DC-TV capeshit is literally the best capeshit.
Why does he dress like a 13 year old? And why isn't he doing any press for the new movie?
Who else wish this faggot would cut his damn hair?
Who else is excited for this?
The trailer makes it look extremely unappealing. The whole feeling of the movie seems extremely dirty and gross, and I barely saw anyone talking. I have no fucking clue what it's about.
Do you like minimalistic posters?
over the top posters are objectively superior.
Which MGM Lion is the best Lion?
This is the best show on tv right now, it's absolutely wild.
would a Star Wars Battlefront movie work?
I don't know what you mean? A movie based on a video game that is based on a series of movies? What the fuck is wrong with you?
What Jenna Did Next Edition
So...it's just you, huh?
>"I came really close, it was one of the most amazing screenplays I had ever seen... I just couldn't sit with him and get through the issues, so I didn't want to hold him up," Smith said in June 2012, going on to share on of his initial concerns in March 2013: "Django wasn't the lead, so it was like, I need to be the lead. The other character [Christoph Waltz's Oscar-winning King Schultze] was the lead! I was like 'No, Quentin, please, I need to kill the bad guy!"
>However, in a new roundtable talk with THR, Smith reveals another reason he didn't gel with the material — it needed more romance. "We talked, we met, we sat for hours and hours about it," he said about his conversations with Tarantino. "I wanted to make that movie so badly, but I felt the only way was, it had to be a love story, not a vengeance story. I don’t believe in violence as the reaction to violence. So when I’m looking at that, it’s like: 'No, no, no. It has to be for love.' We can’t look at what happens in Paris [the terrorist attacks] and want to f— somebody up for that. Violence begets violence. So I just couldn’t connect to violence being the answer. Love had to be the answer."
>What Smith is proposing is more or less an entirely different movie, so it's easy to why he and Tarantino couldn't get on the same page.
>We'll see if they find something else to work on down the line, but I would imagine that even if Smith got the script for "The Hateful Eight," he probably realized there wasn't a love story in there based on the title alone.
Nothing in this scene makes any sense, i just cant get my head around how it was written and why
I have only recently watched the Kill Bill films, and now wish to watch more Tarantino films. However, I don't know what to watch next. I only have time to watch another of his works tonight before leaving the country for a week so I was hoping you could suggest the next best film by him to watch. I have seen: Pulp Fiction, Django, Reservoir Dogs, Inglorious Basterds, Kill Bill 1 and Kill Bill 2. Where's best to go from here?
How old is this man?
Why did he wait 16 years between making the Star Wars films anyway, didn't he want to make 9 originally?
He wanted to learn more about the target audience, so he endeavoured to become a father, and he slowly allowed them to deliver up their secrets over the course of about ten years. Ingenious, isn't it?
Phantom Menace took about four and a half years to make, from script to screen... Longer than Fellowship of the Ring!