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Quentin Tarantino Explains His Love For 'The Lone Ranger'

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by Mike Sampson October 10, 2013 @ 12:29 PM
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Quentin Tarantino surprised many earlier this week when he released a list of his favorite movies of the year and on that list, along with Oscar frontrunners like 'Gravity' and 'Blue Jasmine,' was the Razzie frontrunner 'The Lone Ranger.' As we all wondered aloud, "How could this be?," Mr. Tarantino has arrived, as if on cue, to explain exactly how it be, defending his choice of 'The Lone Ranger' as one of the best movies of 2013.

Quentin Tarantino's Top 10 Movies of 2013, Including...'The Lone Ranger'?

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by Mike Sampson October 7, 2013 @ 9:11 AM
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He's arguably one of the best filmmakers working today. He's also (arguably) one of the best film critics in his spare time. So, when Quentin Tarantino shares his list for the best movies of any particular time period, we take notice.
Today, we have word on what Tarantino considers his top 10 movies of 2013 and while some selections won't surprise you ('Gravity'), others ('The Lone Ranger'??) will.

See the Cast of 'True Romance' Then and Now

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by Britt Hayes August 14, 2013 @ 10:00 AM
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Directed by Tony Scott and based on the first script Quentin Tarantino ever wrote, the 1993 film 'True Romance' follows the story of Clarence, a video store employee who marries a hooker and steals her boss' cocaine, leading the two on a dangerous adventure through LA. 20 years later, we take a look back at the all-star cast of this film and see what they're up to now.

Will Smith on the Real Reason Why He Turned Down 'Django Unchained'

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by Mike Sampson March 25, 2013 @ 9:37 AM
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Quentin Tarantino wrote 'Django Unchained' with Will Smith in mind to star and Smith was the first actor Tarantino approached with the script. So why didn't Will Smith star in the film? We've heard previously from Smith who said he had some "issues" with the script but never heard what those issues were. Now the actor has explained and, well, at least he's being honest.

What 'Django Unchained' Vet Said They Would Never Work With Quentin Tarantino Again?

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by Mike Sampson March 15, 2013 @ 11:40 AM
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When Quentin Tarantino sets out to make a film, there are actors falling all over themselves to be cast in the film. It appears to be such an enjoyable and fulfilling experience that many actors make return trips to Tarantino's universe (just ask Christoph Waltz who won two Oscars for his work in Tarantino's films). But there's one person who worked with Tarantino on 'Django Unchained' who isn't eager to ever work with the director again. Who is it and why? Let's find out.

'Django Unchained' DVD Release Date Announced

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by Mike Sampson February 6, 2013 @ 10:49 AM
'Django Unchained' is one of those movies that gets better with every viewing and coming this spring, you'll be able to own the film on DVD and Blu-ray and watch Quentin Tarantino's latest film as often as you like. Get your pre-orders ready because we can exclusively report that 'Django Unchained' will hit DVD and Blu-ray on April 16th.

About That Time Daniel Day-Lewis Almost Starred in 'Pulp Fiction'

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by Eric Walkuski January 30, 2013 @ 10:00 AM
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Quentin Tarantino's 'Pulp Fiction' is one of the undisputed classics of modern cinema; one of those movie everyone can remember seeing for the first time, a movie that seems like it's always been here with us. But a fascinating article in Vanity Fair has revealed that the 'Pulp Fiction' we know and love almost looked very different. For example, how about Oscar-winner Daniel Day-Lewis instead of John Travolta?
Get the intriguing behind-the-scenes story after the break. (Tasty burger optional.)

Watch Quentin Tarantino Let Loose on a Journalist Over Gun Violence in Movies

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by Eric Walkuski January 11, 2013 @ 10:28 AM
Violence in pop culture and its relation to real-life violence and 'Django Unchained': these are white hot controversies streaming through the public discourse right now. And they've just rammed into each other in captivating fashion in an interview between 'Django' writer-director Quentin Tarantino and British journalist Krishnan Guru-Murthy. This is must-see TV, folks.

Watch Quentin Tarantino's Pop Culture References From Movies...in 6 Minutes

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by Nick Romano January 3, 2013 @ 10:15 AM
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There are way too many incredible Quentin Tarantino movie scenes to list them all, but what about that one from 'Kill Bill,' where Uma Thurman and Lucy Liu exchange a quiet "Trix are for Kids" line before the storm of samurai swords? Or how about Thurman, again, turning to John Travolta outside the Jack Rabbit Slim's in 'Pulp Fiction' and saying, "An Elvis man should love it."
Tarantino, who recently experienced the theatrical debut of his latest project 'Django Unchained,' loves to insert pop culture references in all his films. If you thought it was nearly impossible to document every single one he's ever been made... well, you might be right. However, there's now a supercut of most of these said references in one convenient six-minute video.