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The rumors are true. Quentin Tarantino is back, and it's time to emotionally prepare ourselves for whatever sh*t show is about to go down.

“Django Unchained” proved to be one of the most controversial movies of 2012. From Black academics and intellectuals critiquing Quentin Tarantino’s depiction of slavery to Spike Lee’s comment that he wouldn’t see it because he found it “disrespectful”  to his ancestors, “Django Unchained” proved to be divisive amongst Black moviegoers. RELATED: Tyrese Makes A Movie […]

From director Quentin Tarantino‘s comments to its “overuse” of the N-word and now these action figures, it seems like we can’t stop talking about Django: Unchained. Haven’t heard about the action figures? On amazon.com, they are selling between $26 and $50. For that price, you too can have your own Shultz or Stephen from the […]

It’s hard to go a day without hearing about the Django: Unchained’s surrounding controversy. It’s like a new one pops up every day. From how many times the cast says the N-word (it is a reported 110 times) to the action figures, here is our timeline for you to keep up. Before and After Django‘s […]

Director Quentin Tarantino likes the N-Word. A Lot. Maybe more than Trinidad James. Maybe more than The Last Poets. Maybe not as much as Samuel L. Jackson, but he likes it. Must Read: Samuel L. Jackson On Gun Control, Django & Attracting Black Moviegoers His latest movie “Django Unchained” received criticism for the 110 N-bombs dropped during the […]

Quentin Tarantino’s slave western has been drawing criticism from the day the trailer was released and comments from the controversial director have not helped. RELATED: Samuel L. Jackson On Gun Control, Django & Attracting Black Moviegoers VibeTV caught up Director Spike Lee, who has had issues with Tarantino’s work in the past, to get his thoughts […]

TV One is airing the special, “Django Unchained: The TV One Special,” which is a look into the controversial new movie by Quentin Tarantino, Django Unchained. The movie tells the story of Django, a freed slave (played by Jamie Foxx), who teams up with a bounty hunter to save his wife (played by Kerry Washington) […]

In another example of White Privilege run amuck, Director Quentin Tarantino put the 1977  TV film “Roots” in his crosshairs for not being an accurate depiction of slavery. “Hollywood didn’t want to deal with it because it was too ugly and too messy,” Tarantino recently told The Daily Beast.  He is making the claim to underline […]

The upcoming Quentin Tarantino film “Django Unchained” is the most talked about project in Hollywood right now. The soundtrack is beginning to become the most talked about in the music industry. Part of the reason may have to do with John Legend tapping into his inner gangsta on his new song “Who Did That To […]

Popular film director Quentin Tarantino dropped the tracklist and cover art for his forthcoming film “Django Unchained.” As Tarantino does with his films, he has packed the soundtrack with big named stars alongside artists who you may not be too familiar with. The album features music from Anthony Hamilton, James Brown, and 2 Pac. Jamie […]

The genre of kung fu films have been dying a slow death since Jet Li and Jackie Chan decided to become real actors. Quentin Tarantino and RZA are here to change that. RZA and Quentin Tarantino have collaborated once again to bring you a modern kung fu classic. The Man With The Iron Fists is […]

If you take a slave that gets paid to kill white people and give him a James Brown soundtrack you can’t possibly go wrong. In Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained, Jamie Foxx plays a slave-turned-bounty hunter who sets out to rescue his wife (Kerry Washington) from a brutal Mississippi plantation owner (Leonardo DiCaprio). Like TheUrbanDaily.com on […]