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    #192804

    Unless you’re Meryl Streep or Julianne Moore, it’s a rough business for movie actresses older than, say, 28.

    I don’t really know if I’m writing the kind of roles that Meryl Streep and Julianne Moore would play. Jessica Lange on American Horror Story is a little bit more my cup of tea.

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    He should ask her for a movie then, it would be beyond amazing to see them working together 

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    DamianWayne
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    Oh brother.

    Wasn’t this posted earlier and then deleted? Are you Phoenix, Peaceful???

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    Rinolo Twenty-two
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    I’m suprised Tarantino has watched American Horror Story, Meryl Streep and Julianne Moore can play anything.

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    Kill me if I have to see another campy Jessica Lange performance. She was too much on AHS. The real actress in that series is Sarah Paulson. Period.

    Actually, I would love to see Viola Davis, Julianne Moore, Meryl Streep, Cate Blanchett, or Charlize Theron in a bloody Tarantino film. They would kill it!

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    Pavel Romanov
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    Kill me if I have to see another campy Jessica Lange performance. She was too much on AHS. The real actress in that series is Sarah Paulson. Period.

    Actually, I would love to see Viola Davis, Julianne Moore, Meryl Streep, Cate Blanchett, or Charlize Theron in a bloody Tarantino film. They would kill it!

    He said in the interview that he specifically doesnt care for Blanchett films – “those arty thing” – so I doubt she’ll be in a QT film anytime soon. 

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    [quote=”Vincelette”]

    Kill me if I have to see another campy Jessica Lange performance. She was too much on AHS. The real actress in that series is Sarah Paulson. Period.

    Actually, I would love to see Viola Davis, Julianne Moore, Meryl Streep, Cate Blanchett, or Charlize Theron in a bloody Tarantino film. They would kill it!

    He said in the interview that he specifically doesnt care for Blanchett films – “those arty thing” – so I doubt she’ll be in a QT film anytime soon. 
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    Tarantino is pretty offensive in that interview and I do think he shouldn’t be so full of himself… He has done some brilliant work, but his films are mostly lack of inspiration and variety. Blood. Guns. The N Word. Drugs. Sex. Abuse. Graphic scenes. Samuel L. Jackson. It’s boring after a while…and his comment on the actors…Blanchett’s performance in Blue Jasmine alone is better than all of Tarantino’s actors’ performances combined…

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    Kill me if I have to see another campy Jessica Lange performance. She was too much on AHS. The real actress in that series is Sarah Paulson. Period. 

    Actually, I would love to see Viola Davis, Julianne Moore, Meryl Streep, Cate Blanchett, or Charlize Theron in a bloody Tarantino film. They would kill it!

    Frances Conroy is the unsung hero of AHS. I think Davis, Moore, and Theron are perfect for him.

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    Actriz
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    Tarantino is pretty offensive in that interview and I do think he shouldn’t be so full of himself… He has done some brilliant work, but his films are mostly lack of inspiration and variety. Blood. Guns. The N Word. Drugs. Sex. Abuse. Graphic scenes. Samuel L. Jackson. It’s boring after a while…and his comment on the actors…Blanchett’s performance in Blue Jasmine alone is better than all of Tarantino’s actors’ performances combined…

    His films may not be versatile in content or message, but his strength is in his writing and direction, not his ideas. He can make what are essentially modified versions of the same film (like IB and DU) into completely different beasts because of the direction he takes them in.

    Also, I know he gets chastised for his use of “the N word” and I agree a lot of it is unnecessary, but to his credit, he doesn’t use the word in settings where you wouldn’t hear it in real life (for example, Brad Pitt isn’t throwing it around freely in Inglourious Basterds, at least to the best of my memory). 

    Lastly, I don’t think he was dissing Blanchett as much as he was dissing the films she chooses to be in. I’m sure he sees her talent and wouldn’t purposely avoid working with her.

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    babypook
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    Whaaat?

    Am I seeing things…again?

    Tarantino has long reminded me of Paul Verhoeven, with that sense of humour which can slam one over the head.

    I cant remember what it was like to be sooooo definitely sure about everything.

     Period.

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    Mladen Vukcevic
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    Shouldn’t have somebody told Tarantino that Blanchett is not in “Philomena”? He lost me when said that we will talk about “American Hustle” 30 years from today. It’s not been even 2 years, and that movie is forgotten.

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    CAROL-CHANNING
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    LOL HE SAYS CASTING BLAKE LIVELY IN “THE TOWN” IS PHONY, BUT YET SOMEHOW THE CASTING OF JENNIFER LAWRENCE IN “AMERICAN HUSTLE” WASN’T? GURL, BYE.

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    Vulture is like The National Enquirer for movie news. Never liked that site. And the thing with Tarantino is I freaking love his movies but I fucking despise him as a person. And he sucked DOR’s cock so much in this interview I think I’ve barfed a little bit in my mouth.

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    [quote=”Vincelette”]Tarantino is pretty offensive in that interview and I do think he shouldn’t be so full of himself… He has done some brilliant work, but his films are mostly lack of inspiration and variety. Blood. Guns. The N Word. Drugs. Sex. Abuse. Graphic scenes. Samuel L. Jackson. It’s boring after a while…and his comment on the actors…Blanchett’s performance in Blue Jasmine alone is better than all of Tarantino’s actors’ performances combined…

    His films may not be versatile in content or message, but his strength is in his writing and direction, not his ideas. He can make what are essentially modified versions of the same film (like IB and DU) into completely different beasts because of the direction he takes them in.

    Also, I know he gets chastised for his use of “the N word” and I agree a lot of it is unnecessary, but to his credit, he doesn’t use the word in settings where you wouldn’t hear it in real life (for example, Brad Pitt isn’t throwing it around freely in Inglourious Basterds, at least to the best of my memory). 

    Lastly, I don’t think he was dissing Blanchett as much as he was dissing the films she chooses to be in. I’m sure he sees her talent and wouldn’t purposely avoid working with her.

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    Don’t get me wrong. I do think that he’s a talented director & writer (a bit overrated, though) – but he shouldn’t comment on films & performers. That’s just wrong. It’s not the daily Gold Derby Forums talk, it’s real life. He has no right to criticize Blanchett’s career or films by fellow directors. Especially because he’s not perfect either. Actually, he’s pretty limited sometimes. So if I were him, I would apologize, because that’s just not a nice interview.

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    [quote=”Vincelette”]Tarantino is pretty offensive in that interview and I do think he shouldn’t be so full of himself… He has done some brilliant work, but his films are mostly lack of inspiration and variety. Blood. Guns. The N Word. Drugs. Sex. Abuse. Graphic scenes. Samuel L. Jackson. It’s boring after a while…and his comment on the actors…Blanchett’s performance in Blue Jasmine alone is better than all of Tarantino’s actors’ performances combined…

    His films may not be versatile in content or message, but his strength is in his writing and direction, not his ideas. He can make what are essentially modified versions of the same film (like IB and DU) into completely different beasts because of the direction he takes them in.

    Also, I know he gets chastised for his use of “the N word” and I agree a lot of it is unnecessary, but to his credit, he doesn’t use the word in settings where you wouldn’t hear it in real life (for example, Brad Pitt isn’t throwing it around freely in Inglourious Basterds, at least to the best of my memory). 

    Lastly, I don’t think he was dissing Blanchett as much as he was dissing the films she chooses to be in. I’m sure he sees her talent and wouldn’t purposely avoid working with her.

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    A shiver went up and down my spine when I read this; much like a shadow walking over my final resting place.

    The man can say what he wants. We just dont have to like it.

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