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Re: Untitled 1950s Fashion World Drama starring Daniel Day-Lewis
« Reply #45 on: February 01, 2017, 09:11:34 PM »
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Leslie Mann is an actress and Judd Apatow's wife. You're thinking Leslie Jones. Not that one. This is all so very confusing.

Sorry, I'm a giant retard.

Perhaps Aimee Mann got caught into the mix of thoughts about past collaborators.


The earliest report said this would be set in New York, another hope dashed! I was so excited to see the NYC sequence in 'The Master' that was entirely cut out of the film. We'll get him one day. The end of that movie wasn't actually shot in the UK, so I've become very curious what PTA's England will look like.
Great to see everything moving along so quickly!

Yeah, that's the really exciting thing. He was kinda becoming known as a chronicler of America's 20th century in a way. So I'm wondering if he just followed the story he was writing or if there was some existing reason for him to try something different. A NYC sequence would be dope though. But there's always a possibility that there might be some scenes set in the US. I loved the department store parts in The Master, the production design was superb. I would love to see little NYC boutiques in a similar style.


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Re: Untitled 1950s Fashion World Drama starring Daniel Day-Lewis
« Reply #46 on: February 02, 2017, 03:49:22 AM »
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Dylan Tichenor is back. That's really big news to me. Leslie Mann* was the editor on PDL, TM and IV-  their vibe and flow is different from his other films.



I wish I could watch his first cut of The Master...I still think they cut too many flash-back scenes but: what do I know?
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Re: Untitled 1950s Fashion World Drama starring Daniel Day-Lewis
« Reply #47 on: February 02, 2017, 04:12:11 AM »
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I wish I could watch his first cut of The Master...I still think they cut too many flash-back scenes but: what do I know?

I thought it was Peter McNulty that did that first cut? This is pretty neat though:

http://filmmakermagazine.com/51979-the-master-writerdirector-paul-thomas-anderson/
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Anderson: It’s pretty tight. We have a nice tight circle of trust. I mean, [editor] Leslie Jones for sure is probably the queen of the cast, her and [producer] JoAnne [Sellars]. But every day Leslie and I just go back and forth about what to do and where things might go. Ultimately the relationship I have with Leslie is pretty, pretty tight and it’s between us. She’s great to work with. [Editor] Dylan [Tichenor] was off doing something else, but he was a part of it, too, checking in and being again a part of what the decisions were. And then, yeah, friends and family.

He also gave some opinions at the writing phase like PSH. That sort of thing is always cool, like Sandler being around during the editing of TWBB, offering advice on cuts.

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Re: Untitled 1950s Fashion World Drama starring Daniel Day-Lewis
« Reply #48 on: February 02, 2017, 06:44:31 AM »
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Now that things are trickling out, this is what I heard the central plot was (though who knows): DDL plays a pretty misogynist fashion designer who meets a young modell, falls in love, and she hooks him onto drugs and they develop some sort of master-slave relationship, with him as the submissive.

Again, who knows, but it sounds like it could be PTA-ish.
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Re: Untitled 1950s Fashion World Drama starring Daniel Day-Lewis
« Reply #49 on: February 02, 2017, 09:03:55 AM »
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Fuck yes.

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Re: Untitled 1950s Fashion World Drama starring Daniel Day-Lewis
« Reply #50 on: February 02, 2017, 09:15:19 AM »
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Now that things are trickling out, this is what I heard the central plot was (though who knows): DDL plays a pretty misogynist fashion designer who meets a young modell, falls in love, and she hooks him onto drugs and they develop some sort of master-slave relationship, with him as the submissive.

Again, who knows, but it sounds like it could be PTA-ish.
Yes please.

Also, earlier when I guessed that he himself would be DP for budget constraints, I was joking about the budget constraint part. .. admittedly, I was also joking about the PTA being his own DP part, but that may have turned out correct, so I'm going to pretend that I was not in fact joking about that.

