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    Watch: Joaquin Phoenix Looks for His Ship in New Clip From 'The Master' (VIDEO)

    With Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" screening tonight at the Castro Theater in San Francisco (tickets can be purchased HERE), The Weinstein Company has released another scene from the film to whet your appetite for the sure-to-be Oscar contender.

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    "I Lost My Ship": Watch Another New Clip From Paul Thomas Anderson's 'The Master'

    After screenings in Santa Monica, Chicago and New York City, now it's San Francisco's turn to experience Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master." And with it comes yet another clip from the film.

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    Sneak Screenings & More Early Reviews for PT Anderson's 'The Master' in 70mm; Seven Cities Confirmed for Optimal Projection UPDATED

    Make that two more sneak screenings for Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master." The film, which releases September 14, sprung up in New York on August 18 for two screenings, the first at the Film Forum and the second at the Museum of the Moving Image...

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    Unused Scenes From 'There Will Be Blood' Reworked For 'The Master' & More From Paul Thomas Anderson About The Film

    While for most prestigious movies, audiences have to wait until after their high-falutin' red carpet festival premieres before they can see it for themselves, with "The Master," Paul Thomas Anderson is changing the game. The film had its first surprise public screening Santa Monica at ...

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    Review: ‘The Master’ Proves A Brave, Sensual Yet Detached Triumph For Paul Thomas Anderson

    Even amongst its most wrenching scenes of unfettered anger and broken loyalty, a volatile sensuality nonetheless invades every frame of Paul Thomas Anderson’s arresting “The Master.” Populated by characters certain in their sexual and loving instincts yet stubborn in claiming responsibility for them...

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    Watch: Love, Pleasure & Pain In New Clip From Paul Thomas Anderson's 'The Master'

    "It's not the L. Ron Hubbard story," Philip Seymour Hoffman told Entertainment Weekly in last week's issue. "[Scientology] was one of the bigger movements at the time, but there were a lot of movements at that time. There's nothing about how I'm behaving or talking tha...

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    15 New Photos From 'The Master,' Philip Seymour Hoffman Still Insists It's Not About Scientology

    Another new deluge of photos from Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" has arrived. Directed by Anderson and starring Philip Seymour Hoffman, Joaquin Phoenix and Amy Adams, the picture is one of the most anticipated films left in the year. Said to be a riff on L. Ron Hubbard and the nascent beginning...

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    New Images from 'The Master'

    Joaquin Phoenix has posted nine new photos from Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" on Facebook. Phoenix plays a struggling alcoholic who falls under the sway of a spiritual Svengali (Philip Seymour Hoffman). Here's TOH's review of the film, which played in Santa Monica la...

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    Anderson's 'The Master' Showcased in Alamo Drafthouse Amazing Alamoscope 70mm Series

    Alamo Drafthouse announces their new and ongoing programming series "Presented in Amazing Alamoscope: 70mm at the Ritz." Among the titles are Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" (starting September 21)...

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    Posters for PT Anderson's 'The Master' Play with Perception

    Two posters for Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" have recently landed. Both are brilliant. Which is your favorite? If you can't wait until September 14 for more, Beth Hanna reviewed the film at its surprise Aero Theater screening last weekend.

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