Paul Thomas Anderson's 'The Master' follows 'There Will Be Blood'

paul-thomas-anderson-getty-small.jpgDirector Paul Thomas Anderson, known for movies like "Magnolia" and "Boogie Nights," has been rather quiet since 2007, when his film "There Will Be Blood" won two Oscars -- in addition to a ton of other awards.

Now, he's finally giving audiences a sneak peek at his next project, "The Master," starring Philip Seymour Hoffman and Joaquin Phoenix. On Monday, Anderson released a short teaser trailer featuring Phoenix being questioned by a military officer about his mental health, sleep habits, and some violent episodes.

What do you think about Anderson's latest venture -- and, not to mention, Phoenix's first return to the screen since "I'm Still Here," the weird faux-documentary that confused fans and David Letterman.



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