Paul Thomas Anderson broke out with his film “Boogie Nights,” a tale of sex, drugs, and depravity in the 1970s and 1980s porn industry in the San Fernando Valley. It’s a kinetic, chaotic, brightly colored film with a killer ensemble. That same man proceeded to make a classic movie that’s…a bleak, desaturated film with like three characters set in the early 1900s oil industry. Anderson is truly a filmmaker who can run the gamut. Here are 20 facts about his modern classic “There Will Be Blood.” Perhaps enjoy them with a milkshake.