Christoph Waltz Reviews, Interviews & More

'Tarzan' Will Swing into Theaters July 1, 2016

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Tarzan will be coming to theaters again in 2016, this time with Alexander Skarsgard as the titular hero, The Wolf of Wall Street's Margot Robbie as Jane and with Christoph Waltz and Samuel L. Jackson, all from Harry Potter director David Yates. This is happening, and it's kind of a terrible idea.

'The Zero Theorem' Trailer Shows Off Christoph Waltz in Terry Gilliam's...

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For a two-time academy award winner, Christoph Waltz hasn't made much of an impression outside of Quentin Taratino's movies. Not that he hasn't been choosing smartly: he's worked with filmmakers like Michel Gondry and Roman Polanski, but in films that were either disappointments (The Green Hornet) or underseen (Carnage). His latest is a Terry Gilliam film called The Zero...

'Horrible Bosses 2' Could Wrangle Up Christoph Waltz And Chris Pine

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There's nothing worse than having a bad boss slowly but surely ruin your work life. In the first Horrible Bosses movie, our heroes had to face some pretty wretched people, but they're not out of the woods yet. If the casting is confirmed, it appears as if they'll have a couple of smug new faces to deal with in Horrible Bosses 2.

DVD and Blu-ray Picks for April 16 - 22

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Django Unchained Movie Review
Another slow week for DVD and Blu-ray releases, but hey, hopefully your taxes are done, and you can pick up Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained. Otherwise, there’s a great classic 80’s film hitting the Criterion collection, and some classic Jackie Chan films.

News Roundup: Bradley Cooper Rescues 'Jane Got A Gun,' New 'Great Gatsby'...

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Bradley Cooper is a very busy man. He's set to star in David O. Russell's next project, and has also been cast in Cameron Crowe's upcoming (and still untitled) film. But that's not stopping him from saving Jane Got A Gun. The western project has gone through a lot of changes this past month; Jude Law was the latest to quit the project. But word is Cooper is stepping to save the day....

'Django Unchained': Will Smith Bailed Because The Role Wasn't Big Enough...

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Here’s a fascinating case of an actor wildly mis-reading a script: in 2011, news broke that Quentin Tarantino wanted Will Smith to star as the titular character in his pre-Civil War era spaghetti western, Django Unchained.  Which made sense, in a way—Tarantino has a knack for oddball casting, and Will Smith starring in an actual good film is as odd as it gets these days (plus, as...

'Epic' Trailer: A Bunch Of Celebrities Save A Forest

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In an effort to collapse as many celebrity vocals as was humanly possible into one 3D CG film, Blue Sky has crafted Epic, which is exactly that—a self-consciously gigantic film about good vs. evil inside a forest and (because this is a children’s film) the prerequisite child/teen/target audience surrogate who is stuck in the middle.

VOTD: Zach Galifianakis Gets Awkward With Oscar Nominees In 'Between Two...

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Hey. Hello. How's your day going so far? Not so great? Okay, well get ready 'cause we're about to make your day. Zach Galifianakis is back with his awesome Funny or Die series Between Two Ferns. In the latest episodes, he sits down with a bunch of Oscar contenders and asks all of the important questions that no one is asking, you know, the nitty-gritty.

News Roundup: Disney's 'Paperman' Debuts Online, Nicolas Cage As Superman,...

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One of the many perks of seeing a Disney movie at the movie theater is that you always get a delightful snack before the big meal. By that we mean the short film that comes before the feature. These clips are filled with creativity, emotion and wonderful, unique characters. Paperman, the short that debuted in front of Wreck-It Ralph last fall, was uploaded...

News Roundup: Guillermo Del Toro Introduces Short Film That Inspired...

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Before Guillermo Del Toro's Pacific Rim hits theaters next summer, he'll unleash Mama, a horror film by first-time feature director Andres Muschietti. The film is actually based on a short Muschietti wrote and directed, which impressed Del Toro so much that he decided to take the young filmmaker under his wing. Below you can watch Del Toro introduce the short...

Django Unchained: Movie Review

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In 2009, Quentin Tarantino tackled Europe's Nazi past with Inglourious Basterds. Three years later, he's decided to take care of home. The writer and director's latest work, Django Unchained, focuses on the darkest time in American history. Jamie Foxx stars as a freed slave, who with the help of a German bounty hunter, searches for his wife in a world set on keeping them...

'Django Unchained': The Blood-Spattered Official Poster

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Okay, so we're currently drowning underneath the heavy weight that is possible Oscar contenders. But we must not forget that there is a couple of movies that we should be paying attention to that are coming out next month. No, we're not talking about the darn Hobbit, we're referring to Quentin Tarantino's bloody revenge tale Django...

Bret McKenzie To Write 'The Muppets 2' Songs

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Oh happy day! We're not sure about the rest of you, but when The Muppets first came out we were in love. Seriously, that movie so so much fun to watch over and over again. One of the many highlights about it was the songs, made none other than Flight of the Conchords co-star Bret McKenzie. Now after having received an Oscar for one of his...

'Django Unchained': Quentin Tarantino Calls It Part Of A Trilogy With...

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In the most recent issue of Total Film—the 200th overall—the magazine celebrates the past 15 years in film, and names Quentin Tarantino as the “Director Of Our Lifetime,” and features an interview with the hyperactive auteur.  In said interview, Tarantino drops an interesting nugget about his upcoming spaghetti western genre rip, Django Unchained, and its...

News Roundup: Joaquin Phoenix Doesn't Want An Oscar For 'The Master,' Lena...

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Joaquin Phoenix's performance in The Master is undoubtedly one of the best (if not the best) of the year. But he could care less about whether or not his performance was "Oscar-worthy." The actor recently said that he doesn't believe in the Academy Awards and that he does not want the gold statue. Also, Lena Dunham announced the official return date of...

'Django Unchained' Gets Character Posters

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Movies have been great for the last couple weeks. We've gotten The Master, Looper, Argo, and shortly we'll be getting Cloud Atlas. These are films to talk about and think about for days. But this is an awesome year for movies, because in a couple weeks we'll also be getting...

Newest 'Django Unchained' Trailer Showcases Typical Tarantino Humor And...

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Well, despite many casting changes and bailouts, and accusations of an out of control production, it appears that Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained is still on schedule for a Christmas release, as the film’s marketing train continues to roll ever onward.  Now we have another full-length trailer which once again spells out the plot—Django (Jamie Foxx) teams up with a bounty...

'Django Unchained': The Second International Trailer Is Out

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Despite a series of numerous casting changes and leaked info about an “out of control” and over-budget production, Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained marketing rollout is moving onward, this time with a new international trailer with snippets of new footage.

'Django Unchained' First Look: Quentin Tarantino Unleashes Studio Sizzle...

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Saturday morning, Quentin Tarantino brought his epic Django Unchained to Comic-Con. He unveiled an eight-minute sizzle reel that featured never before scene footage from the film. It consisted of material from the first-half of the movie, which means there were no major spoilers. But plenty of action, blood and humor. So without...

BET Debuts 'Django Unchained' Teaser With Sam Jackson And Ennio Morricone

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Quentin Tarantino and Jamie Foxx appeared on the BET awards on Sunday night, and brought with them a new 60 second teaser for Tarantino’s eighth film (ninth if you count his Four Rooms segment), Django Unchained.  The new spot features a remix of Ennio Morricone’s famous “The Ecstasy of Gold” from The Good, The Bad, and...