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Mubi's latest 'QT should be killed' thread: Screenplay for his next film 'Django Unchained' is finished

Malik

almost 3 years ago

http://www.tarantino.info/2011/04/30/tarantinos-next-movie-is-django-unchained/

What ways should Tarantino be violently murdered because his birth is a disgrace to cinema everywhere.

Matt Parks

almost 3 years ago

Why hasn’t he yet produced his long form birth certificate?

Alexandra Hopkins

almost 3 years ago

for me, i would wear a sexy pair of sandals and try to get him alone. then i would tell him such an insult (i haven’t worked out what it should be yet) that he would immediately die of shame.

Sunny!

almost 3 years ago

Oh boy I sure can’t wait for this excellent movie!

Malik

almost 3 years ago

Make your sarcasm more obvious please Sunny.

Alexandra Hopkins

almost 3 years ago

make your sarcasm more obvious please, malik.

Nathan M.

almost 3 years ago

Every time I hear the idea for the next Tarantino movie, I think ‘This is it. He’s going to drop a bomb this time.’ And every time I enjoy his movies, some to greater degrees than others. Like every other project he’s conceived of, this looks dumb. But I’m waiting to see the actual product before I come to that final conclusion.

Malik

almost 3 years ago

I am seriously ‘meh’ on this right now though. I’ll still be there opening weekend, but I want to know at least a cast wishlist and hopefully he can get a composer this time he attempts to reach out to another one. On the other hand, I’d love a soundtrack filled with the blues and spirituals.

Brad S.

almost 3 years ago

Been waiting for news like this. Kill Bill Vol. 2 was already somewhat of a spaghetti Western, so to see go even further along those lines is exciting. Inglorious Basterds shows that even when you think you know what he’s up to, he’s liable to go in a different direction. Bottom line is, with his track record, its automatic opening weekend.

Bobby Wise

almost 3 years ago

I’m ready! I’ll be there opening night myself. Hopefully someone will leak the script fairly soon. I had a better time reading the “Kill Bill” script than I did actually seeing the movie when it finally came out.

gojira

almost 3 years ago

“Django Unchained” has Franco Nero (from the original Django 1966), Christop Waltz and Keith Carradine attached to star.

Rudy

almost 3 years ago

I want the script and I am willing to trade I have quite a few gems

@BobbyWise: When you read the KILL BILL script, was there anything Q.T wrote that was not in the movie, because when I read the INGLORIOUS BASTERDS script a lot of great stuff didnt make it to the movie.

Daniel Vincent

almost 3 years ago

Oh god. As if his performance in Sukiyaki Western Django wasn’t painful enough (not that it was a great movie) now we have this forthcoming. Yay!

Malik

almost 3 years ago

Completely different things Daniel.

designerprons

almost 3 years ago

Because QT is just the worse thing that ever happened to film making, gasp!

Kate

almost 3 years ago

looking forward to this

Daniel Vincent

almost 3 years ago

Malik, yes, I know there’s a difference between acting and directing. Also, obviously, since the story isn’t revealed, it could be as Django as ‘Django, Kill… If You Live, Shoot!’. That doesn’t change the fact that his input in that was painful to watch and dorky as hell, and standing out as dorky in a Miike film is pretty sad.

Sorry, but I don’t like my input, no matter how shallow it may be, written off as “completely different”. I’d like an opinion. It was just a simple observation based on what I’ve seen of him in “Western” mode.

Drunken Father Figure of Old

almost 3 years ago

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Malik

almost 3 years ago

It’s not a western.

Daniel Vincent

almost 3 years ago

Oh, excuse me, a “southern”. That is “completely different”. Franco Nero is cast, Django is in the title, and you expect there to be no remnants of his take on a “Western”? I’m sorry my simple comment can’t be accepted into this thread.

Daniel Vincent

almost 3 years ago

Dave

almost 3 years ago

Awesome. I will have to brush up on Corbucci’s films in preparation, which will be a lot of fun! The original Django is on blu-ray now I believe. So glad he’s doing this next and not KB3.

Daniel Vincent

almost 3 years ago

Corbucci is great. Don’t skip ‘The Great Silence’!

Dave

almost 3 years ago

Yeah I need to watch The Great Silence….I have it on a German DVD which is supposedly the best transfer. But it has no subtitles! Il Mercenario is another great one which I have seen.

Corbucci, Leone, Sollima are all incredible spaghetti western directors. Movie buffs should be familiar with their works, although you really have to be in the mood for them to blow you away.

Ben Simingt​on

almost 3 years ago

Can’t wait. Bet it will be great.

Jirin

almost 3 years ago

QT should be killed. I mean, he makes films that other people like. But he gets the same praise as people who make films only we like! He must BURN.

Ben Simingt​on

almost 3 years ago

…but…
who will edit?

Malik

almost 3 years ago

No one is cast. He JUST sent the script in to the Weinsteins. There are remnants of westerns in Kill Bill Vol. 2 and Inglourious Basterds so yeah.

menace0​1

almost 3 years ago

Ben -

I’m inclined to believe it’ll be Joe D’Augustine whom I believe has done some work with Tarantino and Sally Menke previously.

menace0​1

almost 3 years ago

But than again I am just guessing