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Watch: Quentin Tarantino Supercut Highlights the Filmmaker’s Driving Shots

22 April 2015 1:08 PM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

A Quentin Tarantino film is unmistakable, and for good reason. The filmmaker has developed a signature style over the years that carries with it a number of tropes that are quintessentially Tarantino, including plenty of driving shots. With that in mind, Vimeo user Jacob T. Swinney has now taken it upon himself to put together a supercut of all the driving shots from Tarantino’s filmography, from Reservoir Dogs to Django Unchained (yes, there’s a driving shot in Django Unchained). It’s a fun video that serves to highlight Tarantino’s technique while also reinforcing his talent behind the camera, with some of the same shots being repurposed in multiple films and others serving as one-offs. It also reminds me that, while maybe not as great as the rest of his filmography, Death Proof is an underrated oddity that I must revisit soon. Watch the Quentin Tarantino supercut video below, »

- Adam Chitwood

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Rdj Walks Out Of Interview During Questions About His Past

22 April 2015 12:25 PM, PDT | www.themoviebit.com | See recent TheMovieBit news »

Krishnan Guru-Murthy has managed to do it again. After famously having his "butt shut down" by Quentin Tarantino while interviewing him for Django Unchained, you would think he's learned how to conduct himself during a movie promo interview. His latest interviewee was the ever delightful Robert Downey Jnr, who thought he was there to answer questions about Avengers: Age Of Ultron and maybe speak a little about the larger Marvel universe. While the interview starts amicably enough, it soon delves into territory that Rdj clearly isn't comfortable discussing and yet Guru-Murthy persists to push the issue. After being questioned on some of the darker aspects to his past and his father, Rdj finallly has enough and becomes the second Hollywood icon to leave Krishnan Guru-Murthy wondering where it all went wrong. Take a look for yourselves and let us know if you think Robert Downey Jnr was right to leave. »

- noreply@blogger.com (Dave Higgins)

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Watch: Get Behind The Wheel With This Supercut Of Driving Scenes In Quentin Tarantino's Films

22 April 2015 12:24 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Over the course of his career, Quentin Tarantino has not hurt for any critical/academic deconstruction of his work, but he’s only rarely celebrated for something so specific as his “driving shots.” The below supercut focuses solely on all the shots in Tarantino’s filmography that take place in or around modes of transportation. Running a breezy two-and-a-half minutes, “Tarantino: The Driving Shots” from Jacob T. Swinney covers everything from the rear projection driving shots in “Pulp Fiction” and “Kill Bill” to the period stylings of “Inglorious Basterds” and “Django Unchained” (which, despite not containing a single motor vehicle, is still represented in the supercut). The video goes to show not only how simple driving shots can be but also how they can be fertile ground to continue implementing your aesthetic as a director. Watch “Tarantino: The Driving Shots” below, then do some driving afterward while listening to pop music from the 70s. »

- Cain Rodriguez

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Watch: Actors and Directors Talk Collaborating + Actors on Acting + Directors on Directing in New 'Self Portrait' Series

21 April 2015 6:48 AM, PDT | ShadowAndAct | See recent ShadowAndAct news »

I appreciated this new series of video portraits that come courtesy of Film 4, the British television network available in the UK. Uploaded to the network's YouTube channel just yesterday, the videos feature many actors and filmmaking you know, reflecting on the creative process, sharing their their individual experiences with other artists in the process of making a film - actors like Kerry Washington and Samuel L. Jackson on working with Quentin Tarantino on "Django Unchained;" director Steve McQueen on how he works with actors in general; Zoe Saldana on being an actor and having the least amount of power in the production process; McQueen again on directing, and opening oneself »

- Tambay A. Obenson

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Jamie Foxx Singing Tinder Profiles Is Everything You Never Knew You Needed—Watch Now!

17 April 2015 11:35 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

If people are thinking twice about joining Tinder, this will definitely have them changing their minds. Jamie Foxx stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! Thursday and gave viewers a treat they never knew they needed: He sang Tinder profiles. Are you confused as to what that might entail? Well, let us explain. Jimmy Kimmel displayed several people's Tinder profiles (faces blurred) and had the "Gold Digger" rapper sing the "About Me" section of each and every one. Taking on different voices and different beats, Foxx somehow made even though most questionable characters sound somewhat appealing. Then again, we might just be dreaming about a date with the Django Unchained actor. "Let me hear you »

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The Hateful Eight Teaser Trailer Is Here: There Will Be Blood in Quentin Tarantino's Latest All-Star Epic

16 April 2015 6:14 PM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight lives! Those of of us who didn't seek out a leaked copy or have the cash to watch a live all-star reading of Tarantino's screenplay were psyched when the Oscar winner decided to go ahead and make the movie anyway, despite his ire when the script showed up online. Ultimately, instead of punishing his fans by not going forward with his planned follow-up to Django Unchained, Tarantino went and gathered the likes of Samuel L. Jackson, Kurt Russell, Channing Tatum (alas, in a small role, so not one of the Eight), Bruce Dern, Walter Goggins, Demian Bechir, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Michael Madsen and Tim Roth to see his vision through. Just as Django was a vaguely »

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Watch: Last Year's 'The Hateful Eight' Teaser Trailer Officially Online

16 April 2015 9:26 AM, PDT | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

While we're all excited about the forthcoming new trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens arriving shortly, let's not forget that there's a new Quentin Tarantino film coming later this year as well. The Hateful Eight is another western from the director of Django Unchained and Pulp Fiction, and now the teaser trailer that was attached to Sin City: A Dame to Kill For last year has officially surfaced online. Again, there's no film footage on display, but just a bunch of stylish title cards running through the title characters in the film. It'll have to do for now as we wait for any kind of first look from Tarantino's anticipated project. Here's the teaser trailer for Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight (via The Film Stage): The Hateful Eight is written and directed by Quentin Tarantino (Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, Jackie Brown, Kill Bill, Inglourious Basterds, »

- Ethan Anderton

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20 movie villains and the menacing stories they tell

15 April 2015 5:33 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

"How do you get rats off an island?" From Skyfall's Silva to Harry Lime, we took at the menacing little stories told by 20 screen villains.

Occasionally, a movie villain will pause for a moment to deliver a brief story or anecdote. And often, these apparently incidental tales tell us a lot about an antagonist's state of mind, experiences or warped worldview.

We've compiled a selection of 20 here. Some of them are blackly funny. Many are disturbing. One or two are even moving. The first one's very strange. All of them bring something unique to each particular film in which they appear, and all of them are laced with a delicious hint of menace.

20. Xander - Enemies Closer (2013)

"When I was a little boy at my grandmama's place, she had a lovely goose. I named her Edith, after the French singer Edith Piaf..."

We begin with a delightfully weird story from Peter Hyams' 2013 thriller, »

- ryanlambie

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Mip TV: Drama Dynamizes 2015 Market

12 April 2015 2:09 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Cannes – Two big “Ds” – Dramas, Digital – look set to galvanize much Croisette business, as well as multiple conference panels, at next week’s Cannes Mip TV, which catches part of the international TV business in the full flush of evolution, convulsed by ramping consolidation – Mip TV will be the first market for new joint venture Endemol Shine Group, for instance – and the ever-clearer emergence of international drama as a serious alternative to Us fare.

As the number of high-end drama escalates, competition for top-notch show-runners – mostly based out of the U.S. will become all the more bitter.

Last Wednesday, Amazon Studios aconfirmed Diego Luna to play the lead in its untitled Casanova period drama, exec produced by Electus Ent.’s Ben Silverman and Stu Zicherman. Expect further high-end drama announcements – of epics and event dramas – or first-look talent deals at 2015’s Mip TV.

Traditionally, May’ L.A. Screenings, and October’s Mipcom TV mart, »

- John Hopewell

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3 Years of SNL FCC Complaints Reveal Some People Really Didn’t Like ‘Dick in a Box’

10 April 2015 9:24 AM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

When The Atlantic analyzed complaints to the FCC for the past three years of Saturday Night Live, it made an important discovery: Many SNL viewers did not enjoy that one sketch "suggesting that men should give women their penis in a box as a present." Yes, "Dick in a Box" (which originally aired in 2006 but has been rebroadcast over the years) was one of the most frequent targets of the 100 letters the FCC received about SNL, with one viewer objecting to its "profane attempt at humor ... not funny and beyond vulgar." The inclusion of Justin Timberlake was also suspicious, the same letter-writer said, as the singer "was involved in the Janet Jackson Super Bowl stunt." It's a crotch-spiracy! Only one recent sketch received more complaints than "Dick in a Box": "Djesus Uncrossed," a Django Unchained parody that starred Christoph Waltz as a wisecracking, rampaging Jesus. "Would NBC »

- Nate Jones

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AMC Global Nabs International Rights to Daniel Wu’s ‘Into the Badlands’

9 April 2015 6:07 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

London — AMC Global has acquired the exclusive first-window international television rights to the AMC original series “Into the Badlands.”

The series is a genre-bending martial arts show inspired by the classic Chinese tale “Journey to the West.” In a land controlled by feudal barons, a warrior and a young boy embark on a journey across a dangerous land to find enlightenment.

Into the Badlands” stars Daniel Wu, who also serves as an executive producer. Wu is a Hong Kong-based Chinese-American actor, director and producer who has been featured in more than 60 films.

Series regulars also include Emily Beecham (“28 Weeks Later,” “The Village”), Sarah Bolger (“The Tudors,” “In America”) and Oliver Stark (“The Adventurer: The Curse of the Midas Box,” “My Hero”).

David Dobkin (“The Judge,” “Wedding Crashers,” “Shanghai Knights”) will be the series director.

The project was created by writers/showrunners Al Gough and Miles Millar (“Shanghai Noon,” “Smallville”). They »

- Leo Barraclough

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AMC Global Nabs International Rights to Daniel Wu’s ‘Into the Badlands’

9 April 2015 4:48 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Paris — AMC Global has acquired exclusive first-window international television rights to “Into the Badlands,” the martial-arts drama produced by AMC Studios.

The series, which comprises six, one-hour episodes, will air on AMC Global within 24 hours of its fall premiere on AMC in the U.S.

Into the Badlands” toplines Daniel Wu, a Hong Kong-based Chinese-American actor, director and producer, who has appeared in more than 60 films. The cast is completed by Emily Beecham (“28 Weeks Later,” “The Village”), Sarah Bolger (“The Tudors,” “In America”) and Oliver Stark (“The Adventurer: The Curse of the Midas Box,” “My Hero”).

The show, which is inspired by the classic Chinese tale “Journey to the West,” tells the story of a warrior and a young boy who embark on a journey across a dangerous land to find enlightenment.

David Dobkin (“The Judge,” “Wedding Crashers,” “Shanghai Knights”) will be the series director. The show is created by »

- Elsa Keslassy

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Italian cult films ‘Django’ and Dario Argento’s ‘Suspiria’ to be adapted for television

8 April 2015 9:40 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Two international producing companies, France’s Atlantique Productions and Italy’s Cattleya, have joined forces to co-develop and produce television adaptations of two cult Italian film properties.

According to Slashfilm, the two companies intend to adapt the spaghetti western icon Django based from Sergio Corbucci’s original film and Italian horror film classic Suspiria by Dario Argento which was inspired by the 1845 novel Suspiria De Profundis by Thomas De Qunicey. The companies intend for both shows be in English language and to produce twelve episode seasons with a running time up to 50 minutes per episode with the hope for multiple seasons.

The concept of Django seems well-suited for a television adaptation, being that the character of Django has become an icon of the western landscape much like a James Bond (in spy films) or a Batman (in the superhero genre), where the performer of the character has become secondary to the legend. »

- Jean Pierre Diez

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TV series based on 1966 western Django in the works

8 April 2015 10:07 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

A Django TV series is being developed.

The new show will be based on the 1966 western Django, which tells the story of a gunslinger's feud with an outlaw chief.

France's Atlantique Productions and Italy's Cattleya are developing the English language drama series together, Deadline reports.

12 episodes are planned, and the series is expected to develop over multiple seasons.

Django starred Franco Nero in the lead role, and was directed by Sergio Corbucci.

Quentin Tarantino paid tribute to the 1966 Italian western with his 2012 film Django Unchained.

Watch a trailer for Django below: »

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'Django' And 'Suspiria' TV Shows In Development

8 April 2015 9:25 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

It seems, these days, television executives aren't taking meetings with young writers to hear new pitches. Instead, they're just looking to see what properties are still out there that might have a viable idea for a series. Which leads us to two cult movies getting thrown into the TV show development pile. Screen Daily reports that French and Italian producers Atlantique Productions and Cattleya are teaming up to bring Sergio Corbucci's Franco Nero-starring spaghetti western, "Django," and Dario Argento's horror classic, "Suspiria," to the small screen. Both titles have swirled around recently in the pop culture sphere, the former as one of the key influences on Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" (Franco Nero even had a small role), while David Gordon Green tried to mount a remake of Argento's, only to see it fall apart. So what will these shows bring to the table? Read More: 10 Movies »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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'Django' And 'Suspiria' TV Shows In Development

