Daniel Day-Lewis gives me the stink eye

There will be blood

I love it. Day-Lewis looks creepy as hell in the trailers for Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘There will be blood’ and he seem to be able to do the same in poster form too. Well either creepy, or like he just let go of a fart, tried to hide it, but it was obvious to everyone else in the room that it was him.. but in some circles they call that acting fuckfaces.

I’m still annoyed that both ‘There will be blood’ and ‘No Country for Old Men’ aren’t playing at the London Film Festival (currently going on) although it’s rumoured that the surprise film might be PTA’s film, that always get sold out to smug BFI memebers before any of the public can get a look-in. nice.

Poster via Impawards

3 Responses

  1. Nice poster. I know what you mean about the BFI priority booking system, they buy up tickets for everything! Apart from LFF priority booking it doesn’t seem you get a great deal for thirty pounds a year or so, I guess you’re supposed to feel satisfied that you’re contributing to the national cinema archives or something…
    I reckon There Will be Blood will premiere at Berlin, or is out in the US before that? I think PTA picked up the Golden Bear there in the past so it would seem a good place to launch the long-awaited return.

  2. I don’t think it will be PTA as wouldn’t that mean a surprise world premiere? Out of the two I reckon Cohen Brothers is more likely. hmmmmmmmm

  3. BFI Member priority booking? For a festival supported by public grant money (main funding sponsors: Mayor of London, Film London (lottery), London Development Agency)? Don’t get me started.
    They should go back to giving BFI Members some real benefits like they used to, instead of scrapping all their non-core activities and giving privileges for an event they’re not even funding.
    We need to rise up and reclaim our rights, brothers.