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There Will Be Blood

  1. Did Daniel Day-Lewis Really Freak Out His Co-star on There Will Be Blood?The actor was supposedly so devoted to his Method that the original Eli Sunday quit the film. Here’s what really happened.
  2. movies
    Daniel Day-Lewis Is Retiring From ActingHe’s won three Oscars for Best Actor.
  3. movie scores
    Will The Master’s Score Be Oscar-Snubbed?The score contains some previously published compositions, just like Jonny Greenwood’s Oscar-disqualified There Will Be Blood work.
  4. vulture video
    Watch The Newsroom’s Characters React to Other Movie Freak-outsStarring Maggie’s wide-eyed stare and Don’s OMG face.
  5. mashups
    Watch There Will Be Blood, As Inspired by 2001: A Space OdysseyPTA meets 2001.
  6. the master
    See Behind the Scenes of the Making of Paul Thomas Anderson’s The MasterJoaquin Phoenix, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Amy Adams star in the director’s fifties period piece about a cult leader.
  7. There Will Be Blood
    Brad Farmerie’s Bloodlust Cannot Be SatedThe chef likes his steak bloody, and then also without the steak.
  8. there will be blood
    Republicans Take Popular Stand: Protecting Oil SubsidiesThe bill fails, but it was unconstitutional anyway.
  9. there will be blood
    Giant Oil Company Says Not Giving Subsidies to Giant Oil Companies Is ‘Un-American’Weird, our version of the Constitution is missing the part about the right to subsidies.
  10. clickables
    Watch a Nifty Eye-Tracking Video of There Will Be BloodIt might make you dizzy.
  11. there will be blood
    American Psycho Playwright Promises Loads of Onstage Murders“There are murders, and they are on stage in full view of the audience.”
  12. clickables
    See the Video-Game Version of There Will Be BloodIt’s like if that dude from ‘Jungle Hunt’ were more violent and lived on the frontier.
  13. tv
    See There Will Be Bell, a Timely Video Mash-UpAnother life lesson from ‘Saved by the Bell.’
  14. gossipmonger
    Adam Duritz Probably Should Have Married Jennifer Aniston When He Had the ChanceCounting Crows lead singer Adam Durtiz laments the fact that he’s 43, single, and sits home a lot. Alan Greenspan is worried about the economy, but he can’t be that worried: He celebrated his 82nd birthday the other night with a pricey dinner at Le Perigord. Jimmy Kimmel says he bought his ex-wife an engagement ring from Costco. Bill Clinton says his favorite movie of the year was Michael Clayton, but that he hasn’t seen There Will Be Blood. Defense attorney Mickey Sherman says he uses Otter’s “It’s the system’s fault!” speech from Animal House to justify defending shady clients. Tina Fey thinks she’s funnier than Jon Stewart.
  15. kudos
    The Oscars: Could Big Box Office Put ‘Juno’ Over the Top?Not as much as you’d think.
  16. kudos
    Oscar Predictions: The Major CategoriesHow to win your Oscar pool? Pick the chalk.
  17. kudos
    Which of This Year’s Best Picture Nominees Are Secretly About Iraq?Variety says Iraq-themed movies didn’t get nominated. Vulture disagrees!
  18. kudos
    The Oscars: The Best Director Nominees Square OffWho will win? Also, who will lose?
  19. kudos
    The Oscars: The Best Actor and Actress Nominees, DecodedWill Daniel Day-Lewis drink everyone’s milkshakes?
  20. kudos
    Jonny Greenwood Denied an Oscar Nomination for Some Stupid ReasonIf you’re a Radiohead fan that typically likes to see the most deserving person win in his or her respective Oscar category, then you were probably doubly disappointed by this morning’s nominations.
  21. tube junkie
    Milkshake Watch: Finally, ‘I Drink Your Milkshake!’ Gets a Mash-up2008’s fastest-growing catchphrase “I drink your milkshake!” marches ever onward toward “Show me the money!”–level ubiquity.
