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'Jane Eyre' Director Cary Fukunaga Concerned About "Irreverence For History" & Inaccuracies In 'Django Unchained'

fb.indiewire.com – Though it feels like a lifetime, it's hard to believe it was only about six months ago that Quentin Tarantino's snarling slavery spaghetti western epic "Django Unchained" was riding high in theaters, and causing no small amount of chatter. While the movie earned praise from critics, and box office approval from audiences who made it the director's most successful movie to date, there were noted dissenters including Spike Lee who refused to see itand Katt Williams who threatened to punch Tarantino over the frequent use of the n-word in the movie. 7 years 40 weeks ago via brucelee

Will Smith Says He Wanted Tarantino To Rewrite 'Django Unchained'; Didn't Think Django Was The Lead

fb.indiewire.com – While "Django Unchained" was pretty much an unqualified success, in terms of awards and money taken in (a Best Picture nomination, two Oscars and $400 million worldwide), but there'll always be an intriguing what-could-have-been hanging over it: Quentin Tarantino wrote the title character for Will Smith, and while Jamie Foxx ended up taking the part, the idea that the cleancut megastar could have starred in the bloody Western has cast a long shadow over the film. 8 years 3 weeks ago via donnieyen

Quentino Tarantino Says 'Prometheus' Was Kind Of Dumb; Explains Why 'Inglourious Basterds' Wasn't A Mini-Series

fb.indiewire.com – Keeping in line with the newly developing trend of Hollywood types calling out movies, the always talkative Quentin Tarantino has now weighed in on last summer's divisive sci-fi spectacle "Prometheus," and well, let's start with the good stuff. The director recently stopped by "The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson," and about Ridley Scott's latest, he was positive at first. 8 years 15 weeks ago via brucelee

Antoine Fuqua Calls Out Spike Lee for Publicly Trashing 'Django Unchained' (But Hasn't Seen The Movie Yet Either)

fb.indiewire.com – A little over one week on, and after a tremendous Christmas weekend opening for the film garnering $64 million, director Spike Lee might just have played a key role in the success of Quentin Tarantino's “Django Unchained.” His public refusal to see the western, calling it “disrespectful to my ancestors,” raised the film's profile to perhaps its highest political platform, and as fierce analysis of the ambitiously wild film continues post-release, another director has jumped aboard to offer a defense of the film. 8 years 15 weeks ago via brucelee

Spike Lee says he's boycotting Tarantino's 'Django'

Spike Lee
rssfeeds.usatoday.com – The director says the slavery-era revenge epic is "disrespectful to my ancestors." 8 years 16 weeks ago via jetli
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Django Unchained

Django Unchained
Set in the South two years before the Civil War, Django Unchained stars Academy Award®-winner Jamie Foxx as Django, a slave whose brutal history with his former owners lands him face-to-face with German-born bounty hunter Dr. King Schultz (Academy Award®-winner Christoph Waltz). Schultz is on the...
Quentin Tarantino
December 25, 2012