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Hollywood actor Brad Pitt reportedly has signed on to star in Quentin Tarantino's new World War II picture "Inglorious Bastards." Pitt had a scene-stealing role in the 1993 movie "True Romance," which Tarantino wrote and Tony Scott directed.
Hollywood filmmaker Quentin Tarantino is talking to Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio about co-starring in his war film, Inglorious Bastards. Variety.com said Tarantino met Pitt in France Tuesday and plans to talk to DiCaprio Thursday about headlining his latest big-screen outing.
Showtime Networks Inc. says it has entered into an exclusive seven-year film distribution arrangement with The Weinstein Co., a U.S. studio. The joint announcement was made Monday by Matthew C. Blank, chairman and CEO of Showtime Networks, and Bob and Harvey Weinstein, co-chairmen of TWC.
The Weinstein Co. reportedly will co-finance Hollywood filmmaker Quentin Tarantino's latest movie, as well as distribute it domestically and oversee production.
Hollywood filmmaker Quentin Tarantino says he is happy to have finished the screenplay for his upcoming World War II picture, Inglorious Bastards. Tarantino is known for his blood-soaked films Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill.