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The New Beverly Cinema purchased a digital projector shortly before the "Kill Bill" director's diatribe against it May 23
After 20 years Jackson still remembers his famous "Ezekiel 25:17" rant
Plus: Quentin's favorite laugh lines from his own movie. The surreal experience of watching him watch his breakthrough film on a beach, 20 years after...
Oscar winner wants to put 90 minutes of extra footage to good use
A tight Palme d'Or race enters its final day as the stars come out to party (and fundraise)
Goodbye, paintball, animation and tributes
"Pulp Fiction" filmmaker files amended complaint over leaked script after initial lawsuit was dismissed
It's almost 5 minutes of pure bliss
Gawker also claims its link was fair use
Tom Rothman's TriStar Productions will kickoff its resurgence with a 3D movie about the man who walked between the Twin Towers
Lizzy Caplan, who stars in Goldberg's upcoming comedy "The Interview," will also participate in the Film Independent at LACMA event
The "This Is the End" co-director has yet to name any cast for next Thursday's event
The "Saturday Night Fever" and "Pulp Fiction" star says a turn as a villain in a 007 movie would let him "close the chapter"
Fans can revisit Tarantino's first two films in advance of "Django Unchained"
"Pulp Fiction" actress will play Wiress in the Suzanne Collins sequel
Its film library includes movies like "Pulp Fiction" and "No Country for Old Men"
And yes, they did sometimes make it up as they went along
Having already made a pact with Hulu earlier this summer, Miramax will push Facebook's biggest streaming initiative to date
Iconic films from studio's library -- like "Pulp Fiction" -- will be available to watch instantly for the first time
The studio's new chief talks its rich catalog, digital distribution and his plans to make Ron Tutor's $660 million bauble pay
Quentin mashup sets his most memorable movie scenes to his own eclectic soundtracks
The studio that once defined taste and artistry is being shuttered on Thursday by Disney
The "Pulp Fiction" screenwriter will serve the rest of his drunk driving term in jail.