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clarkkentglasses Comics on Film: What Quentin Tarantino Got Wrong About Clark Kent

Last year, Man of Steel proved to be a commercially successful reinvigoration of the Superman film franchise. It wasn’t a critical darling, and the reaction to the film by Superman comics fans can likely be generously described as “mixed.” If you began a debate surrounding the film in a comic book store, you’d likely find both ardent defenders and detractors of the finished product. The usual suspects… Continue reading Comics on Film: What Quentin Tarantino Got Wrong About Clark Kent

Ghostbusters Claymation 3 (585 x 390) Ghostbusters Meets Quentin Tarantino in this Awesome Lee Hardcastle Claymation Mash up

Since it seems like we may never see a Ghostbusters 3 on the big screen (and honestly, we’re okay with that), this cool new Claymation short might be the next best thing – particularly if you love our ghost-busting pals from the original film and the work of Quentin Tarantino.

Lee Hardcastle has crafted Ghostbusters Volume 3









493362389 Quentin Tarantino Declares Digital Projection the Death of CinemaA press conference was held at the Cannes Film Festival to… Continue reading Quentin Tarantino Declares Digital Projection 'the Death of Cinema'

pulpfiction1 Watch Quentin Tarantino Discuss the Deleted Scenes in Pulp Fiction

The Library of Congress just announced the movie titles that will be added to the National Film Registry to be preserved for their cultural, historical or cinematic significance. One of the 25 films belongs to Quentin Tarantino: Pulp Fiction. The Library welcomed the director’s highly stylized and violent tale as it marks a milestone in independent cinema — and well, because it’s fun to watch.

With a… Continue reading Watch Quentin Tarantino Discuss the Deleted Scenes in 'Pulp Fiction'

LOS ANGELES — “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” continues to rule them all at the box office, staying on top for a third-straight week and capping a record-setting $ 10.8 billion year in moviegoing.

The Warner Bros. fantasy epic from director Peter Jackson, based on the beloved J.R.R. Tolkien novel, made nearly $ 33 million this weekend, according to Sunday studio estimates, despite serious competition from some much-anticipated newcomers. It’s now… Continue reading 'Django Unchained' Box Office: Quentin Tarantino Film Beats Out 'Les Mis'