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QuoteThe comedian has confirmed to Vulture that she has in fact called Anderson directly and now the two have spoken multiple times about a potential collaboration. Haddish says she and Anderson will "probably work together.""I've been talking to him on the telephone!" Haddish said. "I mean, he put his phone number out there, so I had to call. I've talked to him a few times and we're probably gonna work together.The collaboration is in the very early stages of development, but Haddish disclosed the two have been talking about the "Little Harlem" era of 1940s Los Angeles. It's not clear if the topic is being discussed as a potential movie setting or if the two are just talking about it because it both interests them."Well, we've been talking a lot about Los Angeles, back when Central Avenue was the Sunset Boulevard of L.A," Haddish said when asked about her talks with Anderson. "I don't know, I don't know!"
Quote from: csage97 on February 01, 2018, 02:35:27 PMI don't really get the hate for Tarantino. I thought Inglorious Basterds was great. Django was good (though parts of the plot didn't really stand to common sense). My biggest gripe with Hateful Eight was that I didn't see much push to do something different from what Tarantino's done before. Nonetheless, a "Tarantino just being Tarantino again" movie is still far better than a ton of crappola out there, and he continues to be a highly stylized and unique voice in cinema. Plus he's so freaking enthusiastic about movies and lives and breathes them.Of course, we shouldn't shy away from criticism no matter who the person is, but I don't think Tarantino is deserving the hate. I actually think that he gets that hate because his movies are so freaking good.
Quote from: eward on February 01, 2018, 02:53:06 PMI still really enjoy his films, but post-Kill Bill, or maybe even Inglorious Basterds, they just don't seem to have quite the same soul as the earlier ones, particularly Jackie Brown. (I love Jackie Brown intensely.) I've come to terms with this, however, and am really looking forward to his Manson film (not so much Star Trek.)
Quote from: Mogambo on February 02, 2018, 04:52:59 AMI want PTA to make a family movie in based in the suburbs.