• R, 2 hr. 38 min.
  • Drama
  • Directed By:
    Paul Thomas Anderson
    In Theaters:
    Dec 26, 2007 Wide
    On DVD:
    Apr 8, 2008
  • Paramount Vantage

Latest News on There Will Be Blood

September 10, 2013

Digital Multiplex: World War Z, Carrie, and More Opens in new window

This week in streaming video, we've got an action-packed zombie flick, a silent film from Spain, and a timely documentary available as brand new releases. Then, Netflix has rolled out a few choice films, including a Brian DePalma horror classic, a blockbuster crowd-pleaser, a dark drama from Darren Aronofsky, and acclaimed films from P.T. Anderson and Francis Ford Coppola. Read on to find out what's available to watch right now. More...

September 21, 2012

My Week With PT Anderson, Day Five: There Will Be Blood Opens in new window

With his fourth film, Punch-Drunk Love, P.T. Anderson took a step back from the large ensemble casts, grand statements, and inflated running times of Magnolia and Boogie Nights -- but that didn't mean he was content to keep serving up 90-minute love stories, as he'd emphatically prove with his next outing, 2007's There Will Be Blood. Vast and dark, Blood begins in near-total silence -- in fact, for the first 20 minutes, there isn't any dialogue at all, just shots of an impressively hirsute prospector whacking away at a mountain in search of minerals. That prospector, we soon learn, is Daniel Plainview (Daniel Day-Lewis), and he's a bootstrapper's dream. More...

May 9, 2011

Joaquin Phoenix Joins Paul Thomas Anderson's Next Opens in new window

Paul Thomas Anderson's untitled religious drama (now reportedly with 100 percent less Scientology overtones) is back on track at The Weinstein Company, with Joaquin Phoenix on board to star. More...

February 11, 2011

Financing Close for Paul Thomas Anderson Projects Opens in new window

According to Vulture, Paul Thomas Anderson is close to securing financing for a pair of projects: his dormant Scientology film, and his adaptation of Thomas Pynchon's "Inherent Vice." More...

December 2, 2010

Paul Thomas Anderson Considers Pynchon's Inherent Vice Opens in new window

What's next for Paul Thomas Anderson? It could be an adaptation of Thomas Pynchon's "Inherent Vice." More...

September 21, 2010

Paul Thomas Anderson's Next Film "Postponed Indefinitely" Opens in new window

Paul Thomas Anderson's next project, tentatively titled "The Master," appears to have stalled, according to potential stars Jeremy Renner and Philip Seymour Hoffman. More...

October 3, 2008

Further Reading: Marion Cotillard and Forest Whittaker in Abel Ferrara's Mary Opens in new window

As the NFT in London prepares a Juliette Binoche season, Kim looks at Abel Ferrara's Mary which also stars Marion Cotillard and Forest Whittaker. More...

April 7, 2008

RT on DVD: There Will Be Blood Drinks Lions for Lambs, Dewey Cox's Milkshakes Opens in new window

P. T. Anderson's Oscar-winning oil opus There Will Be Blood hits shelves this week, so if you missed Daniel Day-Lewis' astounding turn as the prospector with a heart as black as crude in theaters, now's the time to play catch up. Also new to DVD are the musical spoof Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, Leonardo di Caprio's environmental doc The 11th Hour, the parking lot thriller P2, and more. More...

February 27, 2008

Our Favorite Moments From The 80th Academy Awards -- An Oscar Pictorial Opens in new window

We've selected some of our favorite moments from Hollywood's biggest night! Browse our gallery of gowns on the red carpet, winners onstage, and behind-the-scenes glimpses of the 80th Annual Academy Awards. More...

February 20, 2008

Total Recall: And the Oscar Goes To... Opens in new window

Instead of focusing on one hot movie for Total Recall, this week you'll get five. They're a little old now, but I think you'll forgive me -- after all, they're Atonement, Juno, Michael Clayton, No Country for Old Men, and There Will Be Blood. More...

January 29, 2008

No Country for Old Men Takes Top Honors at SAG Awards Opens in new window

Blessed with a waiver by its striking brethren in the Writers Guild, the Screen Actors Guild was able to turn Sunday's SAG Awards ceremony into one of the only "real" awards shows of the year. More...

January 28, 2008

There Will Be Blood, No Country for Old Men Top ASC, DGA Awards Opens in new window

Perhaps the ASC and DGA Awards aren't the flashiest ceremonies of the season, but being honored by one's peers is always a cause for celebration, so let's take a moment to congratulate Robert Elswit and Joel and Ethan Coen, shall we? More...

