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    "Inherent Vice" Director Paul Thomas Anderson Discusses His Films on "WTF with Marc Maron"

    Oscar-nominated filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson is on the latest episode of WTF with Marc Maron. He talks with Maron about his life and all of his films, including his latest, Inherent Vice, which expands to theaters across the United States this coming weekend.

    Nonesuch Records released Jonny Greenwood’s soundtrack to Inherent Vice on CD and digitally December 15; the vinyl is due March 3. An adaptation of the Thomas Pynchon novel of the same name, Inherent Vice is set in the tail end of the psychedelic ’60s and stars Oscar nominees Joaquin Phoenix, Josh Brolin, and Owen Wilson.

    This is the third Anderson film that Greenwood has scored. Their previous collaborations include the critically praised soundtrack for 2007’s Academy Award-winning There Will Be Blood and 2012’s The Master, both released by Nonesuch. Nonesuch also released Jon Brion's soundtrack for Anderson’s Punch-Drunk Love in 2002. All of these are available in the Nonesuch Store.

    Hear Paul Thomas Anderson's in-depth conversation with Marc Maron at wtfpod.com. And tune in on Thursday for Maron's interview with Boyhood director Richard Linklater.

    You can read Anderson's recent interview with the Boston Globe at bostonglobe.com.

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Filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson is on the latest episode of WTF with Marc Maron. He talks with Maron about his life and all of his films, including his latest, Inherent Vice, which expands to additional US theaters this weekend. Nonesuch Records released Jonny Greenwood’s soundtrack to Inherent Vice in December and has released their previous collaborations, There Will Be Blood and The Master, as well as Jon Brion's soundtrack for Anderson’s Punch-Drunk Love. Tune in to WTF on Thursday for Maron's interview with Boyhood director Richard Linklater.

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Oscar-nominated filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson is on the latest episode of WTF with Marc Maron. He talks with Maron about his life and all of his films, including his latest, Inherent Vice, which expands to theaters across the United States this coming weekend.

Nonesuch Records released Jonny Greenwood’s soundtrack to Inherent Vice on CD and digitally December 15; the vinyl is due March 3. An adaptation of the Thomas Pynchon novel of the same name, Inherent Vice is set in the tail end of the psychedelic ’60s and stars Oscar nominees Joaquin Phoenix, Josh Brolin, and Owen Wilson.

This is the third Anderson film that Greenwood has scored. Their previous collaborations include the critically praised soundtrack for 2007’s Academy Award-winning There Will Be Blood and 2012’s The Master, both released by Nonesuch. Nonesuch also released Jon Brion's soundtrack for Anderson’s Punch-Drunk Love in 2002. All of these are available in the Nonesuch Store.

Hear Paul Thomas Anderson's in-depth conversation with Marc Maron at wtfpod.com. And tune in on Thursday for Maron's interview with Boyhood director Richard Linklater.

You can read Anderson's recent interview with the Boston Globe at bostonglobe.com.

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Jonny Greenwood: "Inherent Vice" soundtrack [cover]

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