A legal analysis of Tarantino’s lawsuit against a Gawker.
I read the Complaint. All Gawker did was promote the fact that it had links to others on the internet who had the script. That seems like a tough claim of copyright liability, but hey, presumably the plaintiffs’ lawyers did the reasearch and think they have a legal claim. But still, just linking to others creates a copyright liability? Yikes, if that’s true.
Doubtful that claim will hold up.
Its getting ugly now. Tarantino is suing Gawker over Hateful Eight script leak.
This isn’t going to be good for anybody. I’ve already seen lots of folks very unsympathetic to QT given how many of his previous scripts have hit the internet. This leak is earlier, but thats a distinction lost on most folks.
Just what the internet needed – a re-make of the final scene of Reservoir Dogs by guys dressed as food. Well played.
Tarantino scrapping “The Hateful Eight” gets the Taiwanese Animators treatment on YouTube.
Who wants a mashup tee with an iconic image from Pulp Fiction remade using Doctor Who?
I can’t get into Doctor Who, so not me. But I can appreciate its a clever tee for those that like both shows.
Unhappy that the script got leaked, Tarantino says he’s pissed off and will not be making The Hateful Eight as his next movie.
This reminds me of the Seinfeld episode where Jerry tries to return a jacket to a store out of spite.
We’ve got a trailer for the From Dusk Till Dawn TV series.
At least that’s the rumor. We know the next film is going to be a Western, but the buzz among the Hollywood folks this weekend is that Tarantino has finished the script and is showing it around to folks he would like in the film.
The working title is The Hateful Eight – and the two names rumored to be attached are Christoph Waltz and Bruce Dern.