Several weeks ago, the screenplay for the next Quentin Tarantino movie, The Hateful Eight, leaked, and he shut down the project in disgust. He also filed a lawsuit against the site Gawker for posting a link to the script.
There’s a new trailer for Django Unchained that shows more of Samuel Jackson’s character in the film, and having read the script, I can tell you he’s been given a hell of a role.
Jackie Brown was Quentin Tarantino's follow up to Pulp Fiction, and it wasn't exactly well received when it hit theaters on Christmas day way back in 1997.
You know somebody had to try this after it became an enormous hit, and now it's obviously a lot easier to digitally stitch the film together on your laptop than on VCR to VCR.
When it was released on Christmas day 1997, Jackie Brown was considered somewhat of a disappointment following the successful phenomenon of Pulp Fiction.
Facebook's teamed up with Miramax to launch an app allowing users to stream movies for as little as $3 a pop.
After the ginormous success of Transformers 3, what’s next for Michael Bay?
Another huge epic that’s even bigger, louder, more bombastic and headsplitting than ever? What?
Yesterday we ran a report on the new Tarantino film, Django Unchained, a script Quentin completed in late April that has already been heavily leaked and reviewed all over the 'Net.