Reginald Hudlin sits down with CBR's Joseph Illidge for a lengthy discussion about reader expectations, "Django Unchained" and more.
Regardless of what role he plays, Samuel L. Jackson always steals the scene as the funny guy. From Stephen in Django Unchained to Nick Fury to Frozone in The Incredibles, Jackson’s uproarious delivery is unparalleled. Next, he’ll have his chance to tackle (action) comedy head on, when he co-stars along Kevin Hart in The Black Phantom. Show More Summary
When Quentin Tarantino announced some months back that he was reentering the western genre that gave us Django Unchained, obviously movie buffs were thrilled. But along the way, a script leak quickly derailed production with Tarantino… Quentin Tarantino’s ‘The Hateful Eight’ Poster Confirms 2015 Release Date is a post by Alec Banks on Highsnobiety.
Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight has taken an unusual path to production – even by Tarantino’s outside-the-box standards. For a while, this was going to be his follow-up to the Oscar-winning Django Unchained, keeping the writer-director in spaghetti Western mode. Show More Summary
Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino was at Comic-Con over the weekend to promote a crossover comic book between his titular character form Django Unchained teaming up with the swift swordsman Zorro. But of course, the discussion eventually turned to his film projects, which is where production of his western The Hateful Eight was brought up. Show More Summary
Director Quentin Tarantino hit San Diego Comic-Con to discuss his new comic book sequel/mash-up featuring 'Django Unchained' and 'Zorro'. [...]
Is there a better Comic-Con closing act than Quentin Tarantino? He’s here today to launch a Django Unchained comic book sequel, but I’m sure the crowd will prod him for details on his next movie, and you never know what you’ll hear when you put a microphone in front of Tarantino and ask the right question, or any question, really. Show More Summary
Quentin Tarantino may offer an update on 'The Hateful Eight' at Comic-Con during his 'Django Unchained'/'Zorro' comic book panel. [...]
Quentin Tarantino will join comics writer Matt Wagner on Dynamite Entertainment’s panel for its comic book sequel to the filmmaker’s Django Unchained, a crossover series that mashes up Best Original Screenplay Oscar winner Django and Zorro set to be released sometime this year via Dynamite and DC Entertainment. Show More Summary
They collaborated on screen for decades, but it seems movie magic isn't the only kind they're making!!! Confirming rumors we've been reporting for weeks, Uma Thurman & Quentin Tarantino were spotted making out Tuesday night. The dashing duo reportedly shared a truly romantic dinner at Mr. Chow in Beverly Hills and then, after killing the bill — [...]
Quentin Tarantino is set to put his trademark colorful language in the word balloons of a comic book.
We hoped that Quentin Tarantino's avenging ex-slave Django would ride again, but we never expected that he'd team up with another pop culture character. Tarantino is collaborating on a comic where Django meets up with the famed vigilante Zorro. Read more...
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. Show More Summary
As a man who clearly knows the importance of getting everything out of your slave, Quentin Tarantino has followed up his plans to develop a Django Unchained miniseries out of his unused footage with the announcement of a Django comic book—one that will team him with a fellow, vengeance-obsessed guy whose name ends in a vowel: Zorro. Show More Summary
Plans for Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight, are back on track, according to a story today at Showbiz 411. They report that the Django Unchained helmer is currently working on a rewrite of the western and has plans to put it before cameras this November with the same cast from the screenplay's recent live-reading. Show More Summary
It is amazing how popular Django Unchained is. The story was very good, it broke a lot of movie barriers, and holds the record for how many times the “N” word is used in a movie. Now, there are reports that its director, Quentin Tarantino, wants to expand on the story on television in a
Django Unchained may have hit theaters in 2012, but that doesn’t mean Quentin Tarantino is done tinkering with it. The
A new poster is revealed for the final season of 'True Blood', Quentin Tarantino is interested in releasing a four-hour 'Django Unchained' mini-series, and more! The post TV News Wrap Up: ‘True Blood’ Poster, ‘Django Unchained’ Miniseries & More appeared first on Screen Rant.
DJANGO UNCHAINED: THE SERIES?? Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! Apparently there’s enough footage on Quentin Tarantino’s cutting-room floor that QT felt comfortable telling his Friday audience at the Cannes Film Festival...Show More Summary
Quentin Tarantino hasn't stopped thinking about his Oscar-winning film "Django Unchained," even though it was released in theaters in 2012. At the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, he told audience members he'd like to turn his untold "Django"...Show More Summary