Bruce Dern to replace Burt Reynolds in Tarantino's Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

Burt Reynolds was set to play rancher George Spahn in Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, but Reynolds was actually unable to film his scenes for the director’s Charles Manson-inspired movie before his death earlier this month. Now, according to Deadline, Reynolds will be replaced by his longtime friend…

Quentin Tarantino adds Lena Dunham to his big Hollywood movie

Holy shit, but Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is getting big. A quick IMDB perusal of the film’s cast list suggest that Tarantino has added roughly…one second…yeah, all the people to the movie, from regulars like Tim Roth, Michael Madsen, and Zoë Bell, to folks like Luke Perry, James Marsden, and…

Here’s a detailed look at Quentin Tarantino's obsessive film fandom

It’s no secret that Quentin Tarantino loves movies. In fact, “overenthusiastic film nerd” is pretty much his whole brand. And the YouTube channel Now You See It explores that fact in an 18-minute video essay about Tarantino’s genre-hopping oeuvre. Made up entirely of film clips and pre-existing interviews, the video…

Quentin Tarantino no longer gets to release his Charles Manson movie on the anniversary of Manson's most famous murders

Damn it, people, can’t Quentin Tarantino have one thing go right lately? First, his personal patron Harvey Weinstein gets rightly brought down for his abhorrent treatment of women (with the director admitting he “knew enough” about Weinstein’s behavior to do more than he did); then, Tarantino himself comes under fire…

Dakota Fanning to play Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme in Tarantino's Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

The cast of Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is coming together nicely, with A-list stars lining up seemingly by the dozens to play weirdos—both fictional and real-life—running around Hollywood in the fateful summer of 1969. Yesterday, Deadline reported a whole bunch of names that have been…

Harvey Weinstein almost handed Lord Of The Rings off to Quentin Tarantino to cram into a single film

Peter Jackson’s Lord Of The Rings continues to stand as a testament to what you can pull off with sufficient faith in the right filmmaker. After all, even if you don’t agree with every single decision that Jackson and his team made—looking at you, Tom Bombadil fanatics—it’s hard to deny that, backed by New Line,…

Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio to star in Quentin Tarantino's new movie, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

After a rocky few months—made only harder by the ongoing self-destruction of the director’s long-time collaborators at The Weinstein Co.—Quentin Tarantino’s latest feature finally has a starring cast, and a name. Variety reports that Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio have both signed on to star in the director’s new…

Quentin Tarantino apologizes for his Roman Polanski comments in resurfaced 2003 interview

Ever since the sexual assault and harassment allegations came out against ex-Miramax mogul Harvey Weinstein last fall, a question has been hanging in the air: What about Quentin Tarantino, one of Weinstein’s longest and closest collaborators? Initially, Tarantino was able to (temporarily) deflect criticism with a long…

If Quentin Tarantino won't make The Vega Brothers, other people will, damn it

While not as vast as, say, Stephen King’s interconnected web of stories or Kevin Smith’s View Askewniverse, the films of Quentin Tarantino contain enough threads to reveal that they exist in the same universe. Take the Vega Brothers, Vic and Vincent, who were played, respectively, by Michael Madsen in Reservoir Dogs…

Leonardo DiCaprio is playing a washed-up old cowboy actor in that new Tarantino film

It’s been three years since Leonardo DiCaprio last starred in a feature film, when he pulled down his first Oscar win as a vengeful frontier tracker in 2015's The Revenant. Now, it’s been revealed that his new role, in Quentin Tarantino’s latest movie, will see DiCaprio sticking to that Old West theme—sort of.