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Mysteriously pulled from theaters on April 11, the Quentin Tarantino film, which features Jamie Foxx as a freed slave, is set to open again in the most populous country on May 12.
Sony Pictures is 'working with the Chinese authorities' so that the Quentin Tarantino-directed slavery western drama could return for viewing at cinemas in the country.
The 'Men in Black' actor explains his reluctance to play Django in the western movie, 'Django wasn't the lead, so it was like, I need to be the lead. The other character was the lead!'
Chinese authorities allow the movie by Quentin Tarantino to be released in the country, marking the director's first movie to be screened in the nation.
The Quentin Tarantino-directed drama and the Seth MacFarlane comedy land seven nods, but 'The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn Part II' gets only one nom for Taylor Lautner's shirtless performance.
Trump, who also criticizes the Academy for being 'tacky,' blasts the Quentin Tarantino film hot on heels of the slavery pic's Oscars victory.
'Django' gets its first Oscar as Christoph Waltz wins the Best Supporting Actor award, while 'Paperman' and 'Brave' snatch the Best Animated Short and Feature prizes respectively.
The George Lucas-produced Tuskegee drama claims the coveted best motion picture gong, while the Quentin Tarantino-directed slavery era actioner bags the most acting awards.
The Weinstein Co. reacts to criticisms that the action figures offend African-Americans, saying, 'We have tremendous respect for the audience and it was never our intent to offend anyone.'
'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.
When a Houston-based interviewer aims to ask his opinion on the racial controversy surrounding 'Django Unchained', Jackson refuses to answer the question unless the reporter says the N-word.