Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Quentin Tarantino gets (finally) his star on the Walk of Fame – Le Figaro

US director opened the slab that pays tribute to the famous boulevard located in Hollywood, just days before the release of his ninth feature film, The Eight Salopards .

The Oscar-winning director Quentin Tarantino, 52, Monday inaugurated its star on the “Walk of Fame” in Hollywood, a few days before the release of his new movie Eight Salopards (January 6 in France). It joins the famous legend of the 7th art already acclaimed this “promenade celebrities.”

At the opening of his star ceremony, Monday, December 21 in front of the Chinese Theater in Los Angeles, the filmmaker told this crowd how his parents brought him to see films in the same cinema when he was young, including Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid , and his first James Bond Diamonds Are Forever .

“There was tail to the end of the block, we took place in the queue and at one point I stood stack at this point, he recounted a nostalgic, showing its star. Hollywood was so much at home for a long time, even before I came to live here “

At his side, his favorite actor Samuel L. Jackson described admiringly Quentin Tarantino.” There are very few directors who consider cinema as it does, the purity of the 7th art, it should be for the public who loves cinema. What interests him is to make movies that make people happy, because when we were little, we went to the movies to be happy, and it has not changed. “

Quentin Tarantino, who left school when he was still in high school, has insisted that we could learn by oneself. The self has also proved its worth: he won two Oscars, for Pulp Fiction (1995) and Django Unchained (2013). It remains to see if the Eight Salopards will receive much praise. For now, it has been selected as a Golden Globe in the category scenario.

A scenario that inspired the director so he thinks fit the theater. “This may be my next project after completing my tour of promotion with the film world,” he declared at the premiere of the film.


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