If you’re a Quentin Tarantino fan, then you know that there are tiny connections that link all of his movies together so that they all exist in the same universe. Tarantino actually clarified how these connections work earlier this year after The Hateful Eight was in wide release:
“There are actually two separate universes. There’s the realer than real universe, and all the characters inhabit that one. Then there’s this “movie” universe, so From Dusk Till Dawn and Kill Bill take place in this special movie universe. Basically, when the characters from Reservoir Dogs or Pulp Fiction go to the movies, Kill Bill and From Dusk Till Dawn is what they go see.”
Now a stylish new video illustrates perfectly and entertainingly how all these movies are connected by jumping back and forth between them. There are even some of the more subtle references that you may have never picked up on, including some stuff from one of Tarantino’s “lost” movies.
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Posted on Monday, October 24th, 2016 by Angie Han
Deadpool 2 has emerged from the weekend one director short, as we learned that Tim Miller has departed over creative differences with star Ryan Reynolds. Naturally, the Merc’s fans have a few things to say about this.
Fellow superhero movie director James Gunn has spoken up to express his disappointment in Miller’s departure. Meanwhile, some other fans are already thinking about who should replace Miller — and they’ve got their eye on Quentin Tarantino. Read More »
Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino revealed that he’d spent the last four years doing research about the 1970’s for an upcoming project. That’s not surprising, but what might shock you is that the Quentin Tarantino 1970 Project is probably not going to be a movie.
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Today brings the entire first season of Marvel’s new Netflix series Luke Cage to everyone’s streaming devices. But did you know Quentin Tarantino once almost made a movie focusing on the Hero for Hire before he decided to make Pulp Fiction?
The revelation of the once possible existence of a Quentin Tarantino Luke Cage movie came when the filmmaker was making publicity rounds last winter for The Hateful Eight,. Now that the series is out, he was recently asked about what he’d like to see from the series adaptation of the comic book. Read More »
Mr. Robot Season 2 has come to a close, leaving us with a couple of cliffhangers and many questions. Thankfully Mr. Robot showrunner Sam Esmail and some of the cast have answered some of your burning questions, or at very least, providing insight into the choices that were made in this finale. What is going to happen to Phase 2 of F Society’s plans? How does Tyrell play into the future of this story? What is going on with Angela? Is the FBI too close to stopping it all? What’s with that post-credits scene? And what might we expect from Mr. Robot season 3? Hit the jump as we attempt to sift through the
Hit the jump as we examine the interviews and try to answer all of your Mr. Robot Season 2 finale questions.
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In case you haven’t heard, Kevin Smith is working on a TV series adaptation of the MGM cult classic sci-fi adventure The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension from 1984. It was Smith’s work directing an episode of The CW series The Flash last year that turned some heads at MGM, and now he’s deep in development on the project with an eye on some filmmakers he hopes to recruit to direct some episodes.
Find out some of Smith’s ambitious picks to direct some of the Buckaroo Bonzai TV series after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, July 13th, 2016 by Angie Han
Quentin Tarantino has the kind of career just about any filmmaker would envy. He’s worked with huge names like Leonardo DiCaprio and Ennio Morricone, revived John Travolta’s career, and transformed Christoph Waltz and Michael Fassbender into international stars. His films are hits with budding cinephiles, picky critics, and general audiences alike. They’re constantly quoted in casual conversations, pored over for thinkpieces, and memorialized on dorm room posters.
But even so, Tarantino has no intention of doing this forever. The filmmaker has long maintained that he plans to quit directing after his tenth film, and he recently reiterated that that’s still the case. For those keeping count, The Hateful Eight was his eighth film, since Tarantino counts both Kill Bills as one movie. Read More »
Last year, I embarked on the ridiculous task of ranking every single Quentin Tarantino character and Christoph Waltz‘s Hans Landa, the scheming Nazi villain of Inglourious Basterds, landed in the number two spot. It turns out that Tarantino thinks more highly of this character than I do, since he has revealed that Landa is his personal favorite of every character he has created.
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Slow motion is used so often today that it’s easy to forget that filmmakers use it as a storytelling tool beyond making action simply look cool. A new video essay dives into the art of slow motion in film by showing how various directors like Martin Scorsese, Quentin Tarantino, Stanley Kubrick, Brian De Palma and more use the tool in different ways.
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Mondo has again teamed with filmmaker Quentin Tarantino to release a poster print for his latest film, The Hateful Eight. Created by artist Jason Edmiston, we are excited to exclusively premiere this new print, which will be offered as a timed edition — which means that unlike with the usual super limited edition Mondo prints, you’ll have an opportunity to buy one of these if you really want it. And if you like this film you won’t want to miss out. Find out the details on the timed edition and learn about a special insert that will be randomly inserted into one lucky fan’s poster tube.
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