Im 8ten Film von Quentin Tarantino treffen in einer einsamen Hütte im Schneetreiben 8 Unbekannte aufeinander – allesamt durchtrieben, schräg und absolut. Fast drei Stunden lang und ultrabreit: Der Schnee-Western „The Hateful 8“ ist Quentin Tarantinos erstes Alterswerk. Über Blu-ray Filme bei Thalia ✓»The Hateful 8«von Quentin Tarantino, Samuel L. Jackson, Kurt Russell, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Tim Roth, Walton.
Universum FilmverleihThe Hateful 8. BILD Text The Hateful 8. US - Min. - engl. OmU - Regie: Quentin Tarantino - Drehbuch: Quentin Tarantino - Kamera: Robert Richardson. The Hateful 8 ein Film von Quentin Tarantino mit Samuel L. Jackson, Kurt Russell. Inhaltsangabe: Irgendwo im verschneiten Wyoming, einige Jahre nach dem. Über Blu-ray Filme bei Thalia ✓»The Hateful 8«von Quentin Tarantino, Samuel L. Jackson, Kurt Russell, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Tim Roth, Walton.
Quentin Tarantino Hateful 8 Navigation menu VideoTHE HATEFUL EIGHT Cast Interviews - Quentin Tarantino, Channing Tatum, Samuel L. Jackson This is when he vowed, "never to work with them Miley Cyrus. Retrieved February 6, Archived from the original on January 26, Daily News. Tarantino edited two versions of the film, one for the roadshow version and the other for general release.
This Article is related to: Film and tagged Django Unchained , Netflix , Quentin Tarantino , The Hateful Eight. Back to IndieWire. On August 22nd, Robert Rodriguez' Sin City: A Dame to Kill For opened in theaters in the United States, with a teaser trailer for The Hateful Eight attached, which leaked on to YouTube within a day.
In September, it was announced the film will be scheduled for a Fall release. At the end of the month, it was announced the film will be shot entirely in southwest Colorado.
The first official ad for the movie featuring a stagecoach with a trail of blood behind it was featured in TIME MAGAZINE in July She is a theme park fanatic, which has lead to covering various land and ride openings, and a huge music fan, for which she judges life by the time before Pearl Jam and the time after.
She is also a member of the Critics Choice Association and the Television Critics Association. Tarantino withheld this trivia from interviews, until after the film's release, because he was already contesting false reports that the movie would be a sequel to "Django Unchained", and didn't want to further muddle early public expectations.
This is also why, in the wake of the script's leaking on-line, he was considering taking the story back to novel form, when he considered cancelling production.
Ennio Morricone said in an interview that he accepted Quentin Tarantino 's request to score the film, because he liked the script, and because Tarantino gave him full freedom in the composition.
Morricone said he considers the film an adventure movie, rather than a Western, and as a result, he tried to make the music sound completely different from his famous Western scores.
He based the music on the feelings that the script evoked in him, rather than composing music for specific scenes.
Because Morricone had only about a month to produce his score, he added several pieces of music that he had originally written for The Thing , some of which had never been used.
Morricone finally gave Tarantino five pieces of music, which he could use in the movie as he pleased.
In the original script, the character of Bob was supposed to be a Frenchman, not a Mexican. For the most part, the roles of Major Warren, John Ruth, Oswaldo, and Joe Gage were written with Samuel L.
Jackson , Kurt Russell , Tim Roth , and Michael Madsen in mind. The role of Daisy Domergue was less specific, and many actresses were considered before Jennifer Jason Leigh was cast.
Quentin Tarantino said, "Daisy became one of the most interesting characters, because she's on the page, but she's not on the page; an actress literally needs to invest in playing that character from beginning to end.
They have to get you to that last chapter. It had to be an actress I could trust, and also a performer you enjoy watching her character work.
When Jennifer came in, she was very impressive in the reading, but what really got me, was I'd just started watching a bunch of her movies.
I had a whole Jennifer Jason Leigh film festival. I watched one, and I couldn't wait to put the next one in, she was such an entertaining actress, especially about that time in the 90s, like eXistenZ , Georgia , and especially Mrs.
Parker and the Vicious Circle Those movies were built around her. Her performance was the center of the movie, and everything was built around that, and that's what was needed for Daisy.
The Thing was the only film that director Quentin Tarantino showed to the cast. The song Daisy Domergue Jennifer Jason Leigh sings when she plays the guitar is an Australian folk song called "Jim Jones at Botany Bay".
The gory special effects were courtesy of The Walking Dead 's special effects guru Greg Nicotero , who also contributed to Quentin Tarantino 's other films: Inglourious Basterds , Kill Bill: Vol.
The name of the stagecoach line "Butterfield Overland Stage" is the same as in to Yuma Viggo Mortensen was in talks for the character of Jody Domergue, but had to decline due to scheduling conflicts.
