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Marvel, ExpendaBelles And The Raid 3: 6 Projects Uber-Stuntwoman Zoe Bell Pursues
Ranging from Marvel superheroes to The ExpendaBelles and breaking into the Fast & Furious franchise, this charismatic Renaissance woman shares 6 dream projects she's fighting to make real.
Quentin Tarantino's Next Western Reportedly Has A Numerical Title
Quentin Tarantino is a filmmaker who is known for making particular kinds of films, with adrenaline and testosterone always on full display, even when females are inciting the massive amounts of action. Another trait his movies share is a title with two words in it, assuming you count Kill Bill as one entire feature. If sources of sources of sources are indeed correct, Tarantino may buck this trend with his next film.
Quentin Tarantino Says His Next Film Will Be Another Western
It’s been almost a year since Django Unchained arrived in theaters, and fans of Quentin Tarantino are likely to be eager to know what the director has coming up next. Tarantino revealed one key piece of information about his next project on The Tonight Show last night, telling Jay Leno that he’s working on a new western. But rest assured, it isn’t a sequel to Django Unchained.
Quentin Tarantino Says Batman Is Boring And Wants Alec Baldwin To Play Him
Quentin Tarantino doesn't have a movie coming out this year, nor is he currently working on one, but that doesn't mean he won't do his damnedest to dominate the news anyway. Just after releasing his incredibly premature Top 10 list of the year, which included The Lone Ranger and Kick-Ass 2, he's given an interview to the French magazine Les Inrockuptibles in which he sounds off on Ben Affleck playing Batman. Strap in, everybody! It's time for some QT truth bombs
Why Quentin Tarantino Said No To Kevin Smith's Tusk
With such a short gestation period – around four months from its initial SModcast conversation to a film soon to be in production – there are a lot of questions left to be answered where this movie in concerned, and Smith wrote a guest column for The Hollywood Reporter, getting some of those pesky details out of the way, such as the truth behind how he approached Quentin Tarantino for a role and why the film is seeing yet another delay in production.
Can You Guess What Quentin Tarantino's Top 10 Films Of The Year Are So Far?
The Quentin Tarantino Archives has released a list of the esteemed director’s favorite films of the year so far. Personally, I was surprised by several of his picks, so I thought I’d test the rest of you to see if from the twenty films listed you can figure out which titles are really on his top ten.
The Cornetto Trilogy Golden Mile, Day 9: Edgar Wright And Quentin Tarantino Record One Of The Greatest DVD Commentaries... Ever!
Tarantino LOVES talking over other people’s films. He chimed in on Robert Rodriguez’s From Dusk til Dawn (which he co-wrote and starred), and Eli Roth’s Hostel. And then there is the marathon session Tarantino agreed to do with Wright for the Blu-ray release of my personal favorite Cornetto Trilogy film: Hot Fuzz.
The Real Reason Will Smith Turned Down Django Unchained
As an international star with box office drawing power, Smith might have seemed an obvious choice. But considering this story was of a freed slave wreaking bloody revenge against cruel plantation owners, Django was a role that would be more brutal than any Smith had taken on before. It spurred a lot of debate from movie lovers online. Could the oft-affable Smith believably play a Tarantino-level badass?
Ennio Morricone Says He Is Not Feuding With Quentin Tarantino
Morricone, whose work can be heard in such iconic films as The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly and Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds, had said he would never work with the outrageous auteur again, and had been offered the chance with Django Unchained, but turned it down because he says, "[Tarantino] places music in his films without coherence….you can't do anything with someone like that."
Famed Composer Ennio Morricone Will Never Work With Quentin Tarantino Again
He's worked with a long list of celebrated filmmakers, from Brian De Palma, Sergio Leone, and Terrence Malick, to John Carpenter, and Quentin Tarantino. And at 84-years-old, the Italian musician with a long legacy in film has no problem telling you exactly how he feels about the last director on this list.
See Every Quentin Tarantino Movie Death In One Handy Infographic
We've got Quentin Tarantino on the brain lately, with Django Unchained nominated for a handful of Oscars and Tarantino himself out there talking about completing his revisionist history trilogy. Now someone has come along and put a lot of our thinking into handy infographic form
Quentin Tarantino Still Promising To Finish His Revisionist History Trilogy
If you hear Quentin Tarantino talking about a future project he might want to make, you might be better served just shutting your ears and walking away. The director is famous for constantly bringing up movies he will never make, from the Vega Brothers films that would unite Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs to a third Kill Bill film
Zoe Bell Reveals Her Django Unchained Secret
Tarantino himself admits much was chopped from Django, but not all of it was cut in the editing room. Since the film's come out we've learned why the "D" is silent, and why was Amber Tamblyn became the featured extra credited as "Daughter of a Son of a Gunfighter." Now celebrated stunt woman and recurring Taratino performer Zoe Bell has revealed a little bit about her mysterious masked character. You know, the one who gets a long lingering close-up, but no story?
How Pulp Fiction Almost Starred Matt Dillon And Daniel Day-Lewis
Tarantino opened up recently about how hard he had to fight to get John Travolta cast as Vincent Vega in Fiction. In its thorough oral history to the making of Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction, Vanity Fair elaborates that produce Harvey Weinstein fought the director’s choice for Travolta, suggesting Daniel Day-Lewis, Sean Penn and William Hurt (!!) for the part of a foot-massage-loving hit man.
Django Unchained Becomes Quentin Tarantino's Highest Grossing Film In The U.S.
Despite having a large core fanbase, Quentin Tarantino's history at the box office has been surprisingly up and down. Following the incredible $100 million-plus success of Pulp Fiction back in 1994 Jackie Brown managed to only pull in $39 million at the domestic box office; and after Grindhouse flopped (making only $25 million) in 2007 the director came back with Inglourious Basterds, which ended up being the biggest hit of his career. That is, until Django Unchained came around.