Quentin Tarantino continues to make music with Ennio Morricone, even without the movie set.
The Hateful Eight
2015 is coming to an end, but films will live on for the end of time. Or until Skynet comes back and wipes us all out.
Quentin Tarantino and the cast of The Hateful Eight share stories and anecdotes from their time on set working on The Hateful Eight.
Full of unforgettable performances and a script that no other film can match, The Hateful Eight is the must see Christmas film of 2015.
Alright, we have mixed feelings about this. Well, I’m pretty sure so does Tarantino, but that’s another story. I mean, he writes the script, it gets leaked, he says he won’t make it into a movie, then he reads it out loud and someone tells him to make it into a movie, and he says yes, and now we’re here at the trailer.
But nonetheless, we can’t help but fall in love with his cult classic movies, and that’s why we can’t wait for the December 25 (or January 6, 2016 in other parts) premiere of The Hateful Eight, a film that has classic Tarantino actors like Samuel L. Jackson, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen, Kurt Russell, Zoe Bell, and even newcomers like Channing Tatum, Jennifer Jason Leigh, and more.
With an amazing cast and a script from Tarantino that revolves around vicious, gun toting strangers in a post Civil War era, what more can we ask for? The newest trailer was just released, which shows in more detail the lives of eight strangers who all seek shelter in Wyoming during a heavy blizzard.
You can watch the newest trailer below which sees a lot of action, and even takes in some amazing Wyoming winter landscapes.
Tarantino is back and looks to have created another hit with his ensemble western starring Samuel L. Jackson, Kurt Russell, and plenty of others