Paul Thomas Anderson's San Fernando Valley film could shift over to MGM

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I am all the time desirous to see what Paul Thomas Anderson has up his sleeve, and the director has been quietly growing his subsequent characteristic, which is claimed to be a interval film set in San Fernando Valley within the 1970s.

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The final we heard, the venture was trying to discover a dwelling at Focus Functions, the identical studio which distributed his final movie, PHANTOM THREAD, however Deadline has heard that the movie appears to be like to be leaping from Focus Functions to MGM. Whereas neither studio would affirm, it is not clear why the venture is shifting, though Deadline wonders if the manufacturing was shaping as much as be too expensive for Focus. We do not have too many particulars concerning the venture, but it surely’s reportedly set to characteristic intersecting storylines however will focus on a high-school pupil who additionally occurs to be a profitable youngster actor. This would possibly not be the primary time that Paul Thomas Anderson has returned to the San Fernando Valley for a movie, as BOOGIE NIGHTS, MAGNOLIA, and PUNCH DRUNK LOVE all passed off within the area. When the venture was even so destined for Focus Functions, studio chairman Peter Kujawski stated, “There may be merely no different filmmaker like Paul Thomas Anderson. He’s a real authentic who constantly mesmerizes followers with unparalleled imaginative and prescient and storytelling. We’re past thrilled to be teaming up as soon as once more with Paul, JoAnne and Daniel.

Which is your favorite Paul Thomas Anderson movie?



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