First Poster For Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master
If you're not perpetually excited for the next Paul Thomas Anderson movie I think something may be wrong with your brain. Since making his mark on Hollywood back in 1997 with Boogie Nights, the filmmaker has continued to amazed us with bolder and more impressive work each time out. We've been waiting a long time for him to make another movie - There Will Be Blood is now five years old - but the wait will soon be over. This fall he will be releasing The Master, a new film starring Philip Seymour Hoffman and Joaquin Phoenix that is said to be about Scientology (or at least inspired by it). We've already seen two breathtaking trailers for the movie and today we have a brand new poster.
Hosted over at HuffPost, the image appears to be a wine bottle that is being submerged. I'm not entirely sure what it means - though Phoenix's character is a drunk - but it's a cool looking design nonetheless. Check it out below and see it in high res over at the source.
Set in the 1950s, The Master follows a man named named Freddie Sutton (Phoenix), a drifter with nothing left to lose in life. That all begins to change, however, when he meets Lancaster Dodd (Hoffman), a war veteran who has created a new faith-based organization and takes Freddie under his wing. The film also stars Amy Adams, Laura Dern and Jesse Plemons. Look for it when it hits theaters on October 12th and for more head over to our Blend Film Database.
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