Paul Thomas Anderson to Film 1970s High School Movie

Paul Thomas Anderson to film 1970s highschool movie in February 2020

The Hollywood Reporter has launched phrase that Paul Thomas Anderson has found his subsequent enterprise inside the kind of an untitled 1970s highschool movie, which has moreover found a producing start date in February 2020 in California.

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The untitled film, which Anderson is about to place in writing, direct and produce by means of his Ghoulardi Film Company banner, is about to look at a highschool pupil as he struggles to stability his coaching alongside together with his life as a worthwhile child actor. Sources report that casting is at current underway to go looking out the lead and that the enterprise is about to perform an enormous array of roles which is able to add as a lot as an ensemble piece with intersecting storylines.

The eight-time Oscar nominated creator/director will probably be returning to his west coast roots for the movie, having grown up throughout the San Fernando Valley and first attended Santa Monica College sooner than briefly attending Emerson University in Boston, Massachusetts and New York University. The enterprise is about to be one amongst 13 films taking photos in The Golden State.

After his well-received directorial debut Hard Eight, Anderson launched his tales once more to his homeland with 1997’s historic drama surrounding the porn commerce Boogie Nights, 1999’s LA-set epic Magnolia and 2002’s romantic black comedy Punch-Drunk Love starring Adam Sandler in a unusual dramatic perform. The films featured communities all through the San Fernando Valley along with Sherman Oaks, Encino and Tarzana.

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The filmmaker made his debut overseas alongside together with his last film, the 2017 interval drama Phantom Thread. Set throughout the couture commerce in 1950s London and eccentric dressmaker Reynolds Woodcock (Daniel Day Lewis), manufacturing handed off in Lythe, England, United Kingdom. It went on to earn six Oscar nominations and worthwhile one for costume design.

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