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As the night unfolds and prizes are handed out this evening, we will be regularly updating this page, highlighting the Oscar winners in all 24 categories. What will the big upsets be? Will your favorite movie of the last year take home the award for Best Picture? Follow along with us and find out!
When Star Wars: The Force Awakens hit theaters in December it pretty much ran over every other movie in theaters when it came to box office success. One of the films that was a victim of the Star Wars juggernaut was Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight
Acting in movie and sharing close, intense situations for months at a time can impact actors, but being handcuffed to Kurt Russell in The Hateful Eight left a strange lingering impression on Jennifer Jason Leigh.
There’s a glorious scene in Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight where Jennifer Jason Leigh picks up a guitar and begins to play a song. It turns out that guitar was kind of a big deal.
If it wasn't for The Hateful Eight, Jennifer Jason Leigh would have moved on greener pastures, and all because of one simple factor.
The Academy has been roundly admonished because of the lack of diversity of its nominations, and here are 6 performances that were cruelly overlooked in this travesty.
Everything old is new again. Last month Quentin Tarantino reminded us what classic film epics used to look like when he released his new movie The Hateful Eight in a special 70mm format. Rumors have persisted that another film may follow that lead.
Quentin Tarantino's snowbound wester The Hateful Eight is a movie that leaves many questions unanswered. One is the true nature of Walton Goggin's character, and the actor recently chimed in on the subject.
While Quentin Tarantino was snubbed for an Academy Award nomination this year, it hasn't dampened his resolve. As a matter of fact, he has a life goal when it comes to Oscar's golden touch, and if you read on, you'll see just what he has planned.
While The Hateful Eight 70mm roadshow was an impressive opening for Quentin Tarantino’s new movie, since entering wide release the movie has not done as well. What happened to such a promising start?
The conservative group, which refers to itself as America’s Media Watchdog and carries the label “The Leader in Documenting, Exposing and Neutralizing Liberal Media Bias” (according to its own Web site), is preparing a detailed breakdown on the violence and offensive material found in Tarantino’s latest movie, The Hateful Eight.
Another awards show, another scurrilous claim by director that someone's being snubbed by those in charge. However, when you dig a little deeper into Quentin Tarantino's statement at tonight's awards, he's actually kinda right.
You don't want to fall asleep on the set of a Quentin Tarantino movie, and he has an absolutely hilarious, not to mention hugely embarrassing, tactic to prevent this from happening.
When Quentin Tarantino put forth his plan to do a roadshow for The Hateful Eight it looked like an interestingly novel idea. A 70mm presentation of the film, with an overture and an intermission just like the classic film epics of a bygone era.
The issues around the release of The Hateful Eight just keep on coming. Quentin Tarantino’s eighth movie will now have a severely limited release in the U.K after three major cinema chains made the announcement that they will not be screening it at all.
Two films are all that supposedly stand between Quentin Tarantino and retirement. But that hasn't stopped him from cooking up three concepts he wants to exorcise before he rides off into the sunset.
Samuel L. Jackson’s career has given him so many memorable lines that he’s stereotyped as a wizard of memorable dialogue. But can he re-write film history and make classic quotes of the past his own?
Some who have been lucky enough to see The Hateful Eight a second time (or more) claim that it gets better once you know all of the characters and fully understand their true motivations. And that might be the case. But for me, the best part of the story was not knowing, and waiting to decipher the inherent mystery in the plot. And it sounds like I’m not alone.
Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight did decent box office business as it opened wide this past weekend, but Harvey Weinstein thinks they should have steered away from Star Wars: The Force Awakens.