"If you can live without it, leave it behind," the "Pacific Rim" director tells the El Rey chief on "The Director's Chair"
Bigger theaters, expensive projection and new directors will usher in a new era of movies, director says
Hemsworth and Harrelson are in talks to join the revenge Western drama
The New Beverly Cinema purchased a digital projector shortly before the "Kill Bill" director's diatribe against it May 23
"Django/Zorro" picks up where the film leaves off
After 20 years Jackson still remembers his famous "Ezekiel 25:17" rant
Seth MacFarlane's "A Million Ways to Die in the West" does not have to be an international sensation to prove the Western is alive and...
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)
"Pulp Fiction" filmmaker files amended complaint over leaked script after initial lawsuit was dismissed
Judge leaves room for an amendment to be filed
The "Smashed" and "Scott Pilgrim" actress has long teased a full length effort with star producer Dan the Automator
"Seeing a woman project the kind of aggression that you have to project as a comic just rubs me wrong," Lewis says
Film Independent changes venue, bumps the staged reading up to April 19
Only Nick Fury makes a kids-skewing family sitcom look badass
Lawyers for the Oscar-winning filmmaker contend the news-and-gossip blog went too far and exposed his "Hateful Eight" screenplay to the world
Gawker also claims its link was fair use
People gave real answers to fake questions for Kimmel's Oscar-themed "Lie Witness News" segment
Other awards at the French version of the Oscars go to Roman Polanski, "Broken Circle Breakdown," Adele Exarchopoulos
Only the Caymans-based parent company was dismissed from the "Django" director's copyright infringement case -- the American entities are still on the hook
The "Hostel" filmmaker co-wrote the script with his "Aftershock" collaborators Nicolas Lopez and Guillermo Amoedo
Gawker believes it has found a flaw in Tarantino's legal argument
Whether it's the Wolf of Wall Street or Woody -- sociopaths and psychopaths sell
"RoboCop" star's run-in with Sam Rubin wasn't his only awkward moment with the media
The "Morning Joe" host slapped Quentin Tarantino for his lawsuit, telling him to "Let Gawker, be Gawker."
Gawker refutes the director's claims, blames him for turning the leak into a story
Gawker's Defamer blog linked to the full 146-page screenplay last Thursday
The studio chief tells CNN's Piers Morgan that he's aware of hypocrisy argument with his violent film credit history and plan to make new anti-gun...
The Western has not been set up at a studio, nor have any actors been cast