Funko is releasing Kill Bill Pop! Vinyl figures
Django lives! Tarantino is going to be co-writing a comic book mashup with Django and Zorro. Yes, Zorro.
To the surprise of nobody (certainly not me), the production of The Hateful Eight is back on and will start this November.
If Star Wars was a Tarantino film. Apparently, it would be just like Star Wars, but with different music. Yeah, sure.
Are we going to really get a Django Unchained TV miniseries? Tarantino says he’s got 90 more minutes of film that wasn’t part of the theatrical release.
The posters used at the live script reading for The Hateful Eight are for sale.
Hope this film gets made.
Judge says he failed to establish actual infringement, which was obvious from the start. Hopefully QT just drops it and moves on. If not, lets hope that next time he sues the people actually responsible for leaking the script, not just a website that did the equivalent of “hey look, somebody leaked the script”.
Don’t close the book on the Hateful Eight being made into a film just yet. Tarantino staged some live script readings with Samuel L. Jackson, Walt Goggins and Bruce Dern.
Film Independent Presents the World Premiere of a Staged Reading by Quentin Tarantino: The Hateful Eight, as it was formally titled, also revealed that the big-screen version might not be as shelved as the director first told my colleague Mike Fleming Jr. on January 21. “I’m working on a second draft and I will do a third draft, but we’re reading from the first draft,” Tarantino, wearing a black Stetson and red ribbed cowboy shirt, said to the 1,200 patrons in the almost SRO theater before the performance started. (The well-heeled crowd included longtime Tarantino producers Harvey and Bob Weinstein.) “The Chapter 5 here will not be the Chapter 5 later, so this will be the only time it is seen ever.”