Though fans might not be up for the double (and possible multiple) dipping that the Quentin Tarantino box set 'Tarantino XX: 8-Films' collection represents, it's no surprise that they were able to cut a trailer that makes you want to have a QT movie marathon a couple seconds after it finishes.
If you're dreading taking part in all the necessary familial obligations required of you this Thanksgiving, you can now take comfort in the knowledge that escape is possible at the hands of Quentin Tarantino and the absolutely unreal Blu-ray collection being released dedicated to his films on November 20th.
'Kill Bill, Vo. 1' will live on in movie infamy as being one of Quentin Tarantino's most kick-ass works of cinema. Uma Thurman became that one woman every guy would leave their wives for and who every wife would turn into if their men left them for Uma. It was the hack-and-slash movie of 2003, but it was only recently that some brand new behind-the-scenes photos were released to the world.
So the Sight & Sound poll was a big deal this week. If you missed it, it's the once-a-decade list of the top 50 films as voted by critics from around the world. But what about directors? We've got a look at the all-time top 10 lists from some of the greats, like Quentin Tarantino, Martin Scorsese, Woody Allen, and more.
Looks like Quentin Tarantino's upcoming 'Django Unchained' is big enough to get its own own panel inside Comic-Con 2012's Hall H, which previously housed large panels by Disney, Sony and 'The Walking Dead,' to name just a few. Well, when you add names like Leonardo DiCaprio, Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz and Samuel L. Jackson to Tarantino, it's bound to get some special attention.
'Django Unchained' is already ramping up its marketing campaign despite not hitting theaters until Christmas. Last night during the BET Awards, Quentin Tarantino and The Weinstein Co. debuted an extended :60 TV spot for the film with some new footage (including new looks at Leonardo DiCaprio and Samuel L. Jackson).
The trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Django Unchained’ showed us something we haven’t seen before: A sadistic side of Leonardo DiCaprio. Oh, we’ve see DiCaprio unhinged before. Scorsese taps into an animalistic side of the Oscar-nominated actor at regular intervals. (Rent ‘Shutter Island’ or ‘Gangs of New York’ for examples.) But the Leo on display in Tarantino’s film is … different. He’s crazy. And he’s loving it.