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    Awkward thread name alert!

    PTA’s new film has officially been titled Phantom Thread. And Focus has launched the film’s web page.
    http://www.focusfeatures.com/phantom-thread/

    First official synopsis:

    Continuing their creative collaboration following 2007’s There Will Be Blood, three-time Academy Award winner Daniel Day-Lewis stars in Phantom Thread from Paul Thomas Anderson. The writer/director will once again explore a distinctive milieu of the 20th century. The new movie is a drama set in the couture world of 1950s London. The story illuminates the life behind the curtain of an uncompromising dressmaker commissioned by royalty and high society.

    Early buzz around two female performances: Lesley Manville (apparently lead) and Vicky Krieps (supporting). PTA is the film’s cinematographer, Mark Bridges is responsible for costume design (which is a major part of the film for obvious reasons) and Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood is once again scoring another PTA film.

    Excitement is high!

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    SN
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    I hope this film doesn’t become another Silence.

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    BenitoDelicias
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    I just posted on the Oscar thread that I didn’t think this film even existed same as The Post and the Eastwood film.

    It’s always fun to run around predicting things that don’t even show a sign of life.

    I guess this is enough of a sign for now.

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    I hope this film doesn’t become another Silence.

    Silence did poorly with Oscar nominations, but as a project it had artistic integrity all the way. The passion Scorsese injected on each scene is priceless. I personally liked Silence better than any of the Best Picture nominees from past year. I’d like Phantom Thread to be a film that stays true to its auteur’s vision rather than become accessible to awards voters. History ends up recognizing films like Silence.

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    GusCruz
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    I just posted on the Oscar thread that I didn’t think this film even existed same as The Post and the Eastwood film.

    It’s always fun to run around predicting things that don’t even show a sign of life.

    I guess this is enough of a sign for now.

    The Eastwood film is starting to look like a 2018 release. It’s so timely and yet they haven’t begun even trying to create any buzz. It doesn’t make a lot of sense even if his films usually get locked and edited pretty quickly.

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    Marco11
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    Paul Thomas Anderson, Daniel Day-Lewis, Jonny Greenwood… we have all the ingredients for a potential masterpiece, or at least a great film.

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    Miles
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    With Wonder Wheel premiering, I took out Juno Temple in my fifth spot and decided to put Lesley Manville in because I think this film will do well and the category is especially weak this year. I think I read that Krieps was lead and Manville was supporting but that they both might go supporting. However, the Focus Features website has Manville billed first. Any info on category placements?

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    GusCruz
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    Any info on category placements?

    What I have heard is: Manville lead and Krieps supporting. If both go supporting it could be risky. But we know nothing about this one, so both our infos might be wrong lol

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    Awkward thread name alert!

    PTA’s new film has officially been titled Phantom Thread. And Focus has launched the film’s web page.
    http://www.focusfeatures.com/phantom-thread/

    First official synopsis:

    Continuing their creative collaboration following 2007’s There Will Be Blood, three-time Academy Award winner Daniel Day-Lewis stars in Phantom Thread from Paul Thomas Anderson. The writer/director will once again explore a distinctive milieu of the 20th century. The new movie is a drama set in the couture world of 1950s London. The story illuminates the life behind the curtain of an uncompromising dressmaker commissioned by royalty and high society.

    Early buzz around two female performances: Lesley Manville (apparently lead) and Vicky Krieps (supporting). PTA is the film’s cinematographer, Mark Bridges is responsible for costume design (which is a major part of the film for obvious reasons) and Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood is once again scoring another PTA film.

    Excitement is high!

    Disgusted he really went with Phantom Thread.

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    Silence did poorly with Oscar nominations, but as a project it had artistic integrity all the way. The passion Scorsese injected on each scene is priceless. I personally liked Silence better than any of the Best Picture nominees from past year. I’d like Phantom Thread to be a film that stays true to its auteur’s vision rather than become accessible to awards voters. History ends up recognizing films like Silence.

    Do you think Silence will become a thing once Marty “leaves”?

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    Honey
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    Meh they’d should’ve just waited to release this next year cuz it’s not like DDL has a commitment to do another film next year and now Focus is going to campaign DDL and Oldman both for lead actor.

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    BenitoDelicias
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    Meh they’d should’ve just waited to release this next year cuz it’s not like DDL has a commitment to do another film next year and now Focus is going to campaign DDL and Oldman both for lead actor.

    Or maybe they’re smart enough to realize that Day Lewis isn’t winning a fourth Oscar and didn’t care enough to wait for next year. And they have the eventual winner anyway so…who cares.

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    Honey
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    Meh they’d should’ve just waited to release this next year cuz it’s not like DDL has a commitment to do another film next year and now Focus is going to campaign DDL and Oldman both for lead actor.

    Or maybe they’re smart enough to realize that Day Lewis isn’t winning a fourth Oscar and didn’t care enough to wait for next year. And they have the eventual winner anyway so…who cares.

    lol that would only be true if phantom thread is actually horrible. If the movie gets better reviews than Darkest Hour, it could easily split the votes between DDL and Oldman not to mention the budget that could’ve went to just focus on Oldman to secure a win.

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    Oldman is a Trump sympathizer.

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