Twenty years after he relentlessly pursued her to appear in Pulp Fiction, Quentin Tarantino and Uma Thurman have reportedly decided to give romance a chance. See what sources say about how the timing is right and why they aren’t surprised…
Listen to “Wise Man,” the awesome Frank Ocean song Quentin Tarantino left off the Django Unchained soundtrack
Frank Ocean wrote “Wise Man” for Quentin Tarantino’s new movie Django Unchained, but while the director loved the song, he said he couldn’t find a way to fit it into the film and didn’t want to just throw it in there awkwardly. So Frank released the song himself, and it’s pretty amazing.
In the previews for Quentin Tarantino’s latest film Django Unchained, a western-themed work set in America’s south during slavery, the lead character Django, portrayed by Jamie Foxx, announces coyly that “the d is silent” in the pronunciation of his name. Following a Christmas day release it’s become abundantly clear that the n-word does not remain silent in the feature. Read what lead actor Jamie Foxx had to say about the abundance of said word and how it caused difficulties for Leonardo DiCaprio. In addition find out why fellow director Spike Lee is opposed to the film without ever having seen it.
Quentin Tarantino’s new film project Django Unchained isn’t scheduled to hit theaters until Christmas Day, but excitement is already building over the flick. A couple days ago the first official one-sheet poster surfaced in Spain, and since then The Weinstein Company have released the English version as well. And today, the studio shared the first official plot synopsis. Keep reading for all the Tarantino bread crumbage, including both versions of the one-sheet as well as the full official plot synopsis from Sony Pictures.
Quick, think of the most brutal joke you would use to explain John Travolta’s noted absence from Quentin Tarantino’s Friars Club roast yesterday. Not bad, but I GUARANTEE you that Rob Schneider’s was much more incindiary! Read on for what could prove to be the the raunchiest joke from the evening but be warned it could very well offend you.
Before the Reservoir Dogs like torturing of Tarantino began at yesterday’s hugely attended Friar’s Club Roast Cheech Marin spoke to a reporter about his relationship with Quentin as well as Cheech and Chong’s surprising influence on some of Tarantino’s most respected films including Pulp Fiction and Inglorious Basterds.
Read on for great insider info for fans of Q’s work as well as fan’s of C&C’s vinyl records!
The Annual Friar’s Club Roast got underway today at noon and this year’s dishonoree is legendary filmmaker Quentin Tarantino! An army of comic Kung Fu artists will be slicing up Tarantino with the same gratuitous aplomb as the characters in his films, but instead of guns and knives the weapon of choice will be the barbed wit of this seasoned cast of roasters that include Sarah Silverman, Kathy Griffin and roastmaster Samuel L. Jackson. Keep reading to see photos of the comedic ninjas as well as the Quent himself, seemingly in good spirits and fully prepared for the verbally violent smackdown about to take place!