When a film has already hit theaters, much less been on screens for a full two weeks, it’s usually out of the internet’s mind, but when it comes to Paul Thomas Anderson, nothing is usual. The Master took an abnormal path in its marketing, releasing little trailers up to release and for anyone that has seen the film (if you haven’t, you must have a vital excuse), knows most of the footage wasn’t even in the film.
Now, as a thank you, the filmmakers have released one final teaser that runs a lengthy four-and-half-minutes and includes a batch of unseen footage, including portions of completely new scenes and others that are from the film, but extended. Check it out below, thanks to a hat tip from Cigs & Red Vines. And make sure to listen to our podcast discussion regarding the film, as well as our full review.
The Master is in theaters everywhere.
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