Uwe Boll Accuses Paul Thomas Anderson Of Jacking His ‘BloodRayne’ Poster Design

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Ah yes, Uwe Boll, the video-game-loving movie director that critics love to hate and the feeling is always mutual. A 2017 Vanity Fair profile proclaimed the routinely-derided German filmmaker, “the Donald Trump of directors…brutish bully [and] inclined to lash out against his detractors.” One can understand VF’s argument especially when you take into account the man’s filmography and universally-loathed pictures like “Postal,” Bluberella,” BloodRayne.” Boll, the Ed Wood of 21st-century cinema, retired from filmmaking more than a year ago proclaiming “the market is dead.” He then went on to embark on a venture in the food industry, opened the fine-dining operation “Bauhaus” and seems to now be, in his own words, a “successful” restaurateur. Good for him, but if you think any bitterness from a stalled cinematic career has left his soul, think again.

Boll’s latest target is an ambitious one: Paul Thomas Anderson, whom, by all accounts, is the current American master as far as directors are concerned. Boll tweeted accusing PTA of having a grudge against him, a grudge so epic that he says led PTA to secretly scold him for the marketing of his latest classic-in-the-making “Phantom Thread” (lol).

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Boll is accusing Anderson of stealing the poster design for his 2005 bomb “BloodRayne,” which many consider to be the worst film of the last 25 years. Why would PTA have such a...
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