What do you do as a follow-up to one of the best films of the decade, one about greed, capitalism and the emptiness of religion? Well, if you're Paul Thomas Anderson, you wait four years after 'There Will Be Blood' and then tackle faith and religion head on.

Originally titled 'The Master,' Anderson's new project actually has been gestating with the director for some time and he's now getting backing for the film, by way of the Weinstein Co., which won a bidding war for worldwide distribution rights, and from financier Megan Ellison, who is known for helping independent auteurs get their projects off the ground (here to the tune of $35 million), according to Deadline,
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