  22. kudos
    Producers Guild Noms ‘No Country,’ ‘Juno,’ ‘Diving Bell’; Snubs ‘Atonement,’ ‘Sweeney’Cripes, awards predicting is for morons.
  23. kudos
    Oscar Futures: Can Julian Get a Schnomination for ‘Diving Bell’?Also: Into the Wild rises again.
  24. kudos
    Oscar Futures: Can Julian Get a Schnomination for ‘Diving Bell’?Also: Into the Wild rises again.
  25. kudos
    Did ‘Juno’ and ‘No Country’ Just Accidentally Win the WGA Awards?A list of nominees on the WGA’s Website might give away the winners.
  26. kudos
    Coens, Schnabel, Anderson Get Directors Guild Nods; ‘Atonement’ SnubbedDoes this mean it’s all over for Atonement?
  27. the take
    ‘I DRINK YOUR MILKSHAKE!’: A Guide to Proper UsagePlease don’t turn There Will Be Blood’s volcanic phrase into another SportsCenter joke.
  28. kudos
    National Society of Film Critics Honor ‘There Will Be Blood’; Oscar Chances DoomedComparing the NSFC’s list of past winners to the Academy’s makes a pretty decent counter-history of great film.
  29. kudos
    Oscar Futures: ‘Juno’ Is This Year’s Little Movie That CouldPlus: The rise of P.T. Anderson.
  30. kudos
    Oscar Futures: ‘Juno’ Is This Year’s Little Movie That CouldPlus: The rise of P.T. Anderson.
  31. kudos
    Oscar Futures: Does ‘Into the Wild’ Have a Shot?A handful of Screen Actors Guild Award nominations make Sean Penn’s film a player again.
  32. kudos
    Oscar Futures: Does ‘Into the Wild’ Have a Shot?A handful of Screen Actors Guild Award nominations make Sean Penn’s film a player again.
  33. news reel
    ‘There Will Be Blood’: Paul Dano Still Has the BruisesThink of the intensity of the scream he gave in Little Miss Sunshine but amplified by twenty and sustained for nearly three hours.
  34. news reel
    Daniel Day-Lewis Plays Coy About His ‘There Will Be Blood’ CharacterIs this bleak, Über-masculine character study of a turn-of-the-century oil tycoon too much for even the indie-art crowd to stomach?
  35. backlash
    Has the ‘There Will Be Blood’ Backlash Begun Already?PTA + DDL @ 92Y!
  36. ranters and ravers
    Film Critics Aren’t Snooty Enough, Says Scott FoundasTake that, unsuitably elitist New York film critics!
  37. kudos
    ‘There Will Be Blood’ Wins L.A. Film Critics; Which New York Wave Director Will Sweep the NYFCA?The Coens or Julian Schnabel?
  38. kudos
    Oscar Futures: Could ‘No Country for Old Men’ Mean No Oscars for Other Movies?Who’s up? Who’s down?
  39. kudos
    Oscar Futures: Could ‘No Country for Old Men’ Mean No Oscars for Other Movies?Who’s up? Who’s down?
  40. beef
    Hollywood vs. ChristmasFor years, Fox News anchors have been yammering about the secular-progressive “War on Christmas,” and it’s always pretty much been a joke — but this year secular progressives may actually have a chance.
  41. kudos
    Oscar Futures: ‘American Gangster’ Ready to Play Like GangbustersWho’s up? Who’s down?
  42. kudos
    Oscar Futures: ‘American Gangster’ Ready to Play Like GangbustersWho’s up? Who’s down?
  43. countdown
    Early Reviews Say ‘There Will Be Blood’ Is a Masterpiece That No One Will LikeIt’s one of the year’s best! If you can make it to the end without slashing your wrists, that is.
  44. apropos of nothing
    Paul Thomas Anderson’s Screenplay for ‘There Will Be Blood’ Leaked Online By Paramount!It’s true!