Quentin Tarantino

Anti-Police Brutality Organizer: 'I Am Glad Quentin Tarantino Came'

Carl Dix, an organizer behind an anti-brutality protest attended by Quentin Tarantino, went toