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Watch: Lengthy Final Trailer for 'The Master' Gives You the Clearest Idea of What's In Store (VIDEO)

Photo of Nigel M Smith By Nigel M Smith | Indiewire September 28, 2012 at 10:59AM

With Paul Thomas Anderson's Oscar hopeful "The Master" widening its scope by opening in 68 more theaters today, the final trailer for the Weinstein Company drama has been released. Clocking in at a whopping 4 minutes and thirty seconds, the latest clip features a lot of new footage, offering up the clearest idea of what you're in for should you venture out to see it. READ MORE: Specialty Box Office: 'The Master' Shatters Per-Theater-Average Record; 'Arbitrage' Also Very Strong Anderson's veiled take on Scientology stars Joaquin Phoenix as a disillusioned WWII vet who finds himself under the wing of an enigmatic cult leader (Anderson regular, Philip Seymour Hoffman). Watch the trailer below:
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With Paul Thomas Anderson's Oscar hopeful "The Master" widening its scope by opening in 68 more theaters today, the final trailer for the Weinstein Company drama has been released. Clocking in at a whopping 4 minutes and thirty seconds, the latest clip features a lot of new footage, offering up the clearest idea of what you're in for should you venture out to see it.

READ MORE: Specialty Box Office: 'The Master' Shatters Per-Theater-Average Record; 'Arbitrage' Also Very Strong

Anderson's veiled take on Scientology stars Joaquin Phoenix as a disillusioned WWII vet who finds himself under the wing of an enigmatic cult leader (Anderson regular, Philip Seymour Hoffman).

Watch the trailer below:

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