The final trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master is released this week and is appropriately titled “Last One/Thank You.” It features nearly five minutes of unseen footage and extended scenes that are not in the finished film, and is sure to amp up enthusiasm for the film’s release. We think it could be the film of the year.
Some super-big-hitters in the second part of this week's roundup: Argo, The Master and Django Unchained. They come with some splendid back-up too. And Hansel and Gretel. Perhaps the less said about that, the better...
Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master opens on the 9th November in the UK and, from this sneak peek, it looks like we are in for some obscenity courtesy of Joaquin Phoenix.
The year started slow, with only a handful of great films sneaking in. The Summer proved a disappointment when it should have been the greatest geek even since the Summer of 1982. We are nearing award season, where the smart, adult oriented material starts to reach audiences. This is where 2012 redeems itself.
EW celebrates the exciting slate of titles with an extensive picture previews of films such as Django Unchained, The Hobbit, Looper, The Master, Skyfall, Seven Psychopaths and more!
The marketing surrounding Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master is enigmatic, to say the least.
The Master is coming. To celebrate we have a new clip and a snippet of Jonny Greenwood's imposing new score.
This has to be one of my favourite weeks for new film trailers, with the promise of some brilliant looking movies to be released over the following year. With the exciting teaser for Zack Snyder’s Man Of Steel and a spectacular first trailer for the upcoming adaptation of David Mitchell’s highly acclaimed novel Cloud Atlas, we also have a couple of trailers for some of this year’s Sundance’s favourites including Ry Russo-Young’s moving Nobody Walks and Leslye Headland’s very funny Bachelorette.
After its recent, near-perfect trailer, a stunning new poster has been released for Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master.
The only way there could be a movie a more anticipated than Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master is if they produced a MacGruber sequel in secret. Sadly, that is not the case so let's discuss another potential masterpiece from the There Will Be Blood auteur with the release of 18 new images.
Amidst the madness of 2012's big offerings that come in the form of The Dark Knight Rises, The Hobbit and The Avengers, another ‘The’ has been eagerly anticipated - even if the lead up to its release has been significantly quieter.