Daniel Day-Lewis Is Reteaming with Paul Thomas Anderson for 1950s Set Film
Daniel Day-Lewis and director Paul Thomas Anderson are looking to collaborate on a new film project together. Back in 2007 they made the incredible film There Will Be Blood, and I'm so excited to hear that these two talented individuals will be coming together to create a new film.
There aren't many details on the plot, but Variety says that the movie is set in 1950s New York and will revolve around the world of fashion. It may not sound very interesting, but with these two talents involved with the project, it's hard to believe that it will turn out to be anything less than great.
The last film that Day-Lewis starred in was Steven Spielberg's Lincoln, and that was back in 2012. He won his third Academy Award for that film. I've been curious to see what his next project would be, and it looks like this could be it. He's currently in talks to join the project, but inside sources say that he's been loosely attached to it for "some time."
Anderson is still developing the script, and he's also meeting with young actresses who are of Eastern European descent to be cast in some of the supporting roles. I'm looking forward to learning more about this project and seeing what comes of it.