Friday, December 09, 2011

Backstage Photos From ‘The Master' Emerge


It's been quite some time since we've seen anything from 'The Master,' well those of us that aren't Emily Watson anyway. During principal photography it looked like we'd be getting frequent peeks at the goings on of the film as reports of cast and costumed extras were rolling in. But (aside from the fact that filming having wrapped up months ago) there really hasn't been a single leak since Stellar Spa took down the pics back in June. Well today, thanks to BlackBook and set photographer Jack Erling, we have another behind-the-scenes look at the film. Take a look after the jump...

























Maybe it's just the black and white but the images remind us a bit of these. What do you think?

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12 comments:

  1. No it's just you, you fucking moron

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  2. Amazing! How great to see these. So happy to see Paul working with this time period. Love this site, keep it up

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  4. In the background of pic 16, is that the 65mm cam? Or is it impossible to tell?

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  5. This movie wasn't shot in B/W was it? I hope not.

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  6. Funny, I was just thinking how much I wish it had been shot b+w ; )

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  7. I agree, the pics alone speak for how great that would look, and fit the period piece. Not very commercial, but when has PTA ever worried about that, lol.

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  8. Considering who the DP is, it's certainly possible. It may also be one of the reasons Universal backed out.

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  9. the camera in pic 16 is not the 65mm... its a panavision 35mm

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  10. the camera in pic 21 on the left could be a lumiere camera...

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  11. Does anyone know anything about the rights situation with Punch Drunk Love. I'm just thinking that since it has yet to come onto Blu Ray that maybe Criterion is going to put it out around the time The Master comes out. I just can't figure out how the rights work for DVD releases.

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