I LOVED how these awesome women were the real thing to fear in the end!

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Kill Bill Vol. 1 (2003) / Django Unchained (2012)

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Leonardo DiCaprio cut his hand while the cameras were rolling on the set of Django Unchained and kept moving through the scene, never breaking character, and  his real-life bloodied hand made it into the final version of the film. During one take of that scene, DiCaprio unintentionally slammed his hand into glass, creating a gash that later required stitches. But that didn’t stop him from doing his job. As his hand bled quite visibly, DiCaprio kept going, even using the hand as a new dramatic prop. At one point he smears his bloodied hand over Broomhilda’s face in an act of evil dominance. And Broomhilda (Kerry Washington) looks horrified as he does it. (Perhaps Washington wasn’t acting!) And that was the take that director Quentin Tarantino kept in the film. (Source)

this man really wants his goddamn oscar 

Are you gonna bark all day, little doggy? Or are you gonna bite?

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Pulp Fiction almost starred Daniel Day-Lewis as Vincent Vega

Harvey Weinstein was dead-set against giving the role of Vincent Vega to John Travolta. “John Travolta was at that time as cold as they get,” says Mike Simpson, Tarantino’s agent at William Morris Endeavor. “He was less than zero.” Simpson had given Weinstein a “term sheet” of Taran­tino’s demands, which included final cut, a two-and-a-half-hour running time, and final choice of actors. “One of the actors I had on the list was John Travolta,” says Tarantino. “And it came back: ‘The entire list is approved … except for John Travolta.’ So I got together with Harvey, and he’s like, ‘I can get Daniel Day-Lewis, Sean Penn, William Hurt.’” By then, according to Simpson, “Daniel Day-Lewis and Bruce Willis, who was the biggest star in Hollywood, had both gotten their hands on the script and wanted to play Vincent Vega.”

Read More Here:
http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2013/01/pulp-fiction-almost-starred-daniel-day-lewis-matt-dillon-sean-penn

WOW THAT WOULD HAVE TOTALLY CHANGED PULP FICTION IN MY OPINION. BUT I CAN’T REALLY SAY IF IT WOULD BE BETTER OR WORSE. I LOVE DANIEL DAY-LEWIS. HOWEVER, VEGA IS SUPPOSED TO BE “COOL” AND TRAVOLTA CAN PLAY COOL. DANIEL DAY-LEWIS WOULD HAVE BEEN MUCH DARKER AND YELLED A LOT. 

I DRINK YOUR MILKSHAKE!!!

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2:40 Why Tarantino makes violent movies

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