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New Directors/New Gigs: Paul Thomas Anderson is working on a live-action Pinocchio movie. Peter Berg will direct Mark Wahlberg again for Mile 22.
Franchise Fever: Top Gun 2 will be about drones. Tom Cruise once fired his Mission: Impossible insurance company. The next Spider-Man will be like a John Hughes movie. Guardians of the Galaxy 2 and Star Trek 3 revealed official titles. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice revealed more images. Deadpool also shared another… Continue reading Best of the Week: Paul Thomas Anderson Takes On a Fairy Tale, Exclusive 'Sicario' Loteria Cards and More
In predictably unpredictable fashion, season 2 of Please Like Me wrapped with drunken skinny dipping, a disastrous balloon ride, and Josh (Josh Thomas) once again falling asleep with a mentally unstable loved one.
As for his same-named hero’s sleeping arrangements, Thomas laughed as he told EW, “I don’t think that’ll happen next year. I don’t think we want to get into a situation where, at the end of… Continue reading Josh Thomas answers 10 burning questions from the ‘Please Like Me’ season 2 finale
We’re entering the final week of the New York Film Festival, and as such, the big centerpiece film has been unveiled: the world premiere of Paul Thomas Anderson’s sprawling comic crime saga “Inherent Vice.” As far as premieres go, this is one of the more hotly anticipated ones — the movie doesn’t open until December and besides a handful of stills and a… Continue reading 'Inherent Vice' NYFF Review: 10 Things You Should Know About Paul Thomas Anderson's New Movie
Ah, the masters. We love to compare filmmaking’s finest — especially when a younger auteur such as Paul Thomas Anderson enters the picture. The There Will Be Blood director has cited Martin Scorsese as an influence before, and critics have drawn comparisons between their bodies of work. The fellow filmmakers and friends united for a Wolf of Wall Street Q&A in Los Angeles, which we’ve featured… Continue reading Your Favorite Thing Today: Watch Paul Thomas Anderson Interview Martin Scorsese About 'The Wolf of Wall Street'