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    What’s On TV? – Tuesday (11/19/19) – Scorsese and Tarantino With a Double Dose of DiCaprio

    Directing legends Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarantino are back in the Oscar race with “The Irishman” and “Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood,” respectively. As awards season kicks into high gear, audiences can re-watch past Oscar-winning films from the beloved auteurs while getting twice the Leonardo DiCaprio. PICK OF THE DAY: “The Departed” (BBC) at 8:00 […] More

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    Analysis: Credit to Quentin Tarantino and His Writing of Female Characters

    It was an otherwise calm news day on the Croisette, back in May, at the Cannes Film Festival. That is until the “Once Upon a Time…In Hollywood” press conference began and proceeded to set the internet on fire. Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino was posed a pointed question by the New York Times about why he chose […] More

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    Six Spot: Paul Thomas Anderson Vs. Science Fiction in the 2012 Original Screenplay Race?

    Welcome to our favorite part of Mondays. Check out our special sixth installment of the latest Six Spot series, spotlighting all the people who came in 6th place at the Oscars. The 2012 Oscar race for Original Screenplay was a very interesting one this year. While the Adapted Screenplay race featured five Best Picture nominees, the Original […] More

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    ‘Gravity’ Screenwriter Jonas Cuaron Set to Direct New Zorro Film ‘Z’

    Jonás Cuarón, co-writer of “Gravity” and director of “Desierto,” has signed on to write and direct the latest Zorro film, “Z.” Lantica Media and Sobini Films, the producers of the film, announced the news Thursday. The Wrap reports that specific details on the film are being kept under wraps, however, the film will present a […] More

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    Good Reads: “Django Unchained” & “Argo”

    Hello, welcome to Good Reads where I look into what makes the screenplay winners Oscar worthy. We’ve already discussed the winners of 2014 and 2013, now it’s Tarantino and Terrio’s turn. Next week we’ll look into Midnight In Paris and The Descendants, a rare year which doesn’t include the Best Picture winner (unfortunately). “Django Unchained” […] More

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    Here’s the First Poster for Quentin Tarantino’s ‘The Hateful Eight’

    The film isn’t even close to shooting yet, but we already have a Poster to share with you for Quentin Tarantino‘s eighth film The Hateful Eight. Furthermore, it teases a 2015 roadshow type release at some point for Taratino’s follow up to Django Unchained. We’re still not 100% sure who will be in the film, […] More

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    Quentin Tarantino wants to make a ‘Django Unchained’ miniseries?

    One of the coolest things going on at the Cannes Film Festival besides, you know, the movie screenings, happened to be the celebration of Quentin Tarantino‘s Pulp Fiction. Tarantino was in Cannes holding court and one of most interesting tidbits that he let loose (aside from that he was working on a new draft of […] More

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    Quentin Tarantino’s Next Film to be Another Western

    It’s always a bit of mystery what Quentin Tarantino has going on in his mind when it comes to upcoming projects (since he seems to have a bunch of projects perpetually on the back burner), but apparently he’s not keeping his thoughts to himself about what’s imminently next for him anymore. While appearing on The […] More

  • Circuit Round-Up (Week Ending 4/21)

    Hello there, Awards Circuit fans! We started things off very ironically by posting the winners of a recent awards show. An awards show this early in the year, you say? Why, yes, the MTV Movie Awards is the red-headed stepchild of the award shows since it airs after the Oscars®, and certainly after everyone’s mostly […] More

  • Circuit 3: Quentin Tarantino

    Quentin Jerome Tarantino was born on March 27, 1963 in Knoxville, Tennessee. Tarantino is known best for his non-linear story-lines and excessive on-screen violence. His first completed feature film, Reservoir Dogs (1992), screened at the Sundance Film Festival and received immediate praise. The critics followed suit in their admiration of the film and its director. Tarantino’s success continued […] More

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