Short video of Tarantino talking ice cream and The Hateful Eight.
Bret Easton Ellis write up an interview with Quentin Tarantino for the NY Times Magazine.
As hugely influential as his earlier movies were, it’s impossible now to imagine an earnest 20-something millennial dreaming up a film as perverse and lurid as “Pulp Fiction” or “Reservoir Dogs” or anything else he’s made. In an era obsessed with “triggering” and “micro-aggressions” and the policing of language, the Tarantino oeuvre is relentlessly un-PC: His movies are impolite, rude, irresponsible and somewhat cold.
Listing of Tarantino’s original wishlist for the Pulp Fiction cast.
Oh how different things might have turned out with Marisa Tomei as Mia Wallace (instead of Uma Thurman) and Eddie Murphy as Jules (instead of Samuel L. Jackson). *shudder*
Its here. The Hateful Eight trailer.
Stylized Pulp Fiction t-shirt. Lots of cool art at this site as well.
Should we really believe that Tarantino will retire after his 10th film. For those keeping track, The Hateful Eight will be his 8th film.
Filming starts later this year in Colorado, and Tarantino continues to fill out the cast by announcing that Jennifer Jason Leigh has been tabbed with the female lead.
She is in line to play ‘the prisoner’ Daisy Domergue, wanted for murder and due to hang for her crimes.
Django will be available on Netflix starting Oct 25th.
We have the first official poster for The Hateful Eight.
Its now confirmed that The Hateful Eight will start shooting in 2015.