The “This Is the End” co-director has yet to name any cast for next Thursday's event
Yeah, we happy.
The reason: Quentin Tarantino's Oscar-winning “Pulp Fiction” screenplay will be February's Film Independent at LACMA live read presented by “This Is the End” co-director Evan Goldberg, TheWrap has learned.
The seminal crime drama, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this summer, will be read next Thursday night by a cast that has yet to be named. Goldberg announced the live-read on Twitter Thursday night.
It won't be the first Tarantino joint to get the LACMA live-read treatment: Jason Reitman has also presented “Reservoir Dogs” last February, with an all-black cast that included Terrence Howard, Cuba Gooding Jr., Anthony Mackie and Laurence Fishburne (NOT Samuel L. Jackson, alas).
Other LACMA live-read performances have included “Boogie Nights” with “Twilight” stud Taylor Lautner, and “American Beauty.”
For the record: A previous version of this story incorrectly stated Jason Reitman would be directing the live read. TheWrap regrets the error.