Weeks after presenting his new film at the Cannes film Festival, ‘once Upon a time in Hollywood‘, it seems that Quentin Tarantino has a new project between the hands, again with Sony. According to an exclusive Collider, the director is collaborating with Jerrod Carmichael to move to the cinema, the comic book ‘Django/Zorro’ of Dynamite/DC Vertigo.
The play, written by Tarantino with Matt Wagner, is a sequel to your film of 2012 (in turn inspired by the classic Sergio Corbucci), and follows the adventures of the bounty hunter who incarnated Jamie Foxx. The american crosses his way with the mexican Diego de la Vega, the legendary Fox, and team up with the avenger, to free an indigenous population to be enslaved.
Tarantino, is between Django and Star Trek?
The information available up to the time points that Tarantino has chosen Carmichael –comedian, actor and screenwriter, creator of the ‘The Carmichael Show‘ or the series ‘Home Videos’ of the forthcoming premiere– for the project but it is unknown to what extent it is involved in the work of adaptation, and points out that there could be another writer involved. Let’s remember that Tarantino has recently returned to ‘Django unchained‘; last month revealed that it is working on a new mount extended.
on the other hand, the filmmaker is also linked to a project of ‘Star Trek‘ you want to produce J. J. Abrams with a libretto by Mark L. Smith, but whose current situation is confusing (Simon Pegg has no clear to go to get ahead). In any case, neither this delivery independent trekkie or the continuation of Django included in the plans of Tarantino as a director, which until further notice remains committed to his plan to retire after making ten films. And since you have…
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The news Tarantino wants to film his comic book about Django and the Fox was originally published in Espinof by Juan Luis Caviaro .
June 4, 2019
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