Quentin Tarantino is close to taking his final bow. Tarantino sat down with Ann Lewnes, CMO of Adobe, at Adobe Max — The Creativity Conference in San Diego on Thursday, discussing his start in the…
Quentin Tarantino is reaching out to a familiar face for a part in "Django Unchained," tapping his "Kill Bill" composer RZA for a supporting role in the Weinstein Company's spaghetti Western.
Quentin Tarantino confirmed he will be making the third installment of the "Kill Bill" series Saturday at the Morelia Film Festival.
Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill" is the subject of an offscreen mano-a-mano between producer Miramax and Spanish distribber Manga.
"Kill Bill Vol. 1" represents a hypertalented American film geek's fever dream of complete immersion in the world of Asian martial arts pictures. Film is a densely textured work that gets better as…
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