The Hateful Eight poster

thanks to GF..


11 Responses to “The Hateful Eight poster”

  1. looks good.


  2. Good launch poster, looks like another western movie and mix of Inglorious Bastards and Django Unchained. (Bounty hunters + Slaves). The movie is scheduled to start only in 2015.

    Also, eagerly looking forward to the release of “Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair” in 2015!


  3. I hear that he has promised to not make anymore than ten movies. At one time, I thought he would never top Pulp Fiction, but first Kill-Bill and then IB and DU just kept on gilding the lilies.

    Does anyone know what this movie is about ?

    Finally talking about QT, I would love to see him cast Jon Voight in one of his remaking two movies. After Ray Donnavan, I think Jon Voight will fit well in a QT movie. Anyone here like Ray Donnavan ?


  4. *remaining two movies


  5. First look was exciting…just because it had QT written on it. 🙂
    However on second visit, found it to be similar to his previous few…was expecting a futuristic film from his this time. Damn these expectations. 🙂


  6. The Hateful Eight now boasts a cast that includes Bruce Dern, Samuel L. Jackson, Michael Madsen, Kurt Russell, James Remar, Amber Tamblyn, Walton Goggins and Zoe Bell. That’s a pretty stellar lineup, and it’s great to see that Dern is still involved despite the script-leaking controversy having been tracked back to the Nebraska Oscar nominee’s agent.


  7. tonymontana Says:

    The whole idea of Kill Bill 3 appears awkward to ne. I dont think it will add anything to a 2-part movie that was as closed ended as it could get and that exhausted itself by the time The Bride reached Bill’s home. Tarantino should have just left the classic alone. The result has high chances of looking messy.

    This poster looks cool. And so Tarantinoish. But I’d want to see him attempt something other than revenge in modern times.


    • There is no Kill Bill 3 anymore, “Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair” is the earlier two parts edited as single movie and planned for limited release in 2015!


    • Bandra.NRI Says:

      We all from time to time express the view that an actor or a director should try something different. We all do, I do that too, but imagine expecting Dali to paint un-Dali like ?

      Imagine expecting Ford to stop making cars because they have been just making cars for so long.

      Imagine expecting Banks to sell fashion accessories and stop making loans because for centuries they have been just making loans.

      When people reinvent themselves too often, a la Madona (Material Girl), then you erase the hook by which people remember you. Billy Crudup is one if the better Hollywood actors, but he immerses himself so much into his role, that no one remembers Crudup.

      Amitabh is Amitabh because of his voice. Shahrukh is Shahrukh because of his energy. Aamir because he takes creative leaps. I will feel cheated if I walk into a Tarantino movie and see a Judd Apatow movie. Or goto a Tarantino movie and see Nicholas Sparks.


      • tonymontana Says:

        Yes, I agree. But I never said Tarantino should start making chic flicks or romantic comedies, but that he should attempt different stuff in the crime genre (of course, crime films are his forte) — like attempting a crime thriller set in modern times.

        Amitabh is Amitabh. But he would’ve fizzled out in the 2000s if he had continued with his angry-men-against-the-system roles (Mrityudaata, Lal Baadshah, anyone?). That didn’t mean he went out playing romantic leads or did comedies. But he did play well-etched, memorable characters in successful films because of whch he still gets directors who write roles especially for him.


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