Saturday, August 24, 2019

LISTEN: PTA Interviews Quentin Tarantino About "Once Upon a Time Hollywood"



Hello and happy weekend!

PTA sat down with fellow filmmaker and long time buddy Quentin Tarantino following a DGA screening of his newest film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Listen and enjoy!

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Friday, August 02, 2019

WATCH: New Haim Music Video Directed by PTA


Hullo, and happy Friday.

Apologies for our belated posting, but PTA has directed a new music video for Haim and it's embedded above for your viewing pleasure! Birdies have it that the video is making a run on 35mm in select locations as well...

Enjoy!

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C&RV 

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Happy Birthday, PTA!


From the bottom of our hearts here at Cigs & Red Vines, we wish to extend a very happy birthday indeed to Mr. Paul Thomas Anderson today.

Enjoy your 49th, sir! We greatly look forward to Anima and all your future endeavors.

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C&RV 

Thursday, June 20, 2019

PTA to Drop 'One-Reeler' Short Film on Netflix In Support of Thom Yorke Album


A member of Radiohead has a new album out soon, and that means Paul Thomas Anderson has a new short film to back it.

Thom Yorke's latest solo effort, ANIMA, will be available for download on June 27 and PTA's one-reeler 12-minute short film of the same name, featuring music from the album, will debut on Netflix the same day.

What's more, the teaser trailer that was released with today's announcement advertises a limited engagement for the film in select IMAX theatres on June 26, which happens to be PTA's 49th birthday.

Trailer above. Poster below. Enjoy!



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C&RV 

Friday, April 26, 2019

Leonardo DiCaprio Reportedly Turned Down New PTA Project For Guillermo Del Toro


*tap tap* This thing on?

Hullo!

We're baaaaaack, and with some intriguing news. Earlier this week, Variety reported that Leonardo DiCaprio has signed on to star in Guillermo Del Toro's upcoming Nightmare Alley.

Some subsequent reporting by THR's Borys Kit has revealed that, in order to work with Del Toro on the picture, Leo had to turn down a reunion project with his Revenant director Alejandro G. Iñárritu and a mysterious project from the man himself!

The reporting goes no further than that single tidbit, and the Phantom Thread press tour was the first instance in recent memory where PTA openly suggested he was confident in the next movie he'd make, but still, it appears the project may actually be close to taking flight!

More details will be served to you as soon as we have them!

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C&RV 

6/14 UPDATE: Variety now reporting that Bradley Cooper is likely to replace Leonardo DiCaprio in the upcoming Del Toro film -- the story in no way insinuates that Leo will circle back to the PTA project that was previously passed on, but it's still a considerable development.