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Quentin Tarantino Is Suing Gawker Over That Script Leak

By JJ Duncan on
(Getty Images)We all know how much Quentin Tarantino loves a good revenge tale, and this time he's aiming his righteous fury at Gawker Media for linking to a copy of his leaked script for The Hateful Eight. When the script first leaked last week, Tarantino told Deadline.com he was "very, very depressed," and wouldn't be making the movie. Two days later, Gawker posted an article titled, "Here Is the Leaked Quentin Tarantino Hateful Eight Script," with a link to the whole thing. Well they've...Read Full Story

Quentin Tarantino Is So Angry About a Script Leak He's Scrapped His Next Movie

By JJ Duncan on
(Getty Images)Quentin Tarantino is so pissed over a leaked script he's halted production on his next movie, a western called The Hateful Eight. The movie would have starred Bruce Dern coming off his big role in Nebraska, but now Tarantino says he plans to publish the script as a book and then maybe he'll return to it in the future.“I’m very, very depressed,” Tarantino told Deadline on Tuesday. “I finished a script, a first draft, and I didn’t mean to shoot it until next winter, a year from...Read Full Story

Zimbio Review - 'Django Unchained,' The 'D' is Silent, the Director is Not

By Joe Robberson on
(The Weinstein Co) The Bottom Line Should you see it? Yes. Why? Hugely funny and beautifully stylized, Django Unchained is trademark Tarantino, his best film since Pulp Fiction. This is the Quentin Tarantino we know and love. In Django Unchained, the cocky writer and director of Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction is back and badder than ever. What's always stood out about Tarantino is his brazen ability to borrow and steal while staying original. It's his great gift. With an encyclopedic...Read Full Story

When Trailers Get the Music Right

By Joe Robberson on
(Fox Searchlight | MCA Records | Columbia Pictures | Getty Images)Trailers can make or break a movie, and the very best fuse footage and music in wonderful harmony. The use of pop music in trailers can be orginal and enhancing, or it can be "Who Let the Dogs Out?" in the Snow Dogs trailer. We've decided to take a look at the former.We aren't debating the best trailers ever made (there's a clear winner, by the way) because many good ones barely use any music at all. But, we will follow a few...Read Full Story

Quentin Tarantino Holds Film Festivals for One

By BangShowbiz on
There's being a movie buff, and then there's Quentin Tarantino. The Kill Bill director is so obsessed with movies he occasionally chooses a selection of around 15 movies, watches them back-to-back and then picks his favourite.Recently Quentin even told German director Tom Tykwer he had won an award at his solo film festival for Perfume.He said to Tykwer: “Hey, I did a little film festival for myself and you won! Perfume won!”The filmmaker also admitted he feels like a “weirdo” because after...Read Full Story

'Inglourious Basterds,' 'Avatar' Lead Empire Awards Nominations

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Inglourious Basterds and Avatar lead this year's 15th annual Jameson Empire Film Award nominations. The blockbusters, directed by Quentin Tarantino and James Cameron respectively, were nominated in five categories each, including the coveted Best Film category, in which they will vie for the prize against Star Trek, District 9 and The Hurt Locker. The same five movies are also up for the Best Director. Empire editor Mark Dinning said: "Once again the Empire readers have done us proud...Read Full Story

Quentin Tarantino Nearly Ripped a $1M Painting

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Quentin Tarantino almost had to learn a thing or two about being careless when he nearly ripped a $1 million James Rosenquist painting at a party thrown in his honor. The Inglourious Basterds director, who is well known for his raucous antics, had to apologize when he accidentally leaned on the artwork while talking to film producer Harvey Weinstein. Look where you lean, Quentin! An onlooker told the New York Post newspaper: “The painting has pride of place in the hall way. Tarantino was...Read Full Story

Quentin Tarantino Might Make a Third 'Kill Bill' -- in 2014

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Photo AgencyQuentin Tarantino might have another Kill Bill in the works, but don't get your hopes up too high, or too soon. The director said if it happens, the release date will be 5 years from now. The director wants Uma Thurman to reprise her role as Beatrix Kiddo, more commonly known as The Bride, for a third time, but warns fans they face a long wait for the third installment in the martial arts franchise. He said: "The Bride will fight again! I gotta wait a couple years because I...Read Full Story

Quentin Tarantino Wants to Quit Making Films and Start a Family

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DON'T MISS Quentin Tarantino Wants to Create a Film Series to Rival James Bond Quentin Tarantino Hoards Junk Forty-six-year-old director Quentin Tarantino, who is currently single, plans to become a writer and find the right woman to have children with.He said: I will retire at 60. It is a good age to stop making movies. I could start writing novels and film criticism and become a man of letters. And then I could finally have a family. I could actually see sometime in the next three...Read Full Story

Quentin Tarantino Wants to Create a Film Series to Rival James Bond

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DON'T MISS Quentin Tarantino Hoards Junk Quentin Tarantino: Brad Pitt Isn't a 'Pretty Boy' Anymore Director Quentin Tarantino is planning to adapt three spy thriller novels by British writer Len Deighton into a movie series, which will attract fans of the British secret agent’s on screen adventures.Tarantino explained: One of the things I enjoy musing about doing is the trilogy of Len Deighton books, Berlin Game, Mexico Set, and London Match. The story takes place in the Cold War and...Read Full Story