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‘Django Unchained’ Producer Reginald Hudlin Talks Bringing the Film To Comic Form [Interview]
‘Django Unchained’ Producer Reginald Hudlin Talks Bringing the Film To Comic Form [Interview]
Reginald Hudlin has worn a lot of hats. He's been a producer, comic writer, and director, amongst other work. Recently, Hudlin's applied two of those skills to one project, as both a producer on Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained and, as it turns out, the writer who's adapting the film into a miniseries for DC Comics, along with artist R...
Mighty Marvel Missed Opportunities: A Tarantino-Written/Directed Luke Cage Movie?
Mighty Marvel Missed Opportunities: A Tarantino-Written/Directed Luke Cage Movie?
While we're wondering where Luke Cage is going to show up in the Marvel Universe next - not to mention when/if we'll ever see the Genndy Tartakovsky Luke Cage comic promised years ago - here's something to tease fans of Marvel's original Hero for Hire: Quentin Tarantino once wanted to make a Luke Cage movie starring none other than Laurence Fishburne...
Preview the First Pages of the ‘Django Unchained’ Comic Book from R.M. Guera and Vertigo
Preview the First Pages of the ‘Django Unchained’ Comic Book from R.M. Guera and Vertigo
Quentin Tarantino and comic books go together like chocolate and peanut butter, and yet it's taken us until now to get the four-color equivalent of a Reese's Cup, with Django Unchained. Announced at Comic-Con International in San Diego, the Django Unchained miniseries from Vertigo will adapt the complete screenplay to Tarantino's latest feature: a bloody Spaghetti Western set amidst the American
Quentin Tarantino Crashes ‘Before Watchmen’ Panel, Announces ‘Django Unchained’ Comic [SDCC]
Quentin Tarantino Crashes ‘Before Watchmen’ Panel, Announces ‘Django Unchained’ Comic [SDCC]
Halfway through DC's Before Watchmen panel, DC Comics Co-Publisher Jim Lee abruptly entered the panel to introduce legendary writer/director Quentin Tarantino. Tarantino stated that most of his scripts are much longer than the eventual movies, and a lot of material needs to be cut; as a result, his upcoming movie Django Unchained will have an accompanying five-issue miniseries published by DC Com