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'The Master' Faces Increasing Opposition From Scientologists; Studio Hires Extra Security

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by Britt Hayes September 11, 2012 @ 11:37 AM
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It seems fairly obvious to anyone with a functioning brain that Paul Thomas Anderson's upcoming film 'The Master' is, in part, based on Scientology and its creator, L. Ron Hubbard. Unfortunately for Anderson, Scientologists are unhappy with this portrayal and they're railing against the film.

'The Master' Has a TV Spot

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by Damon Houx August 30, 2012 @ 6:30 PM
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It's not 'The Avengers' level of saturation, but for an arthouse film, it's fair to say that Paul Thomas Anderson's latest film 'The Master' has put out a lot of material. The film opens in limited markets on September 14, and everywhere September 21, and has a number of festival screenings between now and then. And now there's a TV spot.

'The Master' Offers One Last Trailer (We Think)

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by Damon Houx August 27, 2012 @ 8:19 PM
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Paul Thomas Anderson's 'The Master' hits theaters on September 14, where it will become the first horse to show in 2012's Oscar race (though with the five to ten possible best picture nominees, it's possible that 'The Dark Knight Rises' or 'The Avengers' could slip in there), there have been a number of previews and clips that have hit online, and it's looks like we now have the film's last trailer.

'The Master' Screens Early Again, Offers New Clip

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by Damon Houx August 20, 2012 @ 6:10 PM
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September 14 is less than a month away, but it seems that Paul Thomas Anderson's 'The Master' can't keep itself locked up. For the fourth time in the last month, it's screening early (this time in San Francisco), and for the second time as a benefit for The Film Foundation. And with that announcement comes a new clip.

Sample Johnny Greenwood's Score For 'The Master'

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by Jacob Hall August 18, 2012 @ 4:47 AM
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Paul Thomas Anderson's 'There Will Be Blood' is a great film for a more reasons than we can count, but surely near the top (right alongside Daniel Day-Lewis' instantly iconic lead performance) is Johnny Greenwood's score. Unsettling, sparse and unforgettable, its disqualification from the Academy Awards remains one of Oscar's darkest moments. Since you don't fix something that isn't broken, Greenwood came back to score Anderson's 'The Master' and if a recently released sample track is any indication, this partnership has once again bore sinister and incredible fruit.