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Kittie02

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#1 14 years ago

The 5th Film From Quentin Tarantino Inglorious Bastards

Release Date: TBA Late 2004 or Early 05 (estimated)

World Premiere: May, 2004, Cannes Film Festival (likely)

Title Note: (12/9/02) This project has sometimes been listed as 'Glorious Bastards', but the title is indeed 'Inglorious Bastards', like the 1977 movie that Bo Svenson also costarred in.

Distributor: Miramax Films

Production Company: A Band Apart (Stark Raving Mad, 1995's White Man's Burden)

Cast: Michael Madsen (Babe Buchinksy), Bo Svenson; other cast not announced yet.

Cast Notes: (9/11/01) Adam Sandler has long been mentioned by Quentin Tarantino as being hoped to costar, but he has not officially been confirmed (yet). I'd say that if QT is saying all this, Sandler is likely though. Madsen and Sandler are probably just the tip of a huge casting iceberg which may include any number of other actors, including many, like Harvey Keitel, Bruce Willis, Steve Buscemi, etc. who were in other Tarantino films.

Character Name: Madsen's character is named Babe Buchinsky as an homage to Charles Bronson, who costarred in many WWII films (The Great Escape, The Dirty Dozen, etc.), playing characters similar to the one Madsen will play.

Director: Quentin Tarantino (Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, Reservoir Dogs; codirector of Four Rooms; next up before this are Kill Bill Vol 1 and Kill Bill Vol 2)

Screenwriter: Quentin Tarantino (Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, True Romance, Jackie Brown, From Dusk Till Dawn, Kill Bill)

Not Based Upon: (12/9/02) Although they share titles, AICN reports that this is not a direct remake of the 1977 WWII movie also called 'Inglorious Bastards.' Quentin Tarantino has apparently cast Bo Svenson in this film partly as an homage to his performance in the 1977 film.

Trilogy Note: (10/30/03) In an interview in the latest issue of "Vanity Fair," Quentin Tarantino reveals that one of the projects he worked on in the six years in between the releases of Jackie Brown and Kill Bill Vol. 1 was trying to hammer 'Inglorious Bastards' down as a script. In the process, however, he ended up not writing one script, but three feature-length scripts which he now plans on actually filming as such, rather than doing just one. Some of the questions that remain unknown are if all three films will be called 'Inglorious Bastards' (Volumes 1 through 3?), if 'Inglorious Bastards' is just the name of the first film, if the stories are complete separate, if they feature the same core group of characters, or if they are all basically the same, really-long story, broken out into three parts. Another question to ponder is... will QT try to film all three movies at once, back-to-back?

Premise: The exact details of the plot aren't yet (9/7/01) know, but QT describes this as being a "guys-on-a-mission" World War II war movie, about U.S. soldiers taking on the Nazi's. Tarantino also told AICN that the group is made up of men who are about to be executed, but are offered a chance at reprieve.

Filming: There's currently no production start date for this project, but Quentin Tarantino has told various sources recently (6/1/04) that he hopes to make this his next movie, which suggests a start of production in 2005 (or 2004 at the optimistically earliest).

Genre: Action, Historical, War

Source: Yahoo Movies




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#2 14 years ago

Er, okay. :Puzzled:




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#3 14 years ago

I love war movies and I love Quentin Tarantino's movies, so I'm sure i'll like this movie. :)




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#4 14 years ago

I am sure to like this one too

Go Adam Sandler

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#5 14 years ago

Anyway, welcome to the forums. :)




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#6 14 years ago

I just can't picture Adam Sandler in a war movie. I just can't!!




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#7 14 years ago
V0rtexI just can't picture Adam Sandler in a war movie. I just can't!!

same here, very weird... but tarantino rules




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#8 14 years ago

Eh, I think Quinten Tarantino's kind of overrated...




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#9 14 years ago
V0rtexI just can't picture Adam Sandler in a war movie. I just can't!!

It seems kind of odd, but I reckon 'Punch Drunk Love' showed that Adam Sandler can make a pretty decent fist of a more dramatic role. Back in his 'comedy' days, I'd never have figured that Tom Hanks could handle 'Saving Private Ryan' as well as he did! :)