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Quentin Tarantino Slams 'True Detective', Says Jennifer Lawrence Could've Starred in 'Hateful Eight'2015-08-25 04:08:15
The 'Hateful Eight' director says he tried to watch the first episode of season 1, but he found it 'boring' and says the second season of the HBO anthology series 'looks awful.'
The teaser trailer gives a glimpse at the tension inside an establishment where several strangers holed up in the middle of snowstorm.
'Pride and Prejudice and Zombies' is also among the official treats while Warner Brothers and 20th Century Fox are among the confirmed studio.
The upcoming western film is set for a limited debut on Christmas Day in 70mm format before expanding in theaters nationwide in January 2016.
The Weinstein Company chairman gave a sneak peak of some films by screening extended footage for each of the films at Cannes.
Jennifer Jason Leigh is also featured in the picture sporting a black eye and having her hand chained to Kurt Russell's.
The teaser, with no actual footage from the movie, matches the description of a video which was apparently pulled from YouTube back in August.
Jennifer Jason Leigh, Kurt Russell, Tim Roth, and Bruce Dern also board Quentin Tarantino's highly-anticipated western project.
Although details are scarce, it has been reported that the 'Foxcatcher' star is eying a big role in the Quentin Tarantino western pic.
The 'Revenge' actress boards the western movie to play a female prisoner who is about to get hanged for her sins.
The casting report emerges after the 'Django Unchained' director was overheard discussing a 'ruthless gang leader' role with the 'Dangerous Method' actor.
Tarantino once again partners up with The Weinstein Company to distribute his Western-themed movie.