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Trailer Watch: Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master theatrical trailer

God. Damn.

Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master stars Joaquin Phoenix, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Jesse Plemons, David Warshofsky, and Amy Adams, and it hits theaters on October 12. You can read a bit more about the film and see the two teaser trailers in this earlier Deleted Scenes post.

Trailer Watch: Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master teaser trailer #2 (and #1)

(Sorry about the pre-roll ad. I’ll replace the video with something better when I can find one.)

A second teaser trailer for Boogie Nights and There Will Be Blood director Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master has found its way to the internet, thanks to the Weinstein Co. The film revolves around a “drifter” (Joaquin Phoenix) who falls in with a charismatic intellectual named Lancaster Dodd shortly after World War II as the latter starts a religious organization called “The Cause” and begins to have doubts as it grows in popularity.

The film also stars Jesse Plemons, David Warshofsky, and Amy Adams. It hits theaters on October 12 — a little earlier than I’d expect for an obvious Oscar contender. Perhaps the Weinsteins are skittish about its Oscar chances due to some parallels between The Cause and Scientology?

The first teaser was released last month and is embedded below, after the jump:

Trailer Watch: Yet another trailer for The Muppets

If you didn’t know by now, The Muppets are back this Thanksgiving, and here’s what seems like the seventh trailer for it.

“Wokka wokka” had me howling, though. You’ll see.

Trailer Watch: The Muppets full trailer

After a handful of parody trailers (including a Green Lantern-inspired one from a couple of days ago that I didn’t post here), we finally have a full trailer for the The Muppets. (The first one, anyway.)

Jason Segel (who co-wrote the script) really seems to get the Muppets’ brand of corny humor, and Amy Adams in hyperactive mode is practically a living Muppet herself; I don’t think you could ask for a better duo to help bring them back to the big screen this Thanksgiving.