First Teaser for Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Hateful Eight’ to Appear Before ‘Sin City 2’

Quentin Tarantino at the live staged
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Though no footage for his next film has even been shot yet, a teaser trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s next film, “The Hateful Eight,” will be attached to the release of Robert Rodriguez’s “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.”

The trailer will only appear in theaters, and the hope is that it will help get fans of Tarantino into seats to see both the teaser and “Sin City 2.” Tarantino and Rodriguez have been close friends going back to the ’90s, when the two were rising in the ranks of Hollywood’s next generation of filmmakers.

Filming for “The Hateful Eight” will begin next year and will star Bruce Dern, Kurt Russell and Samuel L. Jackson. No release date has been set yet.

“Hateful Eight” came close to never seeing the light of day when a script leak online forced Tarantino to nearly pull the plug on the entire project.

Following a live read of the script that involved the current cast for the film, Tarantino had a change of heart and is currently scouting locations for the shoot.

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  1. DG says:

    There is no such thing as 70mm Super CinemaScope. There *is* Ultra-Panavision 70, if Quentin wants to shoot on 65mm negative with anamorphics. Maybe that’s what he’s doing? 20th Century-Fox might have something to say about his use of their CinemaScope logo here, too.

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