Director Quentin Tarantino has been under a lot of well-deserved fire in recent days, both for his treatment of Uma Thurman during the making of Kill Bill, and for the sickening comments he made during an interview with Howard Stern back in 2003 that resurfaced recently to remind us all what a sexist toolbag he can be, despite creating nuanced female characters. Now, he's apologizing for the latter. Great?Read More
Quentin Tarantino Tries to Explain the Kill Bill Crash, But There Is No Good Explanation for His Old Interview About Polanski
Two Quentin Tarantino interviews surfaced today: one brand-new piece in which he responds to the story of Uma Thurman's Kill Bill car crash, and another, older interview with Howard Stern in which he says that Roman Polanski's victim "wanted to have it" and that statutory rape is "not rape."Read More
In a recent interview with The New York Times, Uma Thurman claims that Harvey Weinstein assaulted her and that director Quentin Tarantino forced her to perform a dangerous stunt, despite her protests, that left her neck "permanently damaged."Read More
Our friends in geekery over at Nerdist have put together a speculative Quentin Tarantino's Star Trek, using existing footage from the original series.Read More
Tarantino Star Trek Film Finds Its Writer in Mark L. Smith, Maintaining a Masculine Hold on Trek Films
I already had mixed feelings about the Star Trek film in development being produced by J.J. Abrams and directed by Quentin Tarantino. Well, Paramount and Bad Robot have set a writer for the project. Now? My feelings are in a goddamn blender.Read More
Make it so!
I'm not necessarily interested in a Quentin Tarantino Star Trek movie—though I'm willing to keep an open mind—but mark me down as a very strong "yes, please" when it comes to the desire to see Patrick Stewart return to the role of Jean-Luc Picard, along with the rest of Next Generation. It's too early to say yet whether that's in the cards, but Stewart, at least, seems equally enthusiastic.Read More
The rumors appear to be rumors no longer: Quentin Tarantino's "Star Trek" pitch has achieved warp five speeds, with potential writers screened and Paramount seemingly agreeing to the director's requirement that the film be R-rated.Read More
Quentin Tarantino and J.J. Abrams Assemble Writing Team for New Star Trek Movie … but Should They Tho?
I love ice cream. I love tortellini Alfredo. I love pizza. I don't necessarily want to stick all three things in a blender and drink it. Not all great tastes taste great together. Enter Quentin Tarantino, J.J. Abrams, and Star Trek.Read More
"I knew enough to do more than I did," he said, "There was more to it than just the normal rumors, the normal gossip. It wasn’t secondhand. I knew he did a couple of these things."Read More
If he even ever knew.
While addressing a crowd of folks who like to call themselves "Values Voters" but mostly just hate on LGBTQIA people, Trump mentioned that he'd met with the President of the US Virgin Islands. The President of the US Virgin Islands is Donald Trump.Read More
Quentin Tarantino is reportedly lining up the cast for his next movie: a take on the real-life Manson Family murders of the late 1960s. This will be the first time he's choosing to work with real-life events, and some of us are more than a little concerned.Read More
Plans are in the works for a potential spin-off from Winchester world that would star Kim Rhodes' character, Sheriff Jody Mills.Read More
"Drop the mic. Boom. Tell everybody, 'Match that sh-t.'"
Some fans might be eager for Quentin Tarantino to take the reins on the director-less Deadpool 2, but the man himself has confirmed that he's sticking to his rule of "ten and done"--meaning his next two films will be his last before he rides off into the sunset of retirement.Read More
In the directorial vacuum that's emerged since Tim Miller dropped out of directing Deadpool 2, a fan-backed contender could soon emerge.Read More
Funko is coming out with a new Ghostbusters line, which will feature the four new additions to the ghostbusting team as well as hot receptionist Kevin and two new characters called Rowan's Ghost and Gertrude Eldridge. Yay!Read More
So we're like, one step away from a theme park now, right?
Leave it to Tarantino to brilliantly deconstruct the idea of a movie while building up a movie universe of his own. It all just makes so much sense.Read More
The Hateful Eight has already been performed as a staged reading, back in 2014 when the film script was leaked online and Quentin Tarantino was debating whether or not to go ahead and make the film. Now that the film has been made, released, and is making the rounds for Oscar season, Tarantino has expressed interest in bringing The Hateful Eight to the stage for real.Read More
2 1/2 out of 5 Stars
Quentin Tarantino can’t seem to understand that even if bits and pieces work, simplicity and fine-tuning might have been better than throwing everything on the screen.Read More
We're thrilled that Luke Cage is being brought to life on Netflix by the amazing Mike Colter. Imagine, if you will, an alternate universe in which Quentin Tarantino made the Luke Cage movie he wanted to make in the 1990s. *shudders*Read More
Quentin Tarantino's got a bone to pick with Disney. Apparently he believes they edged him out of showing his new movie, The Hateful Eight, in Los Angeles' Arclight Cinemas Cinerama Dome.Read More