Is Will Smith looking to make up for balking at starring in Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained by starring in a remake of one of the biggest landmarks in the Western canon? Smith has signed to produce and star in the remake of Sam Peckinpah’s The Wild Bunch, which Warner Bros. has been trying to kickstart for [...]
The long saga of whether Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained would ever be screened in China has ended, not with a bang but with a flop. [ more › ]
"The 3 Bits” has all the ingredients of must-watch queer entertainment.
Disco the parakeet makes more pop culture references than a Seth MacFarlane movie produced by Quentin Tarantino. Though he might mix up some of his catchphrases from time to time. More here. Hat Tip Link
Quentin Tarantino‘s Django Unchained re-opened yesterday in China to disappointing numbers after it was yanked suddenly from the country’s theaters last month. Some “minor changes” were made, according to Shanghai’s UME Cineplex. The re-do reportedly is three minutes shorter, with nudity scenes omitted. Show More Summary
BEIJING — Quentin Tarantino's violent slave-revenge movie "Django Unchained" returned to Chinese theaters on Sunday, about a month after it was pulled on opening day...
Quentin Tarantino's violent slave-revenge movie "Django Unchained" returned to Chinese theaters on Sunday, about a month after it was pulled on opening day for unspecified "technical reasons."
Just caught the new video for Vitalic's track "Fade Away" which is very Quentin Tarantino/Guy Ritchie-esque. Lots of violence. Even better than the video, I'm really digging the track which has a big booming dance floor sound. Can't wait to play it out in my sets. Show More Summary
Quentin Tarantino’s bloody slave revenge epic “Django Unchained” fought off gangsters, ghosts and a tsunami to hang on to the No. 1 spot in DVD sales and rentals -- for the second week running. Also, with “Jurassic Park 3-D” in theaters...Show More Summary
Christoph Waltz has decided to take a break from winning Academy Awards and direct his first opera production, according to a recent article in The Los Angeles Times. The Quentin Tarantino favorite, who has appeared in Inglourious Basterds and Django Unchained, will helm a new production of Der Rosenkavalier by Richard Strauss, the newspaper reported. [...]Show More Summary
Nobody ever expected the Quentin Tarantino / Robert Rodriguez experiment known as Grindhouse (aka "Death Proof" / "Planet Terror") to spawn a resurgence in the popularity of the grungy exploitation flicks of the 1970s -- which makes sense, because it didn't. Show More Summary
In Wednesday's evening roundup: reading the city's star chart, a problem parklet on Haight, internet detox, Quentin Tarantino's red Chevy Malibu, that 16th Street Jack Spade and authenticity at Miss Ollie's. [ more › ]
Director Quentin Tarantino’s fiery slave-revenge story “Django Unchained” broke out atop the DVD and Blu-ray sales and rentals charts, knocking holdovers “The Bible” and “Life of Pi” off their perches.
Quentin Tarantino's classic car, driven by John Travolta's character in Pulp Fiction, was being stripped down in Victorville, Calif., report says
On April 11, Chinese authorities pulled Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained on the morning of its release, citing technical reasons. A trending report on Sina Weibo said that the film, which was set to be the director’s debut in Chinese...Show More Summary
Quentin Tarantino's "Pulp Fiction" '65 Chevy has been through the wringer since it was stolen nearly 2 decades ago... but it's no worse for the wear... because the current owner spent more than $20,000 to restore it!TMZ broke the story... the red…
Nearly two decades after it was stolen, a cherry red 1964 Chevelle Malibu belonging to Quentin Tarantino—and driven by John Travolta in Pulp Fiction—has been recovered near Oakland, ending years in which Tarantino was, ironically, the victim of someone stealing his style. Show More Summary
Pulp Fiction's very famous 1964 Chevy Chevelle Malibu was stolen from outside Quentin Tarantino's house mid-production in 1994. Now, by random chance, it's been found in the Oakland area and will be/has been returned to Tarantino, who owns it (along...
Quentin Tarantino fans will likely remember Vincent Vega's cherry 1964 Chevrolet Malibu Convertible in Pulp Fiction. In a movie drenched in automotive references, the Malibu is very nearly a character in and of itself, and it serves as the subject of Vega's soliloquy about the kind of man who vandalizes another's automobile. Show More Summary