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The new movie from Quentin Tarantino is over 18 months away, which means from now at least until cameras roll later this year, it’s going to be a slow drip of information about the film. But here is what we know so far. Leonardo DiCaprio is attac…

The new movie from Quentin Tarantino is over 18 months away, which means from now at least until cameras roll later this year, it’s going to be a slow drip of information about the film. But here is what we know so far. Leonardo DiCaprio is attac…

Yes, we know — Quentin Tarantino‘s Charles Manson movie, isn’t actually a Charles Manson movie. “It’s not Charles Manson, it’s 1969,”  the director said about his Los Angeles-set movie, which is said to have a vibe somewhere along the same …

It’s nice to see Paul Thomas Anderson demystifying his so-called secretiveness and—a bit of a stretch, but a term people still use—“reclusiveness” by conducting so many interviews for his masterful new movie “Phantom Thread.” Hell, he even graced yours…

At one time, James Cameron‘s “Titanic” was….well, king of the world. The doomed romantic drama was a commercial and Oscar sensation, and removed any doubt that the director didn’t have the chops to match his ambitions. Sin…

Quentin Tarantino spent his entire career under Harvey Weinstein‘s umbrella, and has been candid about what he knew about the former mogul’s behavior, and his regrets about not taking action. The scandal is still unfolding, but Tarantino is…

Literally two posts ago we were talking about how prolific Martin Scorsese is and Boom! Here comes Marty with another one, with news of a project that could reteam him with an actor who’s been something of a muse of his over the past fifteen or so years. Deadline reports that Scorsese will reteam once again with Leonardo DiCaprio for a biopic of Teddy Roosevelt. READ MORE: Martin Scorsese Reportedly Directing Documentary On Bob Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Revue To those who haven’t boned up on this history, the 25th president, one of the Mount Rushmore faces, overcame a sickly childhood to become one of America’s most active, action-packed politicians, and eventually became the youngest president at the age of 42 after the death of William McKinley. Continue reading Leonardo DiCaprio & Martin Scorsese Reteam For Teddy Roosevelt Biopic at The Playlist.