In 2011, the Spoke Art Gallery in San Francisco, CA came up with the great, simple idea for an art show. Take the wildly varied films of two of the most eclectic and revered filmmakers out there, and mash them together. The result, Quentin vs Coen, opens yet again Saturday July 5.
Quentin Tarantino and The Coen Brothers are obviously successful, talented filmmakers. But what makes them so similar to each other is how different they continue to be. From film to film to film, audiences never know what they’re going to get when they sit down for a Tarantino or Coen Brothers film. A film noir masked as a stoner comedy, a murder mystery set in Minnesota, a series of stories told out of order, a near four hour samurai movie. The sky is the limit.
And that’s reflected in the art show, too. The huge scope of films made by these filmmakers, filled with iconic imagery and classic characters, is paradise for an artist looking to do something different. Below, we’ve got a small sampling of what’s in store for the show, as well as information on how you can attend and buy online. Read More »
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The original script for Django Unchained was adapted into comic book form in 2013, and now Django is making a return to comic pages. Even better, his creator, Quentin Tarantino, will join the list of film directors who have dabbled in comics. Tarantino is co-writing a story that will match up Django and Zorro, to be co-published by Dynamite Entertainment and DC. Read More »
The result we hoped for when Quentin Tarantino staged his live-read of The Hateful Eight script looks like it will come to pass. A new report says Tarantino has fully revived plans to make the movie, and will now shoot The Hateful Eight late this fall, starting in November. Much of the cast from the live read will reportedly be on board. Read More »
Posted on Friday, May 23rd, 2014 by Angie Han
It’s not so unusual for movies to get an extended director’s cut on Blu-ray, but Quentin Tarantino hopes to take things one step further with Django Unchained. During a Cannes event, the filmmaker revealed that he wants to turn the 2012 Western into a four-hour miniseries by adding back the extra material he’d cut for the theatrical release. Hit the jump to read his comments.
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There isn’t even a movie at this point, but there is a poster for Quentin Tarantino‘s The Hateful Eight. Granted, since there isn’t a movie (or a cast, or a plan for a movie) this Hateful Eight poster is pretty basic. It is related to the live-read staged by Tarantino a couple weeks ago, as a benefit for Film Independent in Los Angeles.
In fact, the poster itself is a part of the fundraising effort for Film Independent. Matt Owen designed the one-sheet, which you can see in full below. Read More »
It seems like the best hope for Quentin Tarantino‘s live read of The Hateful Eight — that working on the staged reading of the script would revive the director’s interest in making a film — could become a reality. On Saturday night at the Ace Hotel in Los Angeles, the director assembled a cast of “Tarantino Superstars” to perform a one-time reading of the first draft of his western The Hateful Eight. He had famously planned to shoot the film this year, but scrapped that plan after a first draft of the script leaked online.
While there is no hard and fast plan to make the movie just yet, Tarantino did announce at the reading that he is writing a second draft and is planning to follow through with a third. Read More »
One of the biggest easter eggs in Captain America: The Winter Soldier has to do with Pulp Fiction. Yes, the 1994 Quentin Tarantino masterpiece. Towards the end of the film there’s a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it reference to the film that either gets huge laughs from an audience, or total silence if they don’t have time to figure it out.
Where exactly this happens is a bit of a spoiler so, below, we’ll describe it and let directors Anthony and Joe Russo tell you how this Pulp Fiction Captain America reference came to be. Read More »
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As a film, Quentin Tarantino‘s western The Hateful Eight is dead. (Or it may not be, but don’t queue up for tickets any time soon.) The script, however, will come to life on stage at LACMA thanks to Film Independent. That’s the same outfit that promotes Jason Reitman’s Live Read series, which we’ve covered many times in the past. Now Film Independent has scheduled the ultimate Live Read, as Quentin Tarantino will direct The Hateful Eight once, live, on stage. Read More »