Quentin Tarantino is feeling a bit calmer now, and might now start shooting The Hateful Eight in November


Quentin Tarantino and cast at the live reading of The Hateful Eight at the United Artist's Theatre in LA

Quentin Tarantino and cast at the live reading of The Hateful Eight at the United Artist's Theatre in LA

Veteran entertainment journalist Roger Friedman has a story on Showbiz411 from sources claiming that Quentin Tarantino has now decided to revive his recently abandoned project The Hateful Eight and start shooing this November. The director had declared the project, a Western, dead following an earlier script leak. The cast could include the same actors who took part in a live reading of the script at the United Artists theatre in Los Angeles.


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