"After doing Django I knew I didn't want to do any Django movie sequels or anything, but I liked the idea of there being several paperbacks that could be the further adventures of Django or maybe go back in time, a couple more Django/Schultz adventures. So I hadn't written a novel before and I thought I would just try my hand at writing a Django paperback. At the time it was called ‘Django In White Hell'. Instead of [Samuel L. Jackson's] Major Warren it was Django."
But the problem was Django was just too goodhearted for the Hateful story! The director went on to say:
"Because I was introducing such rough characters in this piece, and there would be even more disreputable characters waiting for them [at the haberdashery], at a certain point I realized, ‘well you know what's wrong with this piece? It's Django. He's needs to go. Because you shouldn't have a moral center when it comes to these eight characters.'"
We definitely would have picked up a copy — but who knows, there could still be a paperback in Django's future!
For now though, we're getting an exciting movie instead!
If you want to hear more of Quentin's thoughts, check out the full interview (below):
Make sure you check out the sure-to-be violent wester when it hits theaters Christmas day!
But now, the younger sister of Louis, Félicité Deakin (pictured above, left, with Louis), has figured out her own way to pay tribute to her mother in a very special manner, and we are SO touched by it.
On Friday, the 16-year-old Deakin shared the following image (below), a gorgeous portrait of the family with her late mother, Johannah Deakin, surrounded by all of her children: