'The Hateful Eight' is gearing up to be the next great film in Quentin Tarantino’s large roster of films.
The series has already been given the green light or a go see by fans and even though fans are anxious to see the most talked about film of this year 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens', this film is next on the list as it comes 6 days after the former is released and is still on par with the film.
With that said, the story is set to be released this December the 25th and before we see it on the big screen, fans are greeted with several new clips from the film, whom all you can see below:
What do you think? Does it just look like another Tarantino film? If so comment below, however before you do take a look at the official synopsis below:
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Quentin Tarantino is a person who name and film outings span well over a decade. The writer and director's mind and skills have produced films like 'Desperado', 'Reservoir Dogs', 'Django Unchained', 'Pulp Fiction', and even the 'Kill Bill' series.
Now, Tarantino is bringing his style of creating films back to the big screen with another film series titled 'The Hateful Eight.' 'The Hateful Eight' is a film that stars actors like Samuel Jackson, Kurt Russell, Channing Tatum and takes place after the Civil War in Wyoming. The main characters of the film, who are bounty hunters, try to find shelter during a blizzard but instead get drawn into a plot of deception and betrayal.
The first teaser for the film really doesn't show this but it does give one great round-up of who are the actors and who they will be playing in a spectacular western showing.
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According to the Daily Mail and Inside Film, actor Michael Fassbender will be starring in western titled 'Slow West.'
The film will reunite Fassbender with director and ex-Beta Band member John Maclean with whom he worked together on the award winning short film Pitch Black Heist (which co-stars Liam Cunningham and sounds rather awesome).
Both Ben Mendelsohn and Kodi Smit-McPhee with co-star in the Colorado based film.
This piece should come as a great relieve as for many Fassbender fans as the charismatic actor was previously attached to star in the western titled 'Jane Got a Gun' with Natalie Portman. After director Lynne Ramsay left for still unexplained reasons, Fassbender decided not to feature in the project, too.
I just hope the film comes out right. Fans really don't have time for another flop.
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There is no question that Clint Eastwood may have been one of the greatest Western or Spaghetti Western actor in history. So, it’s no surprise that someone would ask for his blessing or permission to do a close resemblance remake of one of his iconic films.
With that said, Clint Eastwood has given his blessing to the unconventional remake of his classic hard-edged Western, Unforgiven. The Japanese reboot, Yurusarezaru Mono, which was produced by Warner Bros, went down a treat at its premiere at the Venice Film Festival.
'Unforgiven' director Sang-il Lee has moved the action of the cult Western to 1880s hokkaido, where a couple of veteran Samurai is forced into one last job - avenging a vicious knife attack on an old acquaintance.
The big project is akin to Akira Kurosawa's classic very own interpretation of Macbeth, Throne of Blood, and hopefully secure a wider release to ...read more
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