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Samuel L. Jackson Talks “Awful” ‘Reservior Dogs’ Audition & Violent Alternative Diner Scene In ‘Pulp Fiction’

The collaboration between writer/director Quentin Tarantino and cherished actor Samuel L. Jackson goes back to their landmark genre pic “Pulp Fiction,” as the two have continued to work together for nearly 30 years. Jackson has paused talking about various Marvel projects and is now is dishing juicy tidbits about his history working with Tarantino.On the […]

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Patricia Arquette ‘Struggled’ with ‘True Romance’ Character Being ‘So Supportive’ of Murder

Even after a three-decade Hollywood career that won her an Oscar and two Emmys, Patricia Arquette is still synonymous with “True Romance.” Her role as Alabama Whitman, a call girl who marries a client and ends up tangled in a web of crime after the newlyweds steal a shipment of cocaine, launched Arquette into the […]

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13 Tarantino Projects We Never Saw But Wish We Could’ve

Quentin Tarantino is one of the most influential American filmmakers of all time. In the three decades that Tarantino has been making films, he has inspired countless imitators, but few have had the impact he has — Tarantino’s 1992 directorial debut “Reservoir Dogs” literally changed the state of independent cinema. At the time, it was rare […]

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11 Movies Like Pulp Fiction That Are Definitely Worth Watching

“Pulp Fiction” was one of the most influential films of the ’90s. While Quentin Tarantino had announced himself two years prior with “Reservoir Dogs,” his 1994 follow up generated buzz that was unprecedented for independent films. It was a critical moment for film distribution, in which indie films proved they could become mainstream smash hits, […]

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‘Tarantino Live’: How Quentin Tarantino’s Movies Are Being Transformed into Theater

All products and services featured by IndieWire are independently selected by IndieWire editors. However, IndieWire may receive a commission on orders placed through its retail links, and the retailer may receive certain auditable data for accounting purposes.Quentin Tarantino’s fans can watch some of his iconic movies come to life in “Tarantino Live: Fox Force Five […]

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The 15 Best Debut Films From Directors

A great first film can jumpstart a filmmaker’s career and show the world what makes them unique. For example, the conversational dialogue, ’70s soundtrack, and nonlinear narrative of Quentin Tarantino’s first film “Reservoir Dogs” established tropes that the director still relies on today.Not every great director starts out strong, though. Although he’s one of the […]

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The ‘Bad Lieutenant’ Is Turning Into An International Franchise & ‘The Crow’ Reboot Will Try To Fly Again

Once upon a time, there was a plan to turn Abel Ferrara‘s sleaze/bad cop masterpiece, “Bad Lieutenant,” into a franchise. The original 1992 film starring Harvey Keitel was rated Nc-17, featured full-frontal nudity of its star, and generally shocked and scandalized audiences with its lurid depravity about a rogue cop spiraling into drugs, violent delusions […]

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Tarantino Says His ‘Reservoir Dogs’ Remake Would Have Been With An All-Black Cast & He May Do It On Stage

If you’ve been following film news over the past couple of weeks, you know that Quentin Tarantino has been making the podcasting rounds. And over that time, the filmmaker has been making headlines by trashing Bruce Lee (and his wife), teasing an expansive “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” empire, and talking about various other […]

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Quentin Tarantino Battled Harvey Weinstein Over Cutting ‘Reservoir Dogs’ Torture Scene

Quentin Tarantino revealed during his appearance on “The Joe Rogan Experience” this week that his working relationship with Harvey Weinstein got off to a rocky start once Miramax became the distributor of his feature directorial debut “Reservoir Dogs.” Weinstein allegedly wanted to remove the film’s torture scene, which Tarantino admitted always led to walkouts during […]

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