EDIT: More set pics. Including scarf. Obviously mild *SPOILERS* ahead. http://bit.ly/2kwltCG

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Re: Untitled 1950s Fashion World Drama starring Daniel Day-Lewis
« Reply #51 on: February 02, 2017, 10:25:35 AM »
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EDIT: More set pics. Including scarf. Obviously mild *SPOILERS* ahead. http://bit.ly/2kwltCG

Daniel Day Lewis is hogtied with a high heel in his mouth in one of them.

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Re: Untitled 1950s Fashion World Drama starring Daniel Day-Lewis
« Reply #52 on: February 02, 2017, 10:04:21 PM »
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The fact he's DoP on this one is still pretty crazy but I think the mention of Michael Bauman as lighting cameraman is probably important in this regard. He'll be important in balancing out the workload.

Kubrick did the same with EWS, so maybe he's finally taking the SK road, small crew and a lot of DIY.

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Re: Untitled 1950s Fashion World Drama starring Daniel Day-Lewis
« Reply #53 on: February 02, 2017, 10:35:19 PM »
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I love the little story behind the pictures.

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I had decided to head home, whilst thinking I had missed the filming and they had all left. However I nipped in a local shop for a coffee before leaving and they told me the filming was behind schedule so I hung about a while longer.

As actors and film crew started to turn up, what was noticeable today was the complete contrast in attitude from the film crew from how we had found them to be earlier in the week. Gone was that air of secrecy we had witnessed in Lythe last week.

The film crew were pleasant and smiley, quite happy to chat and even pose for photographs. They said the filming would be in the afternoon and even said I would be allowed on the platform for some photographs.

Whilst photographing the set and actors, The producer himself turned up and was more than happy to have his photograph taken alongside the Locomotive they would be filming on.

Mr Thomas Anderson seemed quite shocked that I actually didn’t know who he was, however he found it quite amusing that the security and film crew had told me his understudy Roger Bartholemew-Ramjet was the actual producer, and that I had been snapping Mr Ramjet all week thinking i had some awesome shots of Oscar winner Mr Thomas.

Many of the film crew were shocked I had managed to locate them in the middle of the National Park. Some crew were laughing and said even they didn’t know the secret location until 2 hours prior. I explained that we are a tight nit Yorkshire Community and not much goes unnoticed in The Esk Valley.

Mr Thomas Anderson said he had really Enjoyed his stay in Yorkshire, and had massively enjoyed Fish And Chips in Whitby, he added that “Yorkshire was indeed The Finest County in the whole of England”.

The Film crew informed me that today was their final day in the area and they would be heading off to Gloucestershire this evening. However, as always Im sceptical about that given the amount of tales they have spun me this passed week. It wouldn’t surprise me in the slightest to see them back in the area again tomorrow morning.
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Re: Untitled 1950s Fashion World Drama starring Daniel Day-Lewis
« Reply #54 on: February 03, 2017, 04:29:37 PM »
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Here´s a clip from the set. (Beware of spoilers)


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Re: Untitled 1950s Fashion World Drama starring Daniel Day-Lewis
« Reply #56 on: March 25, 2017, 06:11:34 PM »
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Are the rumors about this film possibly not being ready for release this year true? It's April next week and there seems to still be quite a lot to film!

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Re: Untitled 1950s Fashion World Drama starring Daniel Day-Lewis
« Reply #57 on: March 25, 2017, 07:43:34 PM »
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My best guess would be NY/LA release in December for awards eligibility and full release in January. Plenty of time for post-production to be done by then.
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Re: Untitled 1950s Fashion World Drama starring Daniel Day-Lewis
« Reply #58 on: March 26, 2017, 10:00:17 AM »
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The current plan (according to someone who would know) is Christmas release.

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Re: Untitled 1950s Fashion World Drama starring Daniel Day-Lewis
« Reply #59 on: March 27, 2017, 10:42:52 AM »
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Yeah, I think it's a contractual thing. Movie is greenlit but you gotta get it out in 2017 so he must've thought he could do it.

Maybe with that confidence and the return of Dylan Tichenor we're in for a tighter film with less mountains of footage to shape in the edit. Interestingly or coincidentally the Leslie Jones edited films are his most out there (and had the hardest time finding an audience). PDL. Master. Vice.
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