Timothy Olyphant joins Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’ and sweet fuck this cast is stacked
Another day, another post about someone fucking fantastic joining the cast of Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. Today? It’s Timothy Olyphant!
Leonardo DiCaprio starring in Tarantino’s Charles Manson movie. I’m feeling homicidal glee at the casting
DiCaprio reteaming with Tarantino for the Charles Manson flick? I keep getting more and more excited for this movie, my dudes.
Quentin Tarantino ‘Star Trek’ movie will be R-Rated, penned by ‘The Revenant’ writer. This is wonderful madness.
I love all of this so much. Quentin Tarantino’s Star Trek movie is going to be Rated R, and penned by the dude who wrote The Revenant. It’s so fucking weird that I can’t help but get excited.
Tarantino and Abrams are working on a ‘Star Trek’ movie that Tarantino may direct. Wait, what the fuck?
This…this news is interesting. To say the least. Like, what the fuck is even going on? The last year has proven obvious that the walls of reality are decaying around us, and it’s usually been terrible. But, this is pretty fucking neat.
We know when Tarantino’s next movie is dropping, motherfuckers. Appropriately, or perhaps tastelessly, it will arrive on the 50th anniversary of the Manson Family’s murders. August 9, 2019. I cannot fucking wait.
Quentin Tarantino would totally make a ‘Star Trek’ movie, he says. But, like, I ain’t falling for it
Quentin Tarantino is at it again, folks. Flapping them gums. This time, the director is saying he would direct a Star Trek movie.
Quentin Tarantino got two movies left before he reaches his self-imposed cinematic limit. His penultimate film will be, apparently, about the Manson Family Murders.
Quentin Tarantino has confirmed that he’s retiring after his tenth film. Which means the filmmaker has got two more movies in his arsenal. Make them fantastic!
Is this news? Is this a garbage headline? Is it worth reporting anyways? I don’t know, yes, and I think so. Tarantino has spent the last four years researching the 1970s for his next project. Which may not be a movie. Like I said, not really news. However, I am intrigued.
Ennio Morricone has announced that he’s being brought back by Quentin Tarantino for the auteur’s next filmatic adventure. Morricone let slip the news while recounting a story about telling Tarantino he needs more advanced noticed when it comes to scoring a movie than he received for The Hateful Eight.