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All of these screenplays were Oscar-worthy, but only one gets the gold!
And this year the Best Original Screenplay was Django Unchained by Quentin Tarantino!
Quentin's pen was mightier than the sword when it came to defeating Michael Haneke for Amour, John Gatins for Flight, Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola for Moonrise Kingdom, and Mark Boal for Zero Dark Thirty!
That's one talented crop to top! Quite a feat for the filmmaker!
This song is off the chain!
Literally! It's called Unchained and we love it!!!
This marvelous mashup combines the fantastic funk of James Brown's The Payback, the hardcore hook from one of Tupac Shakur's last singles, and the sweet Western twang of a campfire sing-a-long!
Ch-ch-check out the ah-mazing music video (above) from Quentin Tarantino's heavily nominated film!!
Hopefully holographic 2Pac & the holographic Godfather of Soul surprise the world and perform their cut live, so to speak, at Sunday's Oscars! HA!
We won't know for sure until the big day, but with Oscars voting ending in mere hours, betting gurus are picking their faves!
So who should you be backing in your office Oscar pool?
Best Picture seems like a lock for Argo, which has already taken just about every award possible!
For Best Actress, it looks like we'll get yet another misunderstood movie quote from the lovely Jennifer Lawrence!
You may want to bet a penny - or better yet a fiver - on Daniel Day-Lewis to win Best Actor for Lincoln!
Anne Hathaway's breathtaking - and hair-cropping - performance in Les Misérables is just about guaranteed gold at this point!
And once again, Quentin Tarantino is the frontrunner for Best Original Screenplay for his sleeper hit Django Unchained!
But, of course, as any oddsmaker will tell you, anything can happen on any given Sunday!
Except Any Given Sunday can't win anything. It's not nominated and is like, ten years old.
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Quentin Tarantino was spotted out and about in Hollywood yesterday.
So it's extra great to see Tarantino out for a jog!
It was overcast and a little chilly (damn El Lay winter) but that didn't stop Quentin!
He knows that his creative brain is his money maker, and your brain can't run at its peak if your body is falling apart.
So he got his workout on!
Health, happiness and violent screenplays are just some of the things jogging could bring your way.
Especially if you're Quentin Tarantino! LOLz!
Way to get out there and pound the pavement!
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Django may be Unchained, but he definitely isn't uncensored!
When we heard the dolls — yes, dolls! Let's face it, "action figures" have kung fu grip; these toys come with outfits — based on the hit Quentin Tarantino film were being discontinued, we were bummed.
But the one silver lining we saw in this playbook was that people clever enough to have snagged them early were going to make a mint on eBay!
Well, it turns out we were wrong, because the controversy has proved too much for eBay, who banned the figures.
eBay, where you can purchase dead animals, Glenn Beck's urine, and yes- even a woman's virginity. But these toys were too much?
OK, we're sorry, but the whole point is that he's a hero! That's who toys get made of! He's a hero that goes from being a slave to leading a revolution! He's an American Spartacus!
You know who else was a slave? Darth Vader! Try banning all the toys made of him!
We are just plain tired of having to defend a movie about a character who fights slavery! It's insane!
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This generation's most pressing mystery is finally solved!
A few weeks ago, QT revealed a hidden connection between Pulp Fiction and Django Unchained. Unfortunately, the link was so subtle that the director himself forgot what it was, LOLz!!
Thankfully, the tireless minions of the internet love a good challenge!
One redditor discovered that
We told you about the controversy behind the Django Unchained Action Figures.
Rev. Al Sharpton's Nation Action Network and others condemned the dolls as racially insensitive due to their portrayal of slaves.
Despite the facts that the collectibles had cloth clothing, almost no articulation, and were retailing for the price of an XBox, Sharpton said the figures were directed at children.
Well, it seems the Weinstein Company is tired of the controversy over the Quentin Tarantino flick; they have ordered the line discontinued.
So if you wanted to relive the exciting scene where Jamie Foxx and Christophe Waltz stay in their boxes on a shelf and appreciate in value, you're out of luck.
Of course, there are still a few left out there if you have to have one- last seen nearing the $1000 price range!
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