Quentin Tarantino Doing it Again with The Hateful Eight

The Hateful EightWithout doubt, there is no other person in the movie industry like Quentin Tarantino. Known for taking risks and choosing an eclectic cast of actors, his movies are always unique, entertaining, and intriguing. Tarantino has no problem in casting A-list and B-legend actors in the same film and somehow, he always comes out on top.

Tarantino has directed and produced some of the most successful movies in history such as Django Unchained, Pulp Fiction, Inglorious Bastards, Kill Bill Volume 1 and 2, Natural Born Killers, and the list goes on. His new movie, The Hateful Eight is expected to be yet another huge hit once it is released in theaters.

Along with impressive names of cast members to include Samuel L. Jackson, Amber Tamblyn, and Kurt Russell, Tarantino reportedly now has his sights on adding Jennifer Lawrence to the list. Lawrence, just like Tarantino, has an impressive portfolio, having starred in mega hits like The Hunger Games series, several X-Men movies, House at the End of the Road, East of Eden.

At this time, the exact role Lawrence would play remains a mystery although there are two female roles to fill, Six Horse Judy and Daisy Domergue. Unfortunately, Tarantino almost dropped his new project after the plot of The Hateful Eight was leaked but decided to write two new drafts, each with a different ending. Not being afraid of changes, Tarantino could always create another female character or perhaps change one of the existing two in order to accommodate Lawrence.

Work on the film began with all the cast members in May and the original filming date of November was pushed back to early 2015. According to insiders, The Hateful Eight will be filled with action and attitude. Although a release date has not yet been established, a teaser will run with Sin City: A Dame to Kill within the next several days.

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