You may recall that a couple weeks ago, I wrote here about how Quentin Tarantino had a hissy-fit because his new screenplay, The Hateful Eight, got released online and so he was pulling the movie from development. I suggested that this struck me as a ridiculous thing to do, and thought that it might have been a publicity stunt, though an odd one, and that we might actually see the movie after all.
I don't necessarily think it was a publicity stunt, mind you, but it does now appear that we might, indeed, actually see the movie after all.
Shocked, we are. Shocked!
Check out this article here about a series of Tweets from Jeff Sneider of TheWrap. He seems to have some inside information that's off-the-record, so he can't officially confirm the news, but suggests that the movie will movie forward, and all it took is Tarantino calming down...and realizing he should, well, just rewrite the script.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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