January 22, 2008

Oscar Nominations Announced! Full List Inside! Opens in new window

Awards heavyweights No Country for Old Men and There Will Be Blood lead the way with eight nominations each, including Best Picture. Other contenders in the category include the Big Sweeping Romance (Atonement), the Annual Beloved Fox Searchlight Indie (Juno), and the Dark Horse (Michael Clayton). More...

January 14, 2008

And the Golden Globes Winners Are... Opens in new window

It was missing the glitz and glitter of previous years, but the 65th annual Golden Globes were held via press conference yesterday, with Atonement, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, No Country for Old Men, and Sweeney Todd leading the crowd at two wins apiece. More...

January 11, 2008

Juno, No Country for Old Men Among Writers Guild Award Nominees Opens in new window

If there's one Hollywood awards ceremony that you'd think would be able to go off without a hitch this year, it'd be the Writers Guild Awards -- but you'd be wrong. More...

January 9, 2008

No Country for Old Men, Juno, There Will Be Blood Lead Critics' Choice Winners Opens in new window

In what seems destined to go down as one of the season's few strike-free awards shows, the Critics' Choice Awards were held on Monday. More...

December 30, 2007

Box Office Guru Wrapup: Cage, Alvin, and Will Still Rule Multiplexes Opens in new window

The final frame of 2007 saw moviegoers rush out and catch up on holdovers as last weekend's biggest hits remained atop the charts. The Disney adventure sequel National Treasure: Book of Secrets held steady at number one for the second straight time grossing an estimated $35.6M. More...

December 25, 2007

Critical Consensus: Water Horse is Refreshing, Debaters is Great, Juno is Certifed Fresh Opens in new window

This week at the movies, we have galactic monsters (Alien vs Predator: Requiem), ol' Nessie (The Water Horse: The Legend of the Deep), big talkers (The Great Debaters, starring Denzel Washington), and preggered pubescents (Juno, starring Ellen Page and Jason Bateman). What do the critics have to say? More...

December 19, 2007

No Country for Old Men, There Will Be Blood Top Critics' Lists in Toronto, San Diego, Austin Opens in new window

The parade of critics' year-end best-of lists continued yesterday, with panels in Toronto, San Diego, and Austin weighing in on their favorite films of 2007. More...

December 17, 2007

Before the Devil Knows You're Dead, Dexter Make AFI's 2007 Best-Of List Opens in new window

If there's one thing the American Film Institute loves, it's a list -- and with the end of 2007 rapidly approaching, you know what that means: It's time to run down the AFI's favorite films and TV shows of the last year. More...

December 14, 2007

Atonement, Control Lead London Film Critics Noms Opens in new window

The London Critics Circle has announced the nominees for its year-end awards, with Anton Corbijn's Control and Joe Wright's Atonement leading the pack at eight nominations apiece. More...

December 13, 2007

Atonement Leads Golden Globe Nominations Opens in new window

The nominations for the 65th annual Golden Globe Awards were announced this morning. Did your favorite films, stars, and songs make the cut? More...

December 12, 2007

Jesse James Wins SF Critics Over; Into the Wild Leads Critics Choice Noms Opens in new window

Just when we thought we'd seen all the year-end kudos we can handle, along come the San Francisco Film Critics Circle Awards -- and the Critics Choice Awards nominations -- to prove us wrong. More...

December 10, 2007

There Will Be Blood, No Country For Old Men Top Critics' Awards Opens in new window

Multiple honorees from four regional critics' circles include the Coen Brothers' No Country for Old Men, P.T. Anderson's There Will Be Blood, Julian Schnabel's The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, Gone, Baby, Gone's Amy Ryan, and more. More...

December 10, 2007

There Will Be Blood Deleted Scene Online! Opens in new window

Even if you're already looking forward to P.T. Anderson's There Will Be Blood, we've got two more reasons to put the opus on your holiday must-see list: a deleted scene and the early praise of top critics! More...

November 5, 2007

There Will Be Blood Sneaks into San Francisco Tonight Opens in new window

One of the year's most highly-anticipated films is screening tonight in San Francisco. Bay Area cinephiles, get thee to the Castro! RT was on the scene earlier today with the very first person in line. More...

October 25, 2007

Scripts Online for Oscar Hopefuls Into the Wild, Kite Runner, and More! Opens in new window

The folks at Paramount Vantage are wearing their Oscar contender hopes on their sleeves, posting the scripts for four of their strongest 2007 films online for public consumption. More...

September 6, 2007

RT Exclusive: Pics From There Will Be Blood Opens in new window

Attention P.T. Anderson fans -- your wait is almost over! After a five year break, P.T. Anderson is back, and this time he's teaming up with the unparalleled Daniel Day-Lewis in There Will Be Blood. And RT is giving you a first look with our two exclusive pictures. Judging from these, it looks like There Will Be Blood will have beautiful cinematography and plenty of interaction between a father and son in pursuit of the American dream. More...

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