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By Steve Pond
River Phoenix died in 1993 before "Dark Blood" finished filming
As more critics' awards are announced, Kathryn Bigelow's controversial "Zero Dark Thirty" continues to pick up top honors; Daniel Day-Lewis dominates acting category
Joaquin Phoenix says he hates the Academy Awards circus -- but, hey, everybody hates Oscar campaigning. And he's still likely to get an Oscar nomination
Despite a record-breaking debut, "The Master" clearly won't make back its $40M budget and marketing costs for Megan Ellison's Annapurna Pictures at the box office
Paul Thomas Anderson's Scientology-inspired tale "The Master" averages $145,949 for weekend on five screens in NY and LA. With day-and-date VOD, "Arbitrage" take in $2M at box office
"The Master," a film about a religion with a strong whiff of Scientology, is finding supports from the critics
Watching “The Master,” I found myself impressed with the craftsmanship but strangely disengaged
On a day crammed with high-profile premieres, Toronto showcases Ben Affleck's crowd-pleasing "Argo" and Paul Thomas Anderson's tough, weird "The Master"
This dark clip from Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" takes viewers into the shrink's office with Joaquin Phoenix's volatile character, Freddy
Terrence Malick's "To the Wonder" is jeered and praised in Venice, while Joaquin Phoenix angers photographers at the premiere of "The Master"
"It's an awesome, crazy mess of a movie," said one viewer after second surprise screening of Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master"
Scenes from Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" investigate the nature of love in new trailer
Paul Thomas Anderson's latest trailer for "The Master" explores an emerging new religion
Latest footage from Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" shows Oscar-winner aping Scientology guru L. Ron Hubbard
The drama reportedly tells the story of a Scientology-like religion and co-stars Philip Seymour Hoffman
Think the operatic excess of “There Will Be Blood,” the ridiculousness of “Inglourious Basterds" -- think Joaquin Phoenix
Actor appears for the first time after now-infamous -- and fake -- 2009 interview
“The Social Network” is flattering, and Joaquin Phoenix wasn’t trying to fool anybody ... honest
Roger Ebert scores the “I’m Still Here” critics, and Terrence Malick is (in) OK
Drug addled Joaquin was a performance, documentary director says
The Joaquin Phoenix documentary tanked, but his producer and camerawoman got the money and credit they wanted from “I’m Still Here” director
The alleged former actor and wannabe hip-hop star will appear Sept. 22
The ruse would make Andy Kaufman proud, but director Casey Affleck leaves the cameras on too long
Joaquin Phoenix leaves ‘em guessing while George Clooney tries some misdirection
"I'm Still Here" looks at a lost year in the life of the Oscar nominee/aspiring rap artist
Alex Holdridge will direct Fox Searchlight's romantic comedy from a script by Elan Mastai
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation