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Hateful Eight 70mm

Even if you don’t understand the exact technical intricacies of 35mm, 70mm, and various digital formats, you should trust the filmmakers you love not only know them, but truly care about the difference the production and exhibition method makes for you, the paying customer. People like Paul Thomas Anderson, Christopher Nolan, and Quentin Tarantino don’t just care about what medium they… Continue reading How to Watch a Longer Cut of Quentin Tarantino's 'The Hateful Eight' Two Weeks Early

In a great new interview at Vulture that everyone must read in full, Quentin Tarantino talks about everything from his favorite TV shows and copycats of his work to the contemporary relevance of his latest, The Hateful Eight, and which big-budget Hollywood movies he wishes he made. Here are the most important things we learned:

1. The Hateful Eight will accidentally feel contemporary

Although he says… Continue reading 8 Interesting Things We Learned From Quentin Tarantino's Must-Read Interview

Quentin Tarantino arrived in San Diego today with The Hateful Eight in tow. Literally, he and the actors playing the titular octet all flew into town on a private jet, as seen here (see more via the same twitter):

– Tarantino revealed that he used 70mm lenses previously employed for Ben-Hur and It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World. He shot and will release the Western in the large… Continue reading See a New Poster For 'The Hateful Eight' and Learn More From Quentin Tarantino's Comic-Con Panel

Django Unchained

Quentin Tarantino: Appearing at industry trade show the American Film Market to promote international sales of his upcoming Western The Hateful Eight, director Quentin Tarantino spoke expansively about 70 mm film vs. digital projection, his source of inspiration for his latest epic (’60s TV shows) as well as his own career plans: “If I get to the 10th [film], do… Continue reading Movie News: Quentin Tarantino Talks Retirement; Final, Apocalyptic 'Exodus: Gods and Kings' Trailer

Comic book imprint Dynamite Entertainment publishes adaptations of popular cult franchises in other media — including the Army of Darkness, Terminator and RoboCop graphic novels. For the company’s tenth anniversary, the publisher is issuing the first-ever sequel to a Quentin Tarantino movie, called Django Meets Zorro. It’ll hit stores this November.

Website Collider recently spoke with Tarantino and writer Matt Wagner