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  1. THR's Oscar Roundtables Roundup

    12:41 pm 1/9/2013

    An in-depth look at THR's coverage of 49 Oscar hopefuls including Rachel Weisz, Jamie Foxx, Quentin Tarantino, Bruce Cohen, Marion Cotillard, Judd Apatow, John Krasinski, Sally Field, Jeffrey Katzenberg and Jim Gianopulos. Read more

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  2. Quentin Tarantino Honored by Rome Film Festival

    8:07 am 1/3/2013

    UPDATE: The director and his cast, including Jamie Foxx and Christoph Waltz, attend the premiere of the movie, which pays homage to Italy's spaghetti Westerns. Read more

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  3. African Americans Turn Out in Force for Quentin Tarantino's 'Django Unchained'

    2:29 pm 1/2/2013

    Debate over multiple uses of the N-word in "Django" doesn't appear to be dampening interest in the film. Read more

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  4. Sharen Davis Aims 'Django Unchained' for Oscar Costume Glory

    11:59 am 12/29/2012

    The two-time Oscar nominated costume designer created pre-Civil War silhouettes spiced with a sexy Italian spaghetti western rock star flair.Read more

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  5. 'Django' to the Extreme: How Panic Attacks and DiCaprio's Real Blood Made a Slavery Epic Better

    12:00 pm 12/20/2012

    No one was safe from from harm on Quentin Tarantino's intense and ill-fated shoot.Read more

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  6. Quentin Tarantino Demanded -- and Got -- a Whole New Language of Sound Effects for 'Django Unchained'

    12:00 pm 12/20/2012

    The director sent his team of sound designers on a hunt for the perfect acoustical environments to capture the film's gunshots and whipcracks.Read more

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  7. Best Song: Katy Perry, Jamie Foxx and Keith Urban on Writing Movie Tunes

    6:00 am 12/20/2012

    Oscar-eligible songwriters new to the game explain their work.Read more

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  8. Why Quentin Tarantino Isn't Concerned With Violence in 'Django Unchained'

    5:00 am 12/19/2012

    The director, one of The Hollywood Reporter's 2012 Rule Breakers, tells THR he ignores calls to tone down his films: "Not one word of social criticism … has ever changed one word."Read more

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