Posts Tagged ‘Quentin Tarantino’

DiCaprio set for Tarantino’s Manson film

— by CRAIG SMITH — Leonardo DiCaprio will be playing an actor getting on in years in the ninth offering by Quentin Tarantino, joining Margot Robbie, with the latter reportedly being lined up to take the role of Sharon Tate. A possible Pulp Fiction-Type ensemble piece DiCaprio’s role wi[...]

Review: Django Unchained

— by SHERICE ANTOINETTE — Slavery was one of America’s egregious sins. The topic of slavery — a wound which has yet to heal entirely — is a sensitive one. Subsequently, it came of little surprise when controversy swirled around Quentin Tarantino’s spaghetti western “Dja[...]

Django Unchained Has a Release Date

— by ADAM POYNTER — As we have heard previously, Quentin Tarantino’s eighth film in his illustrious career is “Django Unchained.” And now The Weinstein Company has officially set a date for the film’s release: Dec. 25, 2012. What we know about the film so far is that it’s a[...]

Quentin Tarantino’s Next Project Revealed

— by ALEXA MILAN — He’s tackled gangster films, samurai action and historical epics and now … spaghetti westerns? It looks like that’s the genre director Quentin Tarantino will tackle next, according to details revealed during the weekend about his next project. Taranti[...]

Here’s What the Best Director Nominees Should Film Next

— by H.G. WATSON — Despite what many would claim was a weak field of films nominated for this year’s Academy for Best Picture, it was unarguably a fantastic year for the Best Director category. We all know Kathryn Bigelow was one of a handful of women ever nominated (and the only one w[...]

‘Basterds’ Earn Top Award at SAG Ceremony

— by SEAN GERSKI — While I have yet to see every movie released in 2009, I saw more than my fair share. And looking back, my feeling is that Quentin Tarantino’s “Inglourious Basterds” was the best movie released last year. How well the movie does when Oscar time arrives[...]

BAFTA Nominations Released

— by KATHLEEN COLLINS — The BAFTA nominations were released today and the nominations are pretty much what you would expect. In the requisite “apparently this movie directed itself” category is “Precious: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire.” Newcomer Lee Daniels [...]

About That Deadpool Spinoff …

— by CAM SMITH — Remember when the prospect of a “Deadpool” spinoff movie felt like a fun idea? That was before April’s super-zero non-event “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” belly-flopped into theatres, figuratively treating the character like Ned Beatty in “Deliverance” and[...]

Reservoir Turtles

Do you like the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”? How about “Reservoir Dogs”? What would happen if you combined them? This mashup trailer by YouTube user Withonea answers that question[...]

Will The Bride Return To Kill Again?

— by FRANK MORITZ — Yes, it is official (kind of). “Kill Bill, Vol. 3” is coming out (possibly). Quentin Tarantino stated at the Morelia Film Festival in Mexico recently that he wanted to make the movie: “I wanted to give Uma Thurman’s central character and her[...]

Under Review: ‘Inglourious Basterds’

— by ROB COX — From the opening scene of “Inglourious Basterds,” writer/director Quentin Tarantino establishes dialogue as the film’s driving force. Tarantino’s subtle use of seemingly meaningless chatter as a means of story and character development[...]