Quentin Tarantino might be saddling up to direct his ensemble western "The Hateful Eight" ? which he emphatically mothballed after a script leak and sued Gawker Media over ? after all.
Critic's Notebook: Samuel L. Jackson, Bruce Dern and other stars mark a rollicking night onstage with Quentin Tarantino and the reading of his 'Hateful Eight.'
Quentin Tarantino is going unplugged.
Days after a script leak prompted Quentin Tarantino to shelve his ensemble western "The Hateful Eight," the filmmaker has filed a copyright lawsuit against Gawker Media and accused its Defamer website of disseminating copies of the script, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
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