Blend up a fresh batch of torpedo-tube hooch! We're finally getting a few glimpses of P.T. Anderson's long-awaited sixth feature film, his first since
2009's 2007's There Will Be Blood. And despite being officially untitled as recently as November, it looks like this one's going to be called The Master after all.
You probably already know that the movie's about the rise of a charismatic religious leader (played by Anderson regular Philip Seymour Hoffman) as seen through the eyes of a troubled young man (Joaquin Phoenix, who replaced Jeremy Renner when financier Megan Ellison rescued the film from turnaround last year) who falls into his orbit. You probably also know that Hoffman absolutely does not in any way, shape, or form play a fictionalized version of L. Ron Hubbard, and that the religion isn't anything like Scientology, no sir. (Yes, we're being glib.)