Josh Brolin was rumored to have been up for a major role, but nothing came of it. The name of Major Marquis Warren is a tribute to writer and director Charles Marquis Warren , who specialized in westerns for example, Little Big Horn and Arrowhead and also contributed in excess of two hundred fifty articles of pulp fiction to various magazines.
Kurt Russell 's John Wayne impersonation was quite deliberate; at one point, his character utters the line, "That'll be the day! All of the main events in this film take place in less than one day.
In the script's first draft, which was leaked, the Abraham Lincoln letter is only brought up once in the stagecoach, and is never mentioned again.
In interviews, Quentin Tarantino explains that he always intended to make more of it than that, but wasn't ready yet. He wanted to spend more time with the material, and let the story slowly evolve in the two subsequent drafts that would follow.
Despite the reddish canyons of Wyoming being referred to as "the Red Rocks", there is no real town called "Red Rock" in the entire state.
It is an entirely fictional town made up by Quentin Tarantino. However, there is a "Red Rocks" in Colorado, where the film was shot. According to an October 12, Variety Magazine interview with Quentin Tarantino , the 70mm roadshow cut of the movie is three hours and seven minutes long, making it his longest individual film although the two parts of "Kill Bill" are four hours and eight minutes combined.
The version released in other formats, meanwhile, removed the twelve-minute overture and intermission, and six minutes designed for the spectacle of 70mm projection, reducing the length to a minute under Django Unchained Misty Upham originally had a part in Django Unchained as a character named "Minny" who owned the bar in which Christoph Waltz and Jamie Foxx drink in the film.
The role was deleted, and eventually the character showed up in this film, also owning a type of public house. After Upham's death, the role was kept in the film, as an homage to her, but was re-cast.
In other words there is no real clue. The dialogue, normally the strongpoint of Tarantino films, is actually not that great. Conversations are drawn out without the characters actually saying anything.
It does help a lot that we do get a great cast Kurt Russel, Sam L Jackson and Jennifer Jason Leigh because without them the movie would fall apart rather quickly.
The rest of it is in a cabin where standard 35mm or even a digital camera could have perfectly captured the images.
About the music I can be short: there is almost none. It' might have been composed by Moricone who unrightfully got an Oscar for it, but it does not add much here in this film.
I'm glad I didn't see it on the big screen. It works just as well on the small screen, maybe even better coz you can pauze it to get more booze and a snack.
So despite my rather harsh comments I would recommend it but know that this is far from Tarantino's best work. All Titles TV Episodes Celebs Companies Keywords Advanced Search.
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Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Full Cast and Crew. Release Dates. Some critics expressed unease at the treatment of the Daisy Domergue character, who is the subject of repeated physical and verbal abuse and finally hanged in a sequence which, according to Matt Zoller Seitz of RogerEbert.
Scott felt the film "mutates from an exploration of racial animus into an orgy of elaborately justified misogyny". Daisy is feisty and highly intelligent, yet the plotline is arbitrarily stacked against her.
They don't treat her like a fairy princess because she is a woman, they treat her like a killer because she is a killer. She defended the hanging scene as in the filmic tradition of villains "getting what's coming to [them]", and that equivalent scenes with male villains in previous Tarantino films raised no objections.
Walton Goggins described the two survivors cooperating in the hanging as symbolic of a positive step to erase racism: "I see it as very uplifting, as very hopeful, and as a big step in the right direction, as a celebration, as a changing of one heart and one mind.
She's a tiny thing. There is no point in the film, or maybe one just barely, when Daisy inflicts any violence upon anyone — and by then it could be argued that she is only desperately trying to defend herself.
She is handcuffed to Kurt Russell, needing his permission to speak and eat, and then punched brutally in the face whenever she says anything.
Tarantino intended the violence against Domergue to be shocking and wanted the audience's allegiances to shift during the story. He said: "Violence is hanging over every one of those characters like a cloak of night.
So I'm not going to go, 'OK, that's the case for seven of the characters, but because one is a woman, I have to treat her differently.
In early , Tarantino announced that he plans to adapt The Hateful Eight as a stage play. As of January , the stage adaptation has not been released, and has not been not mentioned since.
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Archived from the original on January 4, Retrieved January 6, The Independent. The details of the agreement with the Arclight people were as follows; The Hateful Eight would play at the theater approximately two weeks after the release of Star Wars Episode 7: The Force Awakens.
This would allow the Disney-owned franchise some room to play at the cinema before The Hateful Eight arrived. Related: Who Knew? Unfortunately for Quentin, Disney wanted their massive sequel to play in the cinema throughout the entirety of the holiday season According to Quentin, Disney phoned up the people at Arclight and threatened to pull Star Wars from ALL of their theaters nationwide if they didn't drop Quentin and The Hateful Eight from that one screen.
They couldn't turn to Disney and say, "No". Disney had them up against the wall.Passwort vergessen? Walton Goggins. In: The Denver Post. Tonformat .