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The Beowulf Myth Is Reborn In A New Spanish Graphic Novel On Par With A Tarantino Film

By José Luis del Río Fortich Beowulf is the longest epic poem in Old English, the language spoken in Anglo-Saxon England before the Norman Conquest. Tolkien himself, who translated the 11th-century poem Beowulf, called the story “laden with history, leading …

Quentin Tarantino To Direct Live Version Of His New Western, The Hateful Eight

I hope this goes well, everybody has a ball and the rapturous reception encourages Tarantino to restart the process of getting The Hateful Eight before 70mm cameras and into our eyes.

Rumor Has It Quentin Tarantino Is Back At Work On The Hateful Eight

Consider all this rumor and hearsay for now. But still, it’s hope, isn’t it?

When Quentin Tarantino, Peter Jackson, Tom Cruise, Kiera Knightley, Martin Scorcese, Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hanks And More Got The Clap

I have to say Sean Bean doesn’t look too happy. But everyone else seems to get into the spirit of things. The current playing advert on Film4 for its series of filmmaker and actor interviews…

Tarantino Planned To Shoot The Hateful Eight In Large-Format 70mm

I sincerely hope that Tarantino has a change of heart, a U-turn on his U-turn, and puts the picture back on track.

The Taiwanese Take On Tarantino And The Hateful Eight

When you want to understand a complex news story, there’s only one place to turn. Taiwanese animators!  

Quentin Tarantino Shelves His Western, The Hateful Eight, And He’s Calling Out The People He Blames

His plan now is to publish The Hateful Eight as a novel and then maybe make it into a movie in a few years. That’s an interesting reaction.

Douchey Cat Dishes on DC Comics’ Move Westward – Look! It Moves! By Adi Tantimedh

Adi Tantimedh writes: So everyone is pretty much convinced that DC Comics moving its editorial offices out to California is a big game-changer in the comics industry in the coming years. For one thing, the location of both Marvel and …

Quentin Tarantino’s Next Is The Hateful Eight, A Western With Parts For Bruce Dern And Christoph Waltz

According to Deadline, Quentin Tarantino is currently undergoing the process of showing his latest script, a western believed to be called The Hateful Eight, to actors he wants to play parts. His goal, apparently, is to get feedback from the …

Quentin Tarantino Explains Why His Next Film Will Be Another Western

Quentin Tarantino and Jay Leno sat down last night for a chat about the upcoming collected edition of the Django Unchained comics and, as it happens, a good deal more.

Quentin Tarantino’s Surprise List Of His Ten Favourite Films Of 2013 So Far

The great shame is that there’s no context provided. Some of these films took a real critical whupping and they could use the love.

UPDATE: Joe Dante Says Quentin Tarantino Isn’t Going To Play Roger Corman In Biopic The Man With The Kaleidoscope Eyes

Previously, Colin Firth was set to take up the lead role in Joe Dante’s Roger Corman biopic, The Man With The Kaleidoscope Eyes. There’s been a somewhat dramatic change of plans.

Weinsteins To Finally Produce Long-Promised Remakes Of Chinese Classics – Is Tarantino Still Set To Direct?

Tarantino was attached to direct one of these films and now he… he probably isn’t. He certainly isn’t writing it in any case.

Now Is The Time To Buy Django Unchained On Blu-Ray (If You Can Play US Discs)

Importers be warned that this disc is locked to Zone A players as the film had different distributors in different countries.

From Dusk Til Dawn To Become A New TV Series

Also, Univision are planning something with Robert Orci and Alex Kurtzman

Weinsteins Order That Django Unchained Toys Are Pulled From Shelves, Prices Skyrocket Stupidly

Complaints included a call for a boycott from the Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network.

Walton Goggins On Django Unchained, Justified, GI Joe And His New TV Series About An American Abroad

Seems like a top bloke.

Quentin Tarantino Planning Django Unchained And inglourious Basterds Spin-Off, Killer Crow

It’s safe to say Quentin Tarantino isn’t a fan of John Ford, and it all seems to hinge on just one of his film making decisions. An acting one, in fact. The decision to play a Klansman in DW Griffith’s …