Paul Thomas Anderson has wowed the film community again and again and it looks like The Master will not break that trend when it hits theaters on September 21.
The final trailer for the flick (above) that could give both Joaquin Phoenix and Philip Seymour Hoffman Oscar #2 has been released and we think it's the best one yet.
In just over a minute, we can clearly see the tension rising between the master and his pupil and we can't wait to see their relationship explode on the big screen before those credits roll!
The trailers for P.T. Anderson's The Master are almost like short films themselves. Rather than just showing a bunch of quick clips from the entire thing, each seems to give us a preview of a specific moment or theme that the narrative explores.
The newest trailer (above), which was tailor-made for last night's advanced screening at the Music Box Theatre in Chicago, is all about love and how Phillip Seymour Hoffman's character believes it affects his pupils.
It's both mysterious and intriguing, but mainly makes us a little jealous we missed that surprise screening in Santa Monica last week.
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Paul Thomas Anderson's latest drama that has Oscar written all over it, The Master, is hitting theaters this September, so more and more marketing material is being released.
So far we've seen two trailers and a poster, but now a second has been released and it finally features the always wonderful Amy Adams along with her co-stars Joaquin Phoenix and Philip Seymour Hoffman.
People were speculating whether
Film enthusiasts hoping to get a glimpse (or at least a review) of Paul Thomas Anderson's newest drama, The Master, at this summer's Venice Film Festival are majorly disappointed.
While sources reported that the next film from the director of There Will Be Blood will be debuting at the festival, it mysteriously disappeared from the schedule.
There are still plenty of high-profile films for festival attendees to look forward to, but still, pretty much everyone was
We can't friggin' wait to see this!
Technically, there's currently no official link between Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master and The Church of Scientology.
PTA has been asked repeatedly and has declined comment.
Off the record, most everyone recognizes his new film is a not-so-subtely disguised L. Ron Hubbard biopic.
Ch-Ch-Check out Phillip Seymour Hoffman's portrayal of a cult leader/philosopher in the trailer (above), and we think you'll see what we mean.
Regardless, we are PUMPED for more PTA!!
It seems like six decades have passed since There Will Be Blood!
And from the trailer alone we definitely wouldn't be surprised if Joaquin Phoenix was nominated for an Oscar.
We're totes enthused for The Master to visit theaters in late 2012.
Talk about keeping a low-profile!
Leonardo DiCaprio apparently wasn't going to let a little issue like being the twin of Joaquin Phoenix in I'm Not There keep him from getting his pAArty on!
The actor made an appearance last night with a group of friends at Lure nightclub in El Lay, albeit an in cognito one, as he was sporting a full beard and a baseball hat!
Well, seeing as he's currently filming Django Unchained, it makes sense to us that he wouldn't want to have to shave and start the manscaping process all over again!
It takes WORK! LOLz!
But it could also explain why he focused more on his pals than the ladies!
Apparently, Amanda Seyfried was also
We are BEYOND excited for P.T. Anderson’s (There Will Be Blood, Boogie Nights) inquisitive film The Master, starring Joaquin Phoenix, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and the always charming Amy Adams!
The film explores the allure of a charismatic leader and his religious cult (AHEM SCIENTOLOGY).
It’s TOTALLY a subtle dig at religion and why/how people get SO easily enthralled by something/someone that offers peace and relief from the emotionally volatile state of humanity.
Get manipulated by The Master (above)! And remember, life is SUPPOSED to be challenging and difficult, because that’s what makes the meaningful parts so rewardingly satisfying…