Samuel L. Jackson Back with Tarantino for 'Hateful Eight' Live-Read
Briefly: This month we learned that Quentin Tarantino would give a small audience the chance to see his delayed western The Hateful Eight come to life in the form of a live-reading of the script at at LACMA on April 24th. Tarantino was also said to be directing and picking the cast for this special event that will not be recorded or broadcast to the public, and Deadline has confirmed (complete with a tweet from Film Independent) that Samuel L. Jackson will yet again collaborate with his Pulp Fiction and Django Unchained director for some sort of role in the reading. We're not sure who else might pop up, but stay tuned for more. Reporting on this event is about as close as we'll get to being in attendance, so stay tuned.
Reader Feedback - 8 Comments
Drumming up for the announcement that it is back on, no less.
DAVIDPD on Apr 18, 2014
I hope so. I want this.
grimjob on Apr 18, 2014
that seemed to be the case - he said he was on his third draft now, and that the live-read was from the first (which was the leaked version). said he is re-doing chapter five entirely. he's probably pissed b/c he has to rewrite half his movie just because some ass in hollywood thought he was cool showing a tarantino script to a model and it leaked.
ds NYC on Apr 20, 2014
Dear whomever leaked this script, FUCK YOU. Sincerely, All of Taratino's fans being punished
Astroboy3000 on Apr 18, 2014
It was a shitty thing to do for sure, but Tarantino could just stop being such a stubborn prick and make it anyway.
Nielsen700 on Apr 19, 2014
well, aren't you a pompous ass. could you maybe say naive a few more times?
Astroboy3000 on Apr 19, 2014
I'm not going to read that. Brevity, Bo, brevity.
Astroboy3000 on Apr 20, 2014
Tonight I witnessed a legendary Director at work. I am someone who is greatly inspired by Tarantino and love the universes he creates. This reading showed me a side of Tarantino that I feel honored to have seen. His dedication and passion for his story along with characters development, is beyond encouraging. His choice of casting and his written script action allowed Quentin fanatics to obsorb something genuine. As I was force to leave my cell phone in the car I left the Ace Hotel more uplifted then I’ve been in a long time at entertainment. Somehow I felt this was a way for Tarantino to connect to his most passionate film buffets. Allowing us to watch him work.
Danny Martens on Apr 20, 2014
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