Joined at Comic-Con International by the likes of Kurt Russell, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Tim Roth, Quentin Tarantino held court on Westerns, filmmaking and his future.
Kurt Russell looks cold and not particularly happy in the latest image from Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming Western.
Along with a slew of stills from the revenge films arrives a few more details about the colorful cast of characters.
“Entertainment Weekly” turns its cover over to the Western it calls “the meanest, grittiest, deadliest movie of the year.
Back by “Gimme Danger” by Iggy and the Stooges, the teaser delivers an animated introduction to the upcoming Western. Updated.
Although it clocks in at just one minute, the latest trailer squeezes in new footage and turns the spotlight on franchise veteran Vin Diesel.
For evidence that Vin Diesel’s car jump between skyscrapers may not be the most gloriously ridiculous stunt in Furious 7, look no further than the new trailer.
Big explosions and even bigger car stunts mark the trailer for Furious 7, starring Vin Diesel, Paul Walker and Dwayne Johnson.
The writer/director talks about the television inspirations of the script, properly presenting the 70mm film, and his retirement.
The Conjuring and Lost stars round out a quartet of rough riders in S. Craig Zahler’s upcoming Western.
The Western, which stars Kurt Russell and Samuel L. Jackson as rival bounty hunters, is apparently set to begin shooting early next year.
Quentin Tarantino is reportedly saddling up with The Hateful Eight, featuring a cast that includes Samuel L. Jackson, Michael Madsen and Kurt Russell.