This week marked the release of Shaft: Imitation of Life, the second miniseries about the legendary private eye from Dynamite, and if you somehow missed out on the first series --- one of last year's best minis --- then here's a bit of good timing for you. Show More Summary
Django was fake, Robert Smalls was a real life black hero. Robert Smalls was enslaved and working on a ship used by the Confederate forces during the Civil War. In a daring escape past Fort Sumter, he sailed the ship
If you're half as excited as Django is about the new Blabbermouth, you're in for the ride of your life! Mary Seton This week, Arts & Music Editor Sean Nelson fills in for Eli Sanders, who is gearing up for the release of his book, While the City Slept. Show More Summary
A bounty hunter, an escaped slave, a 19th century wilderness with pockets of benighted "civilization" — it's not the latest Quentin Tarantino extravaganza, but it's at least as interested in bigotry and bad behavior as "Django Unchained" and "The Hateful Eight," and mordantly witty to boot. "Aferim!,"...
Jamie Foxx might have played the villain in the most recent "Spiderman" movie, but he went into full hero mode to save a man's life on Monday. According to TMZ, the "Django Unchained" star heard a car crash outside of his home in Hidden...Show More Summary
Activision Blizzard continues to put the puzzle pieces in place for its studio to turn video game properties like Call of Duty and Skylanders into movies and TV shows. The mega-publisher announced Wednesday that Stacey Sher, the award-winning...Show More Summary
Video game giant Activision Blizzard Inc. has hired "The Hateful Eight" producer Stacey Sher to help lead its budding movie and television studio. Sher — whose producing credits also include "Django Unchained" and "Erin Brockovich" — has taken on the role of co-president of Activision Blizzard...
Jamie Foxx will star alongside Taron Egerton. Read the full article on AICN Taron Egerton and Jamie Foxx as Robin Hood and Little John, eh? That’s what’s going down in Otto Bathurst’s upcoming ROBIN HOOD: ORIGINS (shit title), which...Show More Summary
As Django star Jamie Foxx might say, "Blame it on the a-a-a-a-a-alcohol!" Quentin Tarantino delivered a touching speech on behalf of The Hateful Eight's composer Ennio Morricone when the film took home the Golden Globe for Best Original Score at Sunday's awards show. The director praised the composer on stage, detailing how special this win was because [...]
How Tarantino replies to his own historical revisionism. Read more...
Maximus, The Bride, Django, and now Hugh Glass.
Because elements of Quentin Tarantino's stories interconnect, each of his movies is like a time capsule, cherry-picking minutiae from previous (or future) films to create a shared universe in which, say, Mia Wallace describes the Deadly...Show More Summary
A look at why THIS is Tarantino's best character. Read more...
Tue 05 Jan Sydney's a buzzing with great bands tonight – you can catch Foals and Django Django over at the Hordern, then on the other side of town, Disclosure...
CBS and Paramount sue over crowdfunded fan film, Quentin Tarantino sued over Django Unchained and Google to change Java API in Android.
Quentin Tarantino is being sued for stealing ideas that helped create Django Unchained. There’s claims that Django’s plot is stolen from the script titled “Freedom” – stolen so much that
Now that the police unions have abandoned their bizarre, supervillain-esque plot to take down Quentin Tarantino, it’s someone else’s turn to put a metaphorical target on his back. Just his new film The Hateful Eight rolls into theaters,...Show More Summary
We're not sure anyone would argue that Quentin Tarantino's hit film Django Unchained was anything terribly special where the plot is concerned. After all, Tarantino's films are all about character development, dialogue and the details. Show More Summary
Film director Quentin Tarantino, Columbia Pictures and The Weinstein Company stand accused of copyright infringement relating to the 2012 film Django Unchained. Quentin Tarantino is probably hoping to make millions from his latest Christmas release film The Hateful Eight and it looks like he’ll likely need to, as he is now faced with a copyright... Show More Summary
It's been a little while since we've heard of a suit claiming a big ticket film had stolen its story from a lesser known writer's work. Yet, like an ill timed New Year's Eve present, Quentin Tarantino has found himself on the business...Show More Summary