The Hateful Eight trailer discussion

“I’ve always been pushing the envelope. I
want to hit my head on the ceiling of my talent… I don’t ever want to fail but I
want to risk failure every time out of the gate.” The Hateful Eight, Tarantino’s next film comes out in a couple of months now. First trailer was just released online
this is a movie that almost didn’t happen. After the script leaked, Quentin
Tarantino sued Gawker for releasing it and pull the plug, said that he was never
gonna make it into a movie that he would probably publish it as a novel after that. He
ended up leading a live reading of the script and ultimately decided to make
the movie. I haven’t looked up the script online; I have no interest in looking up the
script online. I’m perfectly happy waiting for this one to come out in theaters. Quentin Tarantino, man, he is one to
watch. Just looking at his filmography is impressive you have Reservoir Dogs which
was amazing, Jackie Brown which was amazing, Pulp
Fiction which was amazing, Kill Bill 1 & 2 which were amazing, Death Proof,
which was kinda pretty good. Then you got Inglourious Basterds which was amazing, Django Unchained which was amazing,
and now The Hateful Eight. Tarantino’s been nominated for numerous Academy Awards.
He’s won twice in 94 for Pulp Fiction and in 2012 for Django Unchained, both
for screenwriting. Now, the quote from the intro, that was Quentin Tarantino in an interview
with New York Times just before the release of Django Unchained. He’s
constantly trying to evolve and this is only his eight full film. He directed a
scene in Sin City, he directed a part of a movie in Four Rooms, this is only the eighth
film that he’s made himself, and he did that, he’s done that, on purpose. He’s gone
on record multiple times saying he would rather look back at his filmography and
the impressed with every film that he’s made then put out forty films and hope
that one or two of them are good. Samuel L Jackson is back for his six Tarantino film; he’s been in six
out of the eight. In addition to Samuel L Jackson, Zoe Bell is back for another
film with Tarantino, James Parks is back, Kurt Russell is back. Returning as
director of photography is Robert Richardson. Robert Richardson has been
nominated for eight Academy Awards he’s won three. Richardson received Academy Awards in
1992 for JFK, 2005 for The Aviator and 2012 for Hugo. This film was shot
entirely on seventy millimeter film. Physical medium, it wasn’t shot digitally.
I decided to do a separate video on seventy millimeter film and what’s
different about it, so if you’re interested click here. I’ll put a link to it
as soon as the video is uploaded. I’ve separated that out because I know that
conversations like that aren’t for everybody. If you’re here just for a review or a discussion of a trailer, I don’t
wanna bore you with all the extra stuff if you’re interested, click on the link and I’ll
talk about seventy millimeter film and what it means for aspect ratios and how
it will convert to blu-ray. If you’re not interested in it don’t click, and I won’t bore you. Edited-in Scott here, when I was going through the film for some reason to half of one
video just decided to completely crap out on me. In that part of the video I
said that Tarantino, as part of his distribution
deal has arranged for 50 theaters across the nation to be retrofitted with
seventy millimeter projectors so that he can show the movie in those theaters the
way that it was intended to be seen. Nobody really knows what the 50 theaters
are; they haven’t released a list or anything. But we know it’s going to
happen. Now back to recorded me. Since I absolutely refuse to look up the script
and find out any sort of details about it, all I’m going off of this was
publicly released, there really isn’t a whole lot about the plot of this movie. I
know that there’s a woman who’s wanted dead or alive and there’s eight people
primarily. I know there’s a blizzard they’re gonna be trapped inside. It’s
huge setup for Tarantino dialogue, but I’m kind of a sucker for Tarantino dialogue. Things to expect with a new Tarantino
movie: an amazing soundtrack, this man is near savant when it comes to putting
together soundtracks for movies, lots of cursing, lots of violence, huge amounts of
blood, and some of the best-written dialogue any point this year. Tarantino is absolutely one of my
favorite directors so if there’s a theater anywhere near us that is showing the film
in seventy millimeter I’m going to go see it that way. Are any of you looking forward to The Hateful Eight as much as I am? Let me know in the comments below. Also, let me know what your favorite
Tarantino flick is. I’ll put a link to my other video dealing with seventy millimeter
film and what that means for the movie going experience. If you’re interested,
click; if you’re not interested, don’t click. As always, thanks for watching, Like if you like, and if you want to see
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