August 21, 2012
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The Master has released a brand new clip online, and it’s probably the most obscure of the bunch as a desperate Joaquin Phoenix runs down to an abandoned pier claiming, “I lost my ship.”

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August 17, 2012
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August 14, 2012
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I’ve added to our gallery new stills from “The Master”.


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August 7, 2012
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The Weinstein Company has unveiled a new poster for “The Master”. Check it out below.

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August 7, 2012
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The Phillip Seymour Hoffman and Joaquin Phoenix-starring drama has quickly been dubbed a potential Oscar contender after being secretly premiered in Santa Monica.

The surprise and unannounced screening soon drew positive comments among reviewers who were left impressed by Anderson’s preferred format of 70mm. As highlighted by The Playlist, a host of reviewers continuously sang praises to Anderson’s work which marked Joaquin Phoenix’s acting comeback.

“Possibly the best film watching experience I’ve ever had. #THEMASTER70MM,” tweeted @michaelwhittle. Another reviewer @TotallySketch wrote, “Just saw ‘The Master’. A movie has never made me feel quite like this one did. I can’t describe it or even rate it. I am speechless.”

Andrew P. Alderete, who is “The Social Network” producer Dana Brunetti’s assistant, wrote, “The Master was amazing. Oscars all over this one.” Meanwhile, @DubstepElitist tweeted, “duuuuuude, the master was goooooooooood”

Some other reviewers highly praised Phoenix and Philip Seymour Hoffman’s “excellent” performances in the drama. @prfessorbigsock gushed, “Hoffman is one of the finest actors alive. The Master is (more) proof. #themaster,” while @jessecrall stated, “The Master: B+ hazy, meandering story with beautiful staging and headed by Phoenix’s brilliant, year’s-best performance.”

“THE MASTER is…interesting…I’ll be thinking about it for days #THEMASTER70MM J Phoenix and P S Hoffman are out of this world,” wrote @Super_Matts. Similar review was also offered by @scottEweinberg, who said, “No doubt about it. I’ve yet to see one bad PSH performance but this one may be his best.”

In an email to blogger Jeffrey Wells, someone calling themselves “bobfilm” stated that Phoenix is already an odds-on favorite to win the Best Actor trophy at the 85th annual Academy Awards.

“Phoenix WILL win Best Actor unless Daniel Day-Lewis blows us away with [his] Lincoln performance,” he wrote.

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August 3, 2012
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August 2, 2012
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Joaquin was photographed on Tuesday (31) arriving at the restaurant Chateau Marmont in West Hollywood.


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Thank you to André!

July 29, 2012
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“The Master” has decided to arrive earlier than planned. “The Master” was originally set for an Oct. 12, 2012 limited release. Anderson and The Weinstein Company (the distributor for the independently produced feature) have now changed their strategy and are opening in limited release on Sept. 14 with subsequent expansions the following weeks.

Check out the official poster:

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July 24, 2012
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July 21, 2012
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The first official trailer for THE MASTER, Paul Thomas Anderson’s first film in five years, has been released. THE MASTER stars Joaquin Phoenix, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Amy Adams, and is rumored to delve into the world and history of a Scientology-like organization. The trailer follows the release earlier this year of a couple of film clips released in conjunction with the Cannes Film Festival.

The trailer focuses on Phoenix’s character, a spiritually lost, confused alcoholic who stumbles upon Hoffman, a charismatic writer (reported to be based loosely on Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard) who offers spiritual guidance. (via Yahoo! Movies).

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