paul Thomas Anderson may or may not have shot a music video with the band...etc. Between the new company they started and the massive tour they're embarking ... More »
Once word trickled out that Paul Thomas Anderson had reportedly made a new video for Radiohead, it seemed like only a matter of time before the long-buzzed new album was given a release date. Sure enough, on Thursday, Radiohead’s manager Brian Message confirmed the new album will come out in June. Show More Summary
Radiohead dropped an announcement about their world tour recently, and they have kept fans guessing on when their new album will be released. Now word has slipped out that the British band teamed up with film director Paul Thomas Anderson for an upcoming music video. Show More Summary
By all accounts, Radiohead seem to be well underway in their work on their ninth studio album (eighth if you don’t count Pablo Honey, which nobody does). A while back, I posted about how they created an LLC for their next album. Unfortunately,...Show More Summary
Did Paul Thomas Anderson direct a music video for an upcoming Radiohead single in the home of comedian Stefanie Wilder-Taylor, who talked about the experience on her podcast and then was forced to delete the episode after pressure from the shadowy figures who run Big Indie Rock? Maybe! Like we said,... More »
We don’t know much about Radiohead’s next release, but we now know this: Paul Thomas Anderson has made a video for it. According to author-comedian Stefanie Wilder-Taylor, the Boogie Nights and There Will Be Blood filmmaker shot portions of it in her Los Angeles home. Show More Summary
Beloved rascal Paul Thomas Anderson, whose recent escapades have included filming a documentary in secret and singing on to write a live-action Pinocchio movie for Robert Downey, Jr., has reportedly been foiled in his latest shenanigan, He would have gotten away with it, too, if it weren’t for those pesky rebranded mommy bloggers and their podcasts. Show More Summary
Multiple report this weekend are citing a now-deleted episode of the For Crying Out Loud podcast in which host, author and comedian Stefanie Wilder-Taylor tells a story of how Paul Thomas Anderson, acclaimed director of Boogie Nights, There Will Be Blood, The Master, and several other... Continue reading
Because there may be a new Radiohead video coming, check out today's end-of-day links: billionaire leaves NJ, feminist sororities, Phil Jackson rumors, Conan goes to North Korea, Trump supporters, White House fighting Zika, and goats having fun. Show More Summary
1. "What I Learned Working on 'There Will Be Blood'": Filmmaker Michael Tyburski recounts his memories of serving as a PA on Paul Thomas Anderson's 2007 masterpiece at The Talkhouse. “My tasks on ‘There Will Be Blood’ ran the gamut, but I embraced even the most menial of them with the same wide-eyed enthusiasm I had when I rolled into town. Show More Summary
If round numbers aren’t your thing and you’ve been looking for a way to commemorate this year’s 14th anniversary of Paul Thomas Anderson’s 2002 romantic-dramedy Punch-Drunk Love, you’re in luck: On Saturday night, March 19, the film’s composer, multi-instrumentalist producer Jon Brion comes to BAM’s Howard Gilman Opera House for a... More »
The live-scored screening of Paul Thomas Anderson's 2002 film will feature Norah Jones on guest vocals. Continue reading…
Jon Brion has done a lot of things in his career, but one of his crowning achievements is probably his sprightly, dazzlingly happy score for the 2002 Paul Thomas Anderson movie Punch-Drunk Love. And on Saturday night, at the Ace Hotel in Los Angeles, Brion and the Wordless Music Orchestra performed a live score for […]
Photo by Robin Little/Redferns On Saturday night, Los Angeles' Ace Hotel held a screening of Paul Thomas Anderson's 2002 film Punch-Drunk Love. The screening featured a live score from Jon Brion, who helmed the movie's score and soundtrack, and the Wordless Music Orchestra. Show More Summary
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The Tracking-Board revealed that Oscar-winning director Ron Howard has signed on to direct Robert Downey Jr. in Warner Bros Pictures PINOCCHIO. Howard replaces director Paul Thomas Anderson after he dropped out in November. Howard will produce PINOCCHIO with Brian Grazer through their Imagine Entertainment banner. Show More Summary
After losing Paul Thomas Anderson from the director's chair, the Robert Downey Jr. starring remake of Pinocchio looked like it was in deep trouble. But here we are, a few short months later and a brand new director has found their way to the helm of the classic children's tale. Show More Summary
The "In the Heart of the Sea" director will replace Paul Thomas Anderson, who left the project last fall.
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We don’t tend to think of Joel Coen and Ethan Coen as quintessential Los Angeles filmmakers in the same way we might directors like Paul Thomas Anderson or John Singleton, who are well known for making films that speak to their upbringings in the city. The Coen brothers grew up...