Tiffany Haddish spilled more details about her possible projects) with "Phantom Thread" director Paul Thomas Anderson.
The director and co-star of the Oscar-nominated film weigh in on the surprising power struggle at the heart of the story's climax.
Let's stop dwelling on the film being Day-Lewis's finale, and start celebrating it as the first major English-language showcase for the Luxembourg-born actress.
The director muses: "Wouldn't it be like hilarious if somebody just offered him a great script tomorrow and he was like, 'This is too good, I can't pass it up. I'm just gonna do one more, and then I'm out.'?"
Despite best efforts of the typically brilliant actor in what he claims to be his final film, the Paul Thomas Anderson drama loses steam at the end.
Director Paul Thomas Anderson reunites his "There Will Be Blood" star, this time set in the world of London's haute couture circa the 1950s.