Uma Thurman and Quentin Tarantino attended the closing ceremony of the Cannes Film Festival together, since they were both presenters, and they even walked the red carpet together. To the untrained eye, it would just seem like they’re two old friends who worked together on a film 20 years ago, but to us experts in celebrity body language, they’re totally fucking each other’s weird looking brains out. Also, people know that they’re now a couple, so that kind of helps with that theory, too. According to Us Weekly, Uma and Quentin shared a villa in Cannes, after the 44-year old actress finally just gave in to his advances from over the years. Basically, she’s at that point in her life where she’s less concerned about being an awkward but kind of hot actress, and more concerned about making sure she’s financially secure by being the lead actress in all of his movies from here on out.
Quentin Tarantino has decided to scrap his latest film project after the script was leaked. The hyperactive puppet-faced director wrote the script for a new western called The Hateful Eight and sent it out to six people through Creative Artists Agency. Apparently, someone at CAA leaked the thing online and QT is in a tizzy about it. He told Deadline.com that,
“I’m very, very depressed. I finished a script, a first draft, and I didn’t mean to shoot it until next winter, a year from now. I gave it to six people, and apparently it’s gotten out today.”
One of the people was Bruce Dern and, if I had to guess, I think he did it. Not maliciously but just because he’s old as shit and doesn’t know how technology works. I can easily see him hitting forward instead of reply and sending the script to a barrister representing a Nigerian oil heiress trying to get her money safely out of the country. Tarantino decided that since one half of one percent of the potential movie-going audience might read the script before seeing the movie, that would ruin it for everybody, so he’s taking his N-bomb Western and going home. Tarantino fans are advised to watch his last five films and just pretend everybody is wearing cowboy hats, or just his last movie where they already did.
Last night was The 85th Annual Academy Awards and I’m completely ashamed to say I watched the entire thing. To sum it up, Seth MacFarlane did surprisingly not shitty, Jennifer Lawrence fell down, the Best Director winner was bullshit, Ben Affleck got snubbed, then didn’t and George Clooney kept getting free scotch thrown at him for smiling every time someone joked he banged and/or will bang somebody like nine-year-old Quvenzhané Wallis (Actual Seth MacFarlane joke.) who already had to deal with Daniel Day Lewis demanding she thank him backstage. This shouldn’t fuck a kid up.
(Images of celebs who showed up to last night’s Oscars with varying degrees of cleavage or dumb-looking faces = Getty)
As expected, Quentin Tarantinos ‘Django Unchained’ is getting the same fawning reviews most of his movies get (currently 100 percent on rotten tomatoes), but it’s also getting attention because the hero is a slave just before the Civil War, and they used very colorful language back then. Variety says:
“But here, even as it lays the groundwork for “Django’s” vengeance, dwelling on such brutality can verge on exploitation. To wit, the film problematically features no fewer than 109 instances of the “N word,” most of them deployed either for laughs or alliteration.”
Yeah well what can you do. Some people are racist and they use racist words. Have Chris Brown play a concert at Sturges, the 109 times you heard “nigger” in ‘Django’ will seem almost charming by comparison.
The first full length trailer for Quentin Tarantinos ‘Django Unchained’ was released last night, giving us our fist look at Samuel L. Jackson as Leonardo DiCaprios house n-word and Jonah Hill as Wait Why Is He In This.
Still, the movie looks like a lot of fun, and reminds me of the time I used my karate to protect a town from an evil oil barren who tried to steal their land. He thought taking my wife and daughter hostage would stop me. He thought wrong. Hi-Ya!
Quentin Tarantinos new movie ‘Django Unchained’, a western about a bounty hunter who needs the help of a slave, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Christoph Waltz, and Jamie Foxx, finally has it’s first trailer.
It’s quickly explained that Waltz and Foxx team up because they need each other, but perhaps one day they’ll look back and realize the real gift wasn’t the reward at the end of their journey, but rather the journey itself, and all the fond memories they created about shooting people.