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Paul Thomas Anderson‘s “Inherent Vice,” which drew wildly mixed reviews when it premiered at the New York Film Festival, will be a centerpiece gala at the 2014 AFI Fest, the American Film Institute announced on Wednesday. The film will screen on Saturday, Nov.

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Watch: Paul Thomas Anderson Explains Why 35mm Film Should Stay 'Alive'

fb.indiewire.com – "It's playing tonight at Alice Tully Hall," said the director, referring to the theater's 35mm projection of the film at the New York Film Festival. "Luckily, we're able to still keep that alive and going — I started doing at the beginning, so it's the only way I know how to do it," said Anderson who talked about the excitement of projecting on film and "all the nerves that accompany that. 7 weeks 2 days ago via brucelee

Listen: The Full ‘Inherent Vice’ Soundtrack Featuring Radiohead, Neil Young, Can & More Paul Thomas Anderson’s doped-up, stoner mystery noir “Inherent Vice” premiered this weekend at the New York Film Festival (our review). It lead to elation, confusion and more, because it’s a sprawling film with a crazy narrative, but it’s also beautiful, moving and has lots on its mind.

Early Buzz: Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘Inherent Vice’ Around these parts, we’re very excited about Paul Thomas Anderson‘s Inherent Vice. It was #1 on my list of most anticipated films of 2014, and Angie and Russ both put it on their lists too. Anderson’s resume of work speaks for itself and the film being the first adaptation of a Thomas Pynchon novel only ups the ante.

Must Watch: First Trailer for P.T. Anderson's 'Inherent Vice' Lights Up "Doc may not be a do-gooder, but he's done good." Warner Bros has unveiled the first official trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson's latest film Inherent Vice, starring Joaquin Phoenix as private investigator Doc Sportello. The trailer definitely looks, and feels, and sounds like it's straight out of the 70's and oh my does it look fantastic. The outstanding cast includes Reese Witherspoon, Jena Malone, Josh Brolin, Owen Wilson, Benicio Del Toro, Michael K. Williams, Eric Roberts, Maya Rudolph and many others.

Paul Thomas Anderson talks the Zucker Bros-inspired lunacy of 'Inherent Vice' Paul Thomas Anderson is known for his sprawling, somber dramas: "The Master," "There Will Be Blood," and "Magnolia," to name a few. So comedic will the Zucker Bros.-inspired "Inherent Vice" be?http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/in-contention

Paul Thomas Anderson Has Completely Changed the ‘Inherent Vice’ Ending There’s been a lot of back and forth over whether David Fincher changed Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl ending, but maybe all this time we should have been fretting over a different auteur-driven literary adaptation. Paul Thomas Anderson has reportedly written an entirely new conclusion for Inherent Vice, based on Thomas Pynchon‘s novel. Not that Pynchon seems all that upset about it. Indeed, the famously reclusive author even agreed to a cameo in the movie — though he’s so private it’s quite possible no one will even recognize him anyway.

Reese Witherspoon Shows Hair-Raising 70s Style in First ‘Inherent Vice’ Image (Photo) Little is known about and even less has been seen from Paul Thomas Anderson‘s upcoming movie, “Inherent Vice.” The first glimpse of the film that reunites Reese Witherspoon and “Walk the Line” co-star Joaquin Phoenix gives a preview of the normally modern actress donning an authentic 70s style, in a preview photo released by the Los Angeles Times on Wednesday. Witherspoon plays Deputy D.A. Penny Kimball, whose hair is a dead giveaway for when this movie takes place.

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New Look: Reese Witherspoon And Joaquin Phoenix In Paul Thomas Anderson's 'Inherent Vice'

fb.indiewire.com – "Where's the trailer!?" a certain segment of impatient Paul Thomas Anderson fans are crying out on social media. These exclamations are usually followed by jabs at Warner Bros. marketing department claiming they have no idea what they are doing. But in fact, the opposite is true. Warner Bros. knows exactly what they're doing.

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We're right in the heart of film festival season, but for many, the most anticipated film of 2014 isn't at Venice, Telluride or Toronto: it's Paul Thomas Anderson's adaptation of Thomas Pynchon's "Inherent Vice," which will premiere as the centerpiece gala of this year's New York Film Festival exactly a month from today.

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