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But obviously they really wanted to be in it, and they’re great.” Q: You collaborated with Robert Rodriguez on ‘Sin City,’ but this time you each shot your own separate movie. A: “With anyone else it would totally be the case, that we were trying to out-do each other, but it doesn’t happen with us. I had this other actor in mind at the start, but things just didn’t work out.
Our films are ridiculously compatible anyway, and I think people want to see a Robert Rodriguez movie that’s more high-paced, and I think people who want to see a Quentin movie want to hear my dialogue and want to see me slow done a little bit and build up to my big moment.” Q: Kurt Russell seems to be perfectly cast as Stuntman Mike and looks like he’s having a blast. That can be a good thing, as you’ve imagined the role with someone else in mind, so when all of a sudden you change track, now your movie can be anything.
In a post on Saturday, White said that Mac Dougall, who uses the pen name Lianne Spiderbaby, lifted blocks of text from other blogs and review sites in two recent articles published by horror culture site FEARnet .
"I was pretty taken aback and I was amazed to see how blatant the plagiarism was," said White.
There is no word yet on when the movie will premiere.
Christopher Robin is yet another Disney animation classics to get a live action revamp.
Following the end of “Agent Carter,” Atwell has moved on to another high-profile TV show.
"Lianne as Tarantino's girlfriend was a little too juicy," said Mike White, who helped bring the plagiarism allegations to light on his blog, Impossible Funky .
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Director Quentin Tarantino has always been a huge fan of B-movies, that juicy layer of popular culture dominated by zombies, psychotic killers, violent car chases and buckets of gore.
Now, four years after the colorful writer/director/producer and sometime actor paid homage to the martial-arts movie with his spaghetti-western-meets-eastern-noodle kung fu gore-fest “Kill Bill,” he’s back with “Grindhouse.” It’s a double-feature exploitation movie, complete with fake trailers, that he conjured up with B-movie-loving pal Robert Rodriguez, with enough fake blood, state-of-the-art visual effects and scantily-clad women to keep every teenage boy happy.
S., moved to Los Angeles in March, according to a cached page from her blog, which has been shut down to non-authorized visitors.
Mac Dougall also hosts the video web series Fright Bytes , in which she discusses horror movies with her brother and co-host, Steve.
I got into a bunch of different adventures after ”Kill Bill“ and before I did this one.