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What’s Coming to Netflix in January 2020

What’s Coming to Netflix in January 2020

What better way to celebrate the New Year than by settling into the couch with a Netflix marathon? Get nostalgic about the early ’00s with Hilary Duff in “A Cinderella Story,” or get inspired to cook
The Movies & Shows Coming to Netflix in January 2020 We’re Most Excited About

The Movies & Shows Coming to Netflix in January 2020 We’re Most Excited About

Netflix has given us a first look at what to expect in 2020, unveiling its programming roster for January. Like every new year, it’s out with the old and in with the new. But as we bid farewell to
WIRE Buzz: MGM remaking Stephen King's The Dark Half; Tarantino talks Kill Bill Vol. 3; more

WIRE Buzz: MGM remaking Stephen King's The Dark Half; Tarantino talks Kill Bill Vol. 3; more

1p>Deadline is reporting that MGM has tapped Alex Ross Perry (Her Smell) to helm a remake of Stephen King's The Dark Half.First published in 1989, the book is a Jekyll and Hyde-type story about
Quentin Tarantino Says ‘Kill Bill Vol. 3’ Could “Definitely” Still Happen

Quentin Tarantino Says ‘Kill Bill Vol. 3’ Could “Definitely” Still Happen

Quentin Tarantino has finally offered good news about a third Kill Bill installment. Speaking to Andy Cohen for SiriusXM Radio on Monday, the director reiterated plans for a third movie to eventually
Quentin Tarantino Gives ‘Kill Bill 3’ Update; Confirms “It’s in the Cards”

Quentin Tarantino Gives ‘Kill Bill 3’ Update; Confirms “It’s in the Cards”

The last we saw The Bride, she was delivering the five point palm exploding heart technique and enjoying one last tender moment with Bill. She’d had her vengeance and all was right in her blood-soaked
Here’s What’s New on Hulu and What’s Leaving in December 2019

Here’s What’s New on Hulu and What’s Leaving in December 2019

Hulu has debuted their full rundown for what you can expect to see (and what you need to pencil in a last-minute watch for) in December 2019. Notably, there's surprisingly little holiday content
Quentin Tarantino Teases Future Plans for a Book, Play & Maybe a TV Series

Quentin Tarantino Teases Future Plans for a Book, Play & Maybe a TV Series

If there’s one thing movie buffs have long shared in common, it’s acquiring information on what Quentin Tarantino’s got swimming in his brain regarding future endeavors. Love him or hate him, he draws
Cult Movie Icon Sid Haig Has Passed Away

Cult Movie Icon Sid Haig Has Passed Away

Sid Haig, a veteran actor known for his memorable roles in exploitation movies—with particular prominence coming in recent years, thanks to the horror films of Rob Zombie—passed away on Saturday. He
10 Best Music Scenes in Quentin Tarantino Films

10 Best Music Scenes in Quentin Tarantino Films

One of Quentin Tarantino‘s hallmarks as a director is his ability to craft a great soundtrack. He’s an idiosyncratic filmmaker who knows how to fuse his passion for nostalgic ’60s and ’70s funk and
See Ben Simmons’ Jordan-Inspired Ferrari & More in This Week’s Top Comments Roundup

See Ben Simmons’ Jordan-Inspired Ferrari & More in This Week’s Top Comments Roundup

With yet another turbulent week behind us, our ever-sarcastic readership has risen up to let their opinions be known through a variety of biting, silly, and straight-up savage remarks. It is our happy
Quentin Tarantino Says ‘Kill Bill’ Is One Movie, Not Two

Quentin Tarantino Says ‘Kill Bill’ Is One Movie, Not Two

One of the more heated movie debates of the 21st century has been settled once and for all. That is, if you take the writer-director’s word for it. Following his severely underrated Jackie Brown,
Quentin Tarantino hasn’t killed the idea of Kill Bill 3: 'I have thought about it a little further'

Quentin Tarantino hasn’t killed the idea of Kill Bill 3: 'I have thought about it a little further'

Quentin Tarantino has claimed for several years now that he intends to retire from directing after his tenth feature to focus on other projects, among them writing plays and film criticism. Tarantino
Hold Up: Quentin Tarantino Says He's Talking to Uma Thurman About 'Kill Bill 3'

Hold Up: Quentin Tarantino Says He's Talking to Uma Thurman About 'Kill Bill 3'

"If any of my movies were going to spring from my other movies, it would be a third Kill Bill.”
Quentin Tarantino & Uma Thurman Are Having Conversations About ‘Kill Bill 3’

Quentin Tarantino & Uma Thurman Are Having Conversations About ‘Kill Bill 3’

In a new episode of MTV’s Happy Sad Confused podcast, director Quentin Tarantino revealed that he and Uma Thurman have been in recent discussions to revive the Kill Bill franchise. And by recent, we
Quentin Tarantino Says He and Uma Thurman Have Recently Talked about ‘Kill Bill Vol. 3’

Quentin Tarantino Says He and Uma Thurman Have Recently Talked about ‘Kill Bill Vol. 3’

Kill Bill Vol. 3 is a movie that feels like it’s been teased ever since the first Kill Bill arrived back in 2003. You’ve got the perfect set up in the scene where The Bride (Uma Thurman) kills Vernita
Here’s What’s Leaving Netflix in June 2019

Here’s What’s Leaving Netflix in June 2019

Last call, folks. The Netflix library is always in flux, and while there are plenty of new movies and TV shows coming to Netflix in June, the streaming service is also saying goodbye to some titles --
15 Kung Fu Movies Every Highsnobiety Reader Should See At Least Once

15 Kung Fu Movies Every Highsnobiety Reader Should See At Least Once

Kung fu has become essential to American cinema. Modern action films like The Matrix and Kill Bill rely on many of the same styles and principles of martial arts that many Americans first saw in the
The 10 Best Sneaker Photos on Instagram This Week

The 10 Best Sneaker Photos on Instagram This Week

Not known to disappoint, Highsnobiety’s dedicated #hskicks community came through with another round of exceptional footwear shots, making light work of sourcing a selection of this week’s best.
Cinematographer Robert Richardson on ‘A Private War’, the Loss of FilmStruck, ‘The Aviator’ and More

Cinematographer Robert Richardson on ‘A Private War’, the Loss of FilmStruck, ‘The Aviator’ and More

Robert Richardson is one of the greatest cinematographers who’s ever lived, full-stop. His versatility is matched only by his specificity, and it’s no surprise that he’s struck up a number of fruitful