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  1. Paul Thomas Anderson - IMDb

    Paul Thomas Anderson, Director: Punch-Drunk Love. Anderson was born in 1970. He was one of the first of the "video store" generation of film-makers. His father was the first man on his block to own a V.C.R., and from a very early age Anderson had an infinite number of titles available to him. While film-makers like Spielberg cut their teeth making 8 mm films, Anderson cut his teeth shooting ...

  2. Paul Thomas Anderson - Wikipedia

    Paul Thomas Anderson (born June 26, 1970) is an American film director, producer and screenwriter. Born in Los Angeles, Anderson developed an interest in filmmaking from a young age.

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  3. Paul Thomas Anderson - Rotten Tomatoes

    Paul Thomas Anderson Celebrity Profile - Check out the latest Paul Thomas Anderson photo gallery, biography, pics, pictures, interviews, news, forums and blogs at Rotten Tomatoes! Skip to Main ...

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  4. Paul Thomas Anderson - Biography - IMDb

    [Recurring names] Paul Thomas Anderson has used Philip Seymour Hoffman in five films and Jon Brion in four films; Philip Baker Hall, John C. Reilly, Melora Walters and Luis Guzmán in three films; Alfred Molina, Julianne Moore, William H. Macy, Ricky Jay, Michael Penn, Mary Lynn Rajskub, 'Kevin J. O'Connor (I)', David Warshofsky, Paul F ...

  5. Paul Thomas Anderson: Masterworks: Nayman, Adam, the Safdie ...

    Paul Thomas Anderson has been described as "one of American film's modern masters" and "the foremost filmmaking talent of his generation." Anderson's films have received 25 Academy Award nominations, and he has worked closely with many of the most accomplished actors of our time, including Lesley Ann Manville, Julianne Moore, Daniel Day-Lewis ...

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  6. Paul Thomas Anderson’s 2020 Return, Going Back to Boogie ...

    Nov 12, 2019 · Paul Thomas Anderson Sets 2020 Return by Going Back to His ‘Boogie Nights’ Roots Anderson's ninth feature film is one of 13 projects that has scored California tax credits for its 2020 production.

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  7. Paul Thomas Anderson and Maya Rudolph: 10 things you didn't ...

    2 days ago · Paul Thomas Anderson has always been a California kid. Anderson grew up in Studio City, a suburb of the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles. He knew, from the time he was a child, that he wanted to ...

  8. Paul Thomas Anderson’s Favorite Films: 35 Movies to See ...
    • “Big Daddy” (1999) By the time Paul Thomas Anderson got to work with Adam Sandler on “Punch-Drunk Love” he was already a massive fan of the comedy superstar.
    • “Bad Day at Black Rock” (1955) Paul Thomas Anderson once famously cited John Sturges’ 1955 thriller “Bad Day at Black Rock” when giving out advice to aspiring young filmmakers, saying, “Work your way up, save your money, and forget film school.
    • “The Bitter Tea of General Yen” (1933) While attending the New York Film Festival in 2014, Paul Thomas Anderson said he had recently watched Frank Capra’s 1933 romance “The Bitter Tea of General Yen” and immediately fell in love with it.
    • “The Big Sleep” (1946) It was Paul Thomas Anderson’s love of meandering detective films like Howard Hawks’ “The Big Sleep” that inspired him to take a stab at adapting Thomas Pynchon’s “Inherent Vice” for the big screen.
  9. Fiona Apple Quit Cocaine After Hangout With Paul Anderson ...

    Mar 16, 2020 · Fiona Apple and Paul Thomas Anderson Shutterstock Fiona Apple is the subject of a new profile in The New Yorker to mark the upcoming release of her new album, “Fetch the Bolt Cutters.”

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  10. The Master (2012 film) - Wikipedia

    The Master is a 2012 American psychological drama film written and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson and starring Joaquin Phoenix, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Amy Adams.It tells the story of Freddie Quell (Phoenix), a World War II navy veteran struggling to adjust to a post-war society, who meets Lancaster Dodd (Hoffman), a leader of a religious movement known as "The Cause".