No one asked for a spoof that merges The Hangover and The Hunger Games with additional references to Django Unchained and Ted, but that’s too bad, because we got one anyway. So here you go: the trailer for The Hungover Games, a parody film that combines drunken bachelor party antics with dystopian child warfare. Show More Summary
With the release of Django Unchained and now this more restrained slavery-era biopic, much has been made of America’s post-Obama willingness to...
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'Django Unchained' seems to have given Quentin Tarantino a taste for Westerns, as he has revealed that he's already writing another script in the genre. The post Quentin Tarantino Working on a New Western Script appeared first on Screen Rant.
Oscar-winner Quentin Tarantino says it won’t be a sequel to Django Unchained, but it will be a Western. Tarantino teased his choice for his next pic last night on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno. He was on the show to promote the DC Comics graphic novel version of Django. Check out the video:
Quentin Tarantino liked filming Django Unchained so much, that he’ll be returning to the genre for his next film. On the Tonight Show on Tuesday, the famed director revealed that his next film will be a Western, but not a sequel to Django, Variety reports. Show More Summary
Quentin Tarantino has been discussing his next film, and he has revealed that it will be another western, however he also confirmed that it won’t be a sequel to last year’s Django Unchained. Tarantino made this announcement during a visit to The Tonight Show, where he discussed his upcoming project with the show’s host, Jay... Show More Summary
It will not be a sequel to Django Unchained. Plus, the filmmaker sheds light on his writing process. [...]
It’s been almost a year since Django Unchained arrived in theaters, and fans of Quentin Tarantino are likely to be eager to know what the director has coming up next. Tarantino revealed one key piece of information about his next project on The Tonight Show last night, telling Jay Leno that he’s working on a new western. Show More Summary
Sorry, Django fans, it looks like Quentin Tarantino won’t be making a sequel anytime soon — yet he is sticking
Following the great success of Django Unchained, director Quentin Tarantino is ready for his next film. After naming The Lone Ranger as one of his 10 favorite films of 2013, the director is ready to head back into the western genre.Show More Summary
On last night's The Tonight Show, Quentin Tarantino told Jay Leno that his next movie will also be a Western, but not a sequel to 'Django Unchained.'
With Django Unchained having earned over $425 million at the worldwide box office, Quentin Tarantino is sticking with the Western genre for his next film. Appearing on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," Tarantino talked about the project. "I can't talk that much about it, but I will say one thing. Show More Summary
As our nation enters a new age of entertainment industriousness, it has become increasingly clear that everyone simply must own a slavery drama. Movies like 12 Years A Slave, Django Unchained, Lincoln, and even Lee Daniels’ The Butler...Show More Summary
Song Title: Nel Cimitero di Tucson Artist: Reverberi Brothers Genre: Orchestral Rock This piece comes to us from the Reverberi brothers, who had collaborated on it for the soundtrack of the Spaghetti Western, Django, Prepare a Coffin!. Show More Summary
"I'm just happy things like that get made and people are employed. Otherwise they wouldn't be working. At least it brought things into consciousness. So I can't really knock it." - 12 Years a Slave director Steve McQueen on Django Unchained. Given his preceding comments, this counts as #shade. Read more...
In the past year, prominent films about slavery like Lincoln, Django Unchained, and 12 Years A Slave have continued the cinematic conversation about America’s most shameful legacy. Now Breaking Bad’s Giancarlo Esposito will enter the...Show More Summary
With the recent unveiling of the cover for Django Wexler’s The Shadow Throne, the sequel to his debut novel, The Thousand Names, I thought it would be a good time to catch up with Django, who has contributed to A Dribble of Ink in the past, about his upcoming work. The Thousand Names impressed a... Read more »
Film: Nebraska (2013) Cast includes: Bruce Dern (Monster, Django Unchained), Will Forte (MacGruber), June Squibb (About Schmidt), Bob Odenkirk (Breaking Bad), Stacy Keach (American History X) Director: Alexander Payne (The Descendants, Sideways) Genre: Drama | Humor (115 minutes) The road is flat and straight... Show More Summary
"Scandal" star Kerry Washington stopped by "Chelsea Lately" on Thursday (Nov. 14) where she talked with host Chelsea Handler about everything from her "Saturday Night Live" hosting gig to "Django Unchained."