8 April 2015 9:25 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

It seems, these days, television executives aren't taking meetings with young writers to hear new pitches. Instead, they're just looking to see what properties are still out there that might have a viable idea for a series. Which leads us to two cult movies getting thrown into the TV show development pile. Screen Daily reports that French and Italian producers Atlantique Productions and Cattleya are teaming up to bring Sergio Corbucci's Franco Nero-starring spaghetti western, "Django," and Dario Argento's horror classic, "Suspiria," to the small screen. Both titles have swirled around recently in the pop culture sphere, the former as one of the key influences on Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" (Franco Nero even had a small role), while David Gordon Green tried to mount a remake of Argento's, only to see it fall apart. So what will these shows bring to the table? Read More: 10 Movies »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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'Django' and Dario Argento's 'Suspiria' Getting Classy TV Series Remakes

8 April 2015 9:23 AM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

In a watershed deal for the Italian television industry, two production companies have inked a development and production pact to turn the spaghetti western "Django" and the Dario Argento-directed occult horror film "Suspiria" into international TV series. French television producer Atlantique Productions and top Italian indie production company Cattleya will first re-imagine Sergio Corbucci's 1966 western — which of course spawned Quentin Tarantino's own homage, the slave revenge western "Django Unchained," along with a bevy of sequels and spinoffs— "with the grit and edginess of modern television dramas," per a press release. The overseas producers will then jump into the "smart horror" parade with "Suspiria De Profundis," from the 19th century Thomas De Quincey novel that influenced Dario Argento's stylish, seminal 1977 giallo horror. Though directors, showrunners and casts have yet to be unveiled, Argento will serve as »

- Ryan Lattanzio

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'Django' and Dario Argento's 'Suspiria' Getting Classy TV Series Remakes

8 April 2015 9:23 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

In a watershed deal for the Italian television industry, two production companies have inked a development and production pact to turn the spaghetti western "Django" and the Dario Argento-directed occult horror film "Suspiria" into international TV series. French television producer Atlantique Productions and top Italian indie production company Cattleya will first re-imagine Sergio Corbucci's 1966 western — which of course spawned Quentin Tarantino's own homage, the slave revenge western "Django Unchained," along with a bevy of sequels and spinoffs— "with the grit and edginess of modern television dramas," per a press release. The overseas producers will then jump into the "smart horror" parade with "Suspiria De Profundis," from the 19th century Thomas De Quincey novel that influenced Dario Argento's stylish, seminal 1977 giallo horror. Though directors, showrunners and casts have yet to be unveiled, Argento will serve as...

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- Ryan Lattanzio

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Sergio Corbucci's Django Heads For TV

8 April 2015 8:16 AM, PDT | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

Sorry, Quentin Tarantino fans, but the characters from Django Unchained are not headed for our telly boxes any time soon, at least outside of the movie showing on Netflix etc. Still, a French TV company wants to turn the idea of the 1966 inspiration for Qt’s film and a version of Dario Argento’s Suspiria into TV series.Django would reimagine Sergio Corbucci's cult 1960s Western, which helped turn Franco Nero into an icon and saw the coffin-dragging gunslinger take on a bandit chief. The concept was potent enough to spawn sequels, spin-offs and homages, which included Tarantino’s 2012 effort. It will be an English-language show with plans for an initial season of 12 episodes running 50 minutes each and, if successful, multiple follow-ups.There’s a similar hope for Suspiria, which would transform 19th century writer Thomas De Quincey’s Suspiria De Profundis into a series, working from the same »

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"Suspiria" TV Movie In The Works

8 April 2015 7:29 AM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

TV series adaptations of both the Dario Argento supernatural classic "Suspiria" and Sergio Corbucci's cult 1966 western "Django" are reportedly in development over at France's Atlantique Productions and Italy's Cattleya.

Both shows would be English-language and score an initial season of twelve hour-long episodes with potential follow-up seasons.

"Django" is described as a re-imagining of the story of first film, about a coffin-dragging gunslinger’s feud with a bandit chief. That film spawned numerous sequels and homages including Tarantino's "Django Unchained".

"Suspiria De Profundis" will be a new adaptation of Thomas De Quincey's novel of the same name which inspired Argento's 1977 masterpiece. Argento himself will serve as the series' artistic supervisor.

Whilst Argento's film was psychadelic supernatural tale set in a remote Bavarian dance academy which turns out to be a coven, the new series will be set in London and Rome at the turn of the 20th century »

- Garth Franklin

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