Director recounts secret fight to Jay Leno
"Nikita" executive producer Carlos Coto will serve as showrunner
The writer and director of "Django Unchained" explains why he thinks "The Lone Ranger" is one of the year's best and why Batman kinda sucks...
Leonard's work inspired decades of Hollywood's television and movie hits
Box office analysis: The Weinstein Company seized the chance to score with summer's under-served moviegoers
"Pulp Fiction" director will be honored for contributions to film
Microbloggers speculate censors didn't care for Tarantino's film
Will Smith says Django wasn't the lead
"Django Unchained" will premiere in the People's Republic of China on April 11
The star of "Django Unchained" defends his director and adds that the film is "supposed to" make viewers angry
"Django Unchained" has made about $129 million at domestic box office, topping his "Inglourious Basterds," despite early criticisms from Spike Lee
Golden Globes voters may have temporarily eased the pain of those Oscar snubs for Ben Affleck and Tom Hooper, but the real race is still...
Debra Messing, Anna Gunn, Ariel Winter and more of show business' best and briightest hit the red carpet at the 2013 Golden Globe Awards
Advocacy group and Amazon customers call for their removal from the market
Analysis: Too many songs qualified for the Best Original Song Oscar, and not enough of them are good
Only in domestic release, and with $82.4 million through Jan. 2, it has already outstripped all of the previous Tarantino movie mash-ups
From Spike Lee to Louis Farrakhan to a defiant Samuel L. Jackson, Quentin Tarantino's slavery western "Django Unchained" has become a flash point and a...
Guest blog: Quentin Tarantino isn't afraid to show the ugly, seamy side of this tragic part of our nation's history
Quentin Tarantino has made one of the year's most entertaining films -- but is "Django Unchained" great?
Analysis: When profoundly male-skewing "Django Unchained" takes on the very female-friendly "Les Miserables" in the Christmas Day box-office battle, who wins?
Spike Lee doesn't believe Quentin Tarantino is appropriately portraying slavery
Frank Ocean's "Wiseman," which Tarantino thought didn't fit with any of the "Django Unchained" scenes, is now up on Tumblr
The Weinstein Company says its tracking indicates Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" will connect with African-Americans
Except for a few laggy bits, Quentin Tarantino’s funny, violent take on past genres spotlights great turns from Foxx, Waltz and a shockingly loose DiCaprio
Tensions between the characters start to rise in this clip from Quentin Tarantino's upcoming film
Defending his movie's violence, Quentin Tarantino says slaveholders did "far worse" than any of the gory scenes depicted in "Django Unchained"
Tension mounts between Jamie Foxx and Leonardo DiCaprio in third and final theatrical trailer for Quentin Tarantino's latest film
Daniel Day-Lewis tells BAFTA’s Brittania Awards: “When I saw (Clint) talking to a chair in front of a room of strangers, I thought I have...
Wu-Tang Clan co-founder’s love for the kung fu genre doesn’t translate into excitement in his lackluster directorial debut
Fans can revisit Tarantino's first two films in advance of "Django Unchained"