For one part of the Django Unchained script that calls for snow, Tarantino has chosen to film some scenes in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Most of the filming will take place in Louisiana and is scheduled to start in February.
Had it for months, but just started reading the Django Unchained script this week. I’m only about 30 minutes into it, but here are some early thoughts:
Christoph Waltz is going to win another Oscar for this role. The writing is witty and fits him perfectly.
The movie starts quickly, with 2 great sequences right off the bat.
The dialog is funny. Not laugh out loud funny, but the kind of funny where you find yourself smiling thru the whole thing. I’d call it classic Tarantino, but that understates its cleverness.
This has been around a while, but I hadn’t seen it until yesterday. A 1 minute re-make of Kill Bill Volumes I and II.
Next week, we are kicking off Twitter and Facebook only contests to win some great Inglourious Basterds gear. Winners will be chosen from those following us on twitter or liking us on facebook – so get to work.
The Tarantino Archives has a list of Quentin’s best and worst films of 2011. As always, some very interesting picks.
The Django Unchained cast grows a little bit bigger. Daniele Watts will play the role of Coco.
If uou are in LA, you can go see a live performance of the music Tarantino has put into his films.
Some animated GIFs of Tarantino dancing during the Pulp Fiction dance scene at Jack Rabbit Slim’s. I would guess he’s trying to help give Travolta and Uma some help with the groove, but it looks like they are doing alot better than Quentin is, so maybe he’s just goofing around.
Having the GIFs animated makes this so much more fun.
The start of filming of Django Unchained in Louisiana has been delayed until February. No reason is given in the reports so far.
Hopefully it doesn’t affect the planned late December 2012 release date.
The trailer for The Dictator has been released. The film stars Sacha Baron Cohen, who will appear in Django Unchained later in 2012.