Tarantino said that directing Pitt was basically like watching a finished movie on set as it was unfolding. He also called him “a different breed of man”.
Quentin Tarantino is planning on selling non-fungible tokens (NFTs) based on the screenplay for his 1994 movie ‘Pulp Fiction’, but Miramax is having none of it.
‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ is one of Tarantino’s tamest films yet… if you ignore a couple of infrequent yet bloody and extremely violent sequences.
Street artist Sabo decided to give Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ billboard a controversial makeover.
Quentin Tarantino clearly isn’t keen on taking questions related to Margot Robbie and her limited vocabulary in his latest film.
Quentin Tarantino’s new film, ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’, promises to take us back to the height of hippie Hollywood.
Quentin Tarantino might be pretty talented behind the camera, but put a mic in front of him and the wheels can come off. Take this Howard Stern interview, for example.
When Uma Thurman finally broke her silence on Harvey Weinstein, she also spoke out about Quentin Tarantino. After taking a few days, he has come back with his own account.
Fans and supporters alike have been waiting for Uma Thurman’s personal Weinstein account, but she took it one step further and shared a life-threatening story involving Tarantino.
Uma Thurman’s name shot to prominence through a series of Quentin Tarantino movies, all produced by Harvey Weinstein. So, what does she know?
The story of Charles Manson and his murderous mates is one of America’s more famous crimes, and now Tarantino is set to bring it to the big screen.
The Hateful Eight is a Quentin Tarantino film, which has drawn inspiration from The Thing and Reservoir Dogs. The crime drama mystery western is set more than a decade after the Civil War and follows a stagecoach, as a bounty hunter and his passengers find shelter in a cabin inhabited by some mysterious strangers.
Pencil in January 29 because that’s when we’ll get to see this peach on the big screen. Blood, guts and good story telling for days.
How well do you know your Pulp Fiction trivia? Well, check out these often overlooked theories and see if you know the back-stories behind them.
If you’ve been struggling to find the right movies to watch this year, there’s no one better to take advice from than Barry Ronge. Wait, no, not Barry Ronge – Quentin Tarantino.
eBay yesterday decided to ban the sale of the controversial dolls linked to Quentin Tarantino’s latest western movie about a freed slave, Django Unchained. It described the dolls as “offensive”, and the toymaker who manufactured the dolls had already discontinued them.
Slavery is not dead, it’s alive and well in Hollywood. We’re not talking about those struggling actors chained to their trailers between takes, being forced to succumb to the hardship of celebrity, we’re talking about a trend that has emerged in 2012 in Cloud Atlas, Lincoln, Les Misérables and most notably Django Unchained, in a […]
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The 2013 Golden Globe Awards took place last night in Los Angeles.
“I’m shutting your butt down.” With these words, Quentin Tarantino refused to discuss any link between movie violence and real life violence during a TV interview. He was being questioned by Britain’s Channel4 presenter, Krishnan Guru-Murthy, before the London premiere of Django Unchained yesterday.
The Wu-Tang Clan’s RZA and the Black Keys have collaborated on a track for RZA’s upcoming film ‘Man with the Iron Fists’ – a Kung Fu film that he is directing, starring and co-writing (alongside Hostel’s Eli Roth) which opens November 2.
Before the year is over Quentin Tarantino will unleash his new film, “Django Unchained”. Jamie Foxx stars as Django, a slave looking for revenge during the Mississippi plantation era. The rest of the cast includes Leonardo DiCaprio, Samuel L. Jackson, and Don Johnson. Check out the film’s first trailer – after the jump.
Skin… everyone’s got one, except that guy dangling from the tree in Predator. The word has developed a stigma and a deviant curiosity in Hollywood: Mysterious Skin, Skinwalkers, ‘skin flicks’ – and it would be rash to think The Skin I Live In, a film that nabbed a spot in Quentin Tarantino’s Top Ten Films of 2011, could cure that little niggling […]
It has been found! Well, refound. If you’re a big Quentin Tarantino fan, which you almost certainly are, then you will love this clip from his very first movie “My Best Friend’s Birthday”. The whole thing is like concentrated Tarantino, squeezed into a half an hour. everything is there: his hyper-manic acting, black humour and very clever camera work and dialogue. Click through for the (very long) video.