Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood has had a nice, solid partnership with director Paul Thomas Anderson for a few years now. They first worked together on 2007’s Daniel Day-Lewis-starring There Will Be Blood, and Greenwood went on to score Anderson’s 2012 film The Master and 2014’s Inherent Vice. Anderson also made a documentary about Greenwood’s Junun project and directed three videos for Radiohead’s recent A Moon Shaped Pool, and now, the two are once again linking up with Daniel Day-Lewis for a new film that just started shooting.
Vulture reports that the movie is a period drama about a highly sought-after dressmaker set in 1950s London, and although it doesn’t have an official title yet, signage used on-set indicates that it might be called Phantom Threads. Lesley Manville is also starring, and the film is due out later this year. Check out a few pics from the set here.
— Whitby Photography (@WhitbyPhotos) January 27, 2017
Yesterday, Greenwood performed his score for There Will Be Blood live during a screening of the film at London’s Southbank Centre.
— Jonny Greenwood (@JnnyG) January 31, 2017