First Look: Reese Witherspoon with Joaquin Phoenix in 'Inherent Vice'
We're still waiting impatiently for the first trailer showing off Paul Thomas Anderson's latest, anticipated film Inherent Vice starring Joaquin Phoenix, but Warner Bros. Pictures is just slowly rolling out small looks at the film little by little. The film will debut at the New York Film Festival (you can see a little footage in the trailer for the fest itself), but until then, a new image has surfaced giving us our first look at Reese Witherspoon alongside Phoenix in the film. This is bound to be an awards worthy film, so we can't wait to see more soon, but it looks like we'll all just have to be patient a little while longer. Look!
Here's the new image from Paul Thomas Anderson's Inherent Vice from LA Times:
Described as "a Cheech and Chong movie", Inherent Vice is an adaptation of Thomas Pynchon's novel about stoner private eye Doc Sportello in a 1970's "part noir, part psychedelic romp" detective story. In Los Angeles in 1970, drug-fueled detective Doc Sportello investigates the disappearance of a former girlfriend. The cast is led by Joaquin Phoenix, but also includes Josh Brolin and Reese Witherspoon Warner Bros. premieres the Paul Thomas Anderson film at the NY Film Festival beginning later this month and it hits theaters starting December 12th, 2014 this year, before going wide in January. Stay tuned for the trailer.
This could be one of the better movies of the year
Jon Odishaw on Sep 25, 2014
"This is bound to be an awards worthy film..." Thank you for illustrating EXACTLY how the Academy decides nominations and winners. It's hard to believe that quotes like that come from the same editors that constantly tell naysayers in the comments section things like, "You haven't even seen the film yet!"
txJM on Sep 25, 2014
DavideCoppola on Sep 25, 2014
Xerxexx on Sep 25, 2014
That hair cut is badass. Not Pynchon's best work, but should make for a good movie with PTA at the helm.
DAVIDPD on Sep 25, 2014
New PTA film... Always an event worthy of celebration.
Jonathan on Sep 25, 2014
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