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The new 'Check the Box' movie ratings awareness campaign will help parents to know which films are suitable for their children.
The 'Django Unchained' director uses the controversial word backstage after collecting Best Screenplay at the Tina Fey and Amy Poehler-hosted show.
'I'm shutting your butt down,' the 'Django Unchained' helmer fires back at a Channel 4 interviewer who presses him with questions about the impact of violence in films to real life.
'I think it's disrespectful to their memory ... of the people who died to talk about movies,' the 'Django Unchained' helmer says of people who blame violence in films for Sandy Hook tragedy.
Fuqua says, 'I don't think Quentin Tarantino has a racist bone in his body,' while Williams can't hide his anger when finding out the repeated use of the N-word in the Western movie.
Calling the criticism 'ridiculous,' Tarantino insists that using the N-word in the film is 'just part and parcel of dealing truthfully with this story, with this environment, with this land.'
The director said 'the third of the trilogy' that bend the history could be made under the title 'Killer Crow'.
Leonardo DiCaprio, Jamie Foxx, Samuel L. Jackson, Christoph Waltz and Don Johnson attend the screening show, joined by such guests as Uma Thurman, Olivia Wilde and Liv Tyler among others.
Revealing his plan to quit making films at relatively young age, the 'Django Unchained' director reasons, 'Directors don't get better as they get older.'
Steven Spielberg, Quentin Tarantino and Zack Snyder make it clear that they won't direct 'Star Wars Episode 7' as Michael Ardnt is officially hired by Lucasfilm to serve as the screenwriter.
Hinting that 'Django' is the second chapter in the trilogy, which begun with 'Inglourious Basterds', Tarantino dishes, 'There might very well be a third one. I just don't know what it is yet.'
'I met six guys, six magnificent actors, but he was the cowboy and I was looking for the cowboy,' Tarantino says of what makes Foxx the perfect Django that he was looking for.
Dominated by red color, the very first artwork from Tarantino's spaghetti western movie doesn't offer a clear look at the characters or even feature the film's title.
When crafting the new song, the 'W.E.' director says she 'was picturing one of his movies, and one of the female characters.'
As the first step, the director introduced the controversial singer to Hollywood A-listers like Brangelina at Cannes Film Festival.