It Follows isn't a box office blockbuster by any means, earning $14.6 million throughout its theatrical run, but it opened rather large for an indie, earning $160,089 from just four theaters, for a whopping $40,022 per-screen average. The thriller, which also stars Keir Gilchrist, Lili Sepe, Loren Bass and Jake Weary, expanded to 1,218 theaters in its third weekend, cracking the top 10 for three straight weeks throughout late March and April. Do you think Quentin Tarantino crossed the line with his comments about It Follows? Or do you think he makes some valid points?
Hey QT, why don't we get together over a beer and talk about these notes. I have a few of my own for you.— DavidRobertMitchell (@DRobMitchell) August 26, 2015
It Follows was released March 13th, 2015.Read More
Ennio Morricone has over 500 scoring credits to his name, including timeless classics such as Once Upon a Time in the West, A Fistful of Dollars, For a Few Dollars More, The Good the Bad and the Ugly, The Untouchables and Bugsy, just to name a few. Quentin Tarantino has frequently used his work while putting together the soundtracks for his previous movies, and the composer provided an original song, "Ancora Qui," for 2012's Django Unchained. The seven-minute clip that the director showed featured music from the composer's work on the 1982 classic The Thing.
It isn't known if or when the director plans on releasing the seven-minute clip from The Hateful Eight to the public, but we'll be sure to keep you posted as soon as more updates come in. The Hateful Eight is slated to open in limited release on Christmas Day, in over 50 theaters with 70MM projectors, before opening nationwide in January. Are you excited that the filmmaker is planning on making another Western?
HUGE NEWS: The great Ennio Morricone will be doing an original score for #TheHatefulEight! #SDCCpic.twitter.com/fiSoiJCwHP— The Hateful Eight (@thehatefuleight) July 11, 2015Read More
You may have heard that Quentin Tarantino has set out to equip 50 U.S. theaters with 70MM projectors as the premiere of his anticipated Western The Hateful Eight grows near. The reason is simple. The Hateful Eight will be released Christmas day in 70mm only. It will then be followed by its digital projection release in early January, two weeks later. This follows the same release pattern as Django Unchained.
Quentin Tarantino and his cinematographer Robert Richardson went big with The Hateful Eight, shooting on 65mm film stock using classic Panavision lenses for a 2.78:1 aspect ratio presentation. The Christmas Day debut marks the widest 70MM release in 20 years. The director is a strong proponent of shooting on film, and led the fight to keep Kodak open. A full theater list has not yet been made available, but an update is expected closer to the December 25 release date.Read More
The first teaser trailer for The Hateful Eight was shot before the movie, so it contains no footage from Quentin Tarantino's next Western epic. It truly was a teaser. But now, we get a look at three of the eight with EW's latest magazine cover. Seen in full costume are Samuel L. Jackson, Kurt Russell and Jennifer Jason Leigh.
The Hateful Eight comes to theaters December 25th, 2015.Read More
Now that the full cast is confirmed for director Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight, with shooting scheduled to begin early next year, the filmmaker has revealed new details about the revenge Western at the American Film Market. There, he also echoed statements he made back in November of 2012, reiterating that he plans on retiring after making 10 movies, with the upcoming The Hateful Eight his eighth feature film to date.
He added that they plan on rolling out The Hateful Eight as a month-long event in 70 mm, before rolling it out in 35 mm and digital formats.Read More
While it's not quite clear when Channing Tatum will begin shooting his recently confirmed role in the X-Men spinoff Gambit, he will have some free time in his schedule at the beginning of the year, which he may use to star in The Hateful Eight for director Quentin Tarantino.
The character in question hasn't been revealed, but it is said to be a major role. This only leads to speculation that he will be playing one of the Hateful Eight.Read More
There have been multiple reports about when director Quentin Tarantino will start shooting his revenge Western The Hateful Eight, including a May report that revealed shooting will begin this November in Wyoming, and a story from earlier this month that indicated production will start in January. Today, The Denver Post reports that principal photography will begin on December 8 in southwestern Colorado.
Out of the film's $44 million budget, $15.9 million will be spent on payroll for a crew of 168 people, with another $9.35 million going towards other in-state expenses, including lodging. The $5 million rebate will represent 20% of the production's Colorado budget. The Hateful Eight will be the state's biggest production since the 1969 Western classic True Grit, starring John Wayne.Read More
Those who attended midnight screenings of Sin City: A Dame to Kill For last night were among the first to see the teaser trailer for Quentin Tarantino's new Western The Hateful Eight. Following a description of the trailer earlier this week, the full video has leaked online, which you can take a look at below.
Last month, we reported that Quentin Tarantino plans on using his cast from the live reading of the script earlier this year, which includes Bruce Dern (The Confederate), Samuel L. Jackson (The Bounty Hunter), Kurt Russell (The Hangman), Amber Tamblyn (The Prisoner), Walton Goggins (The Sheriff), Michael Madsen (The Cow Puncher) and Tim Roth (The Little Man), James Remar and Zoe Bell (Six-Horse Judy).Read More