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He’s never been one for convention , and Joaquin Phoenix maintained his non-traditional approach to life in his acceptance speech statement for the London Critics’ Choice Awards.
After he was named Best Actor, the “Walk the Line” hunk shared that he thought Daniel Day-Lewis was probably a better choice.
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The media has never been shy when it comes to poking fun at The Church of Scientology, and the new flick “The Master” takes the scrutiny to a new level.
Bringing their movie up the cold white north, the stars of "The Master" arrived at the Toronto International Film Festival on Friday (September 7).
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Joining in on the all-star festivities, the cast of "The Master" was on hand at the Palazzo del Cinema in Venice, Italy for their anticipated premiere on Saturday (September 1).
Bringing beauty to the red carpet, Madisen Beaty look lovely in a peach gown while she posed with her male counterparts Joaquin Phoenix and Philip Seymour Hoffman.
During the 69th Annual Venice International Film Festival, the cast and crew of "The Master" held a photocall at Palazzo del Casino today (Sept. 1).
Appearing in his first major film since the bizarre 2010 documentary, "I'm Still Here," Joaquin Phoenix cleaned up well in a navy blue dress shirt, tie, and brown slacks.
It boasts quite the impressive cast, and “The Master” has just released a final theatrical trailer for all to see.
The Paul Thomas Anderson film, produced by the Weinstein Company, is set in America in the years following World War II.
Boasting great dialogue and a killer cast, “The Master” has just released a brand new teaser trailer for all to see.
It’s always a treat when great cinematic minds come together for a project, and “The Master” has just released a brilliant new teaser trailer.
The Paul Thomas Anderson flick, slated for an October 12th release looks to be a challenging flick, marked by strong acting, directing and stark aesthetic.