It is the dream of many actors to be directed by the one and only Quentin Tarantino. To help celebrate his new film Django Unchained, Sony Pictures and The Weinstein Company have launched the website TarantinoShootsYou.net, where fans have the opportunity to realize their dream of performing a scene under Quentin Tarantino's direction. Take a look at this introductory video where the filmmaker explains the set up, cowboy hats optional...
Fans who have a webcam-enabled computer can sign on to make their own version of a classic "stand-off" scene, while taking direction from the heralded filmmaker. For those who don't have a webcam, you can still enjoy the videos already posted to the site.
CLICK HERE to visit this innovative new website and get directed by a cinematic legend from the comfort of your own home.
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