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Phantom Thread (2017) Poster

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This will be Daniel Day-Lewis's last movie. He announced that he will be retiring from acting on June 20, 2017
This will be the first time that Paul Thomas Anderson will serve as his own cinematographer.
Fourth collaboration between Director Paul Thomas Anderson and Film Composer Jonny Greenwood.
First narrative film by Paul Thomas Anderson to be primarily set outside of his native California.
Paul Thomas Anderson directed and shot the movie, he served as both the films Director and Cinematographer
This will be Daniel Day-Lewis's first film since Lincoln (2012). In addition, it will be the second collaboration between Paul Thomas Anderson & Daniel Day-Lewis with the first being the highly acclaimed There Will Be Blood (2007), which gained Day-Lewis his second Academy Award for Best Lead Actor and Anderson nominations for Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Picture.
The name Phantom Threads has been seen on several vans while filming some scenes on location, thus suggesting this could be the title of a film.
Paul Thomas Anderson's second film to explore the 1950s after The Master (2012).
Paul Thomas Anderson's fourth consecutive period film (his fifth in total) since There Will Be Blood (2007).
Fifth collaboration between actors Daniel Day-Lewis and Richard Graham. They had previously worked together on The Bounty (1984), My Beautiful Laundrette (1985), In the Name of the Father (1993), and Gangs of New York (2002).
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Parts of this film were shot on location in the villages of Lythe and Staithes near Whitby on the east coast of England during January and February 2017.
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At 35M $ this is PT Anderson's second highest budgeted movie after 1999 Magnolia at 37M $
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Daniel Day-Lewis and Paul Thomas Anderson's second film together.
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