Wednesday’s potentially best news, via Slashfilm.
Haven’t ever been to a movie on Christmas Day, I don’t think. That will have to change, in a violent, cuss-laden fashion.
Click through for all the details of how Tarantino’s combination of the two films changed the whole experience of the movie.
It’s amazing how removing one or two short sequences can change the entire thing.
Damn fake Twitter accounts trying to rile everybody up. Ignore any “screenplay teasers” from alleged “Quentin Tarantinos.” Though it is a pretty novel idea and someone should definitely do it for real.
Also, I should have known from the fact that they put the thing up on Mediafire.
This is sad: Sally Menke, Quentin Tarantino’s longtime editor, was found dead early this morning in Los Angeles, having disappeared yesterday after going on a hike with her dog. Menke, who was 56, received Oscar nominations for her work on Pulp Fiction and Inglourious Basterds, and also edited Kill Bill Vol. 1 and 2, Jackie Brown, and Deathproof, among other films. Watch various cast members from Inglourious Basterds saying “Hi Sally” after they flub their lines in this very sad/sweet video here. [L.A. NOW/LAT]
The answer to that question would be yes. But that’s part of his allure. Tarantino is a truly post modern filmmaker, while he relies heavily on the pastiche style it works for him in ways it fails for others.
Kill Bill 3 on Quentin Tarantino’s IMDb page. I have a massive hard-on for everything this man directs so aside from ya know, not dying in 2012, this is the thing I am looking forward to the most within the next 5 years.
Sure it’d be great to see that little black girl get her revenge on the Bride, but file this under P for “pipe dreams.” Tarantino is notorious for talking up projects that never come to fruition. Then again, his “World War II Revenge Fantasy” film was once a pipe dream.
WorstPreviews. Obviously. Tarantino’s next movie will be a movie!
It won’t be a Basterds sequel though.
Brednon Connelly (/Film) re: Tarantino. Too true, but that’s what makes it special.
In related news - a new Kill Bill DVD is coming that features the entire thing plus a beefed up anime section. All the way Tarantino originally imagined it.