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Blowhard Box Office Blowback: ‘Hateful Eight,’ ‘Joy’ Underperform

There is a not-so unexpected disturbance in the box office force, and it has nothing to do with the public’s desire to go to the movies. Not only has “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” broken dozens of box office records this winter, the net-effect has not buried other titles under a tidal wave. The “Star Wars” tide is lifting all boats, except for Quentin Tarantino’s “The Hateful Eight” and Jennifer Lawrence’s “Joy.” Both are under-performing in a big way.


Donald Trump: Samuel L. Jackson Cheats at Golf

Following a Twitter-thrashing at the hands of Donald Trump on Tuesday, actor Samuel L. Jackson visited Late Night with Seth Meyers Tuesday night and insisted that the Republican presidential frontrunner does indeed know him and golfed with him.


Crybaby Tarantino: R2-D2 Stole My Cinerama Dome!

Quentin Tarantino joined Howard Stern on his SiriusXM radio show Wednesday morning for a good old-fashioned venting session, where the director complained that Disney muscled his film “The Hateful Eight” out of Los Angeles’ Cinerama Dome theater in order to screen the new “Star Wars” there instead.


Viggo Mortensen: Tarantino’s Critics ‘Are Condoning’ Police Brutality

Actor Viggo Mortensen criticized the boycott against Quentin Tarantino and defended the controversial comments “The Hateful Eight” director made while participated in an anti-police rally, even going so far as to accuse Tarantino’s critics of “condoning” police brutality.


Watch: Full Trailer for Tarantino’s ‘The Hateful Eight’

The first full look at Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming film “The Hateful Eight” was released Thursday as the director battles controversy and threats of boycott from law enforcement unions over comments he made at an anti-police rally in New York last month.

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FLASHBACK: Cop Tortured in Quentin Tarantino’s First Film

With Quentin Tarantino under fire for marching in an anti-police rally in New York last month, Breitbart News flashes back to another moment from the director’s career that had both law enforcement and movie critics up in arms — the brutal onscreen torture of a police officer in Tarantino’s 1992 debut film “Reservoir Dogs.”


Report: Quentin Tarantino Expected To Offer Ritual Celebrity Apology

The Wrap is reporting that director Quentin Tarantino is expected to apologize in the near future for calling police officers “murderers” at an anti-cop hate rally in New York last month. How exactly one apologizes or clarifies smearing others as