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Rose McGowan has become quite vocal of her problems with the Hollywood industry as of late, particularly when it comes to some of the sexism she’s seen and experienced. Now, McGowan is going one step further and ridiculing some of the directors she has previously worked with.
The ensemble cast of Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction is easily one of the most iconic of the modern era. From the comeback kid named John Travolta, to the long hair-sporting Eric Stoltz, every single person in the movie is incredibly memorable and puts their own personal stamp on the material. But what if the cast were completely different?
Quentin Tarantino has never been shy about expressing his views on a particular movie, but his recent criticism of If Follows pissed a few people off, notably the director of It Follows.
It’s hard to believe there was a time that Quentin Tarantino didn’t just give Samuel L. Jackson whatever role he wanted, but the first time they met in a professional capacity, it did not go well for the actor.
If you thought the stories of making a movie with Samuel L. Jackson were interesting, wait until you read this latest story of how a case of mistaken identity would help Jackson nail one of his most iconic roles.
Quentin Tarantino has a twisted mind, and Samuel L. Jackson is one of the few who knows the lengths he’s willing — and unwilling — to go. According to his own testimony, the actor performed such hard-to-watch actions in Django Unchained that they had to be cut from the film.
Quentin Tarantino is very much aware of how timely The Hateful Eight is going to be. And it sounds as though he's more than willing to embrace this weight.
When released in 2007, the double-feature Grindhouse wound up being unable to find an audience, despite a large number of big names attached to it. Obviously Tarantino has bounced back in a big way since then, but he did take one very important lesson from the experience.
We've been talking about Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight for what seems like forever, but now the first trailer has rolled into town to offer our best look yet at this bloody Western. And it looks pretty spectacular. Watch the footage below.
Quentin Tarantino’s movies have long been famous for their soundtracks – though one thing that’s been notable throughout the filmmaker’s career is that he has always preferred the use of existing music instead of original scores. That will change in a huge way with his next project.
Quentin Tarantino promises that his upcoming western, The Hateful Eight, will be really funny. Or at least funnier than a bunch of other classic westerns.
If you’ve been waiting for Quentin Tarantino's new opus Hateful Eight you’ll need to wait a bit longer than previously anticipated. What’s more, if you’re not near a theater capable of showing in 70mm, you’ll need to wait even longer.
Quentin Tarantino has spent many years arguing in favor of good ol' classic film over the widespread use of digital - and for the upcoming release of The Hateful Eight it looks like he will be taking major action promoting the original medium.
Directors are notorious for going to great lengths to achieve a desired cinematic result, and on the set of The Hateful Eight, Quentin Tarantino took some extreme measures.
Back in 2012, writer/director Quentin Tarantino once again brought his incredible skills back to the big screen with Django Unchained. Naturally, we’re only more excited for his next cinematic adventure, which will be coming soon in the form of the violent new post-Civil War drama The Hateful Eight.
Let’s meet each cast member, and rank their complete facial extravaganza, using a scale of 1 through 5 – with one being relatively fresh-faced, and 5 being Galdalf the Grey.
We've just been given our first look at 3 of Quentin Tarantino's Hateful Eight, and they all look magnificent.
Quentin Tarantino has revealed his top 20 westerns of all time, and it makes for a scintillating read.
It’s probably safe to say that Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming return to the neo-spaghetti-western genre, The Hateful Eight has an obscenely impressive cast. Yet rumors from about six months back teased the possible addition of the powerfully insightful Viggo Mortensen. Unfortunately for the film, that casting never came to fruition. Now, Mortensen, himself reveals the story behind that rumor and why he wasn’t able to hop on board the film.
Writer/director Kevin Smith and Quentin Tarantino came up at the exact same time in 1994, with both Smith releasing Clerks and Tarantino releasing Reservoir Dogs, thanks to the help of a little-known man (at that time) named Harvey Weinstein. Watch the two of them, along with Robert Rodriguez, as they discuss Clerks II in 2006 and then talk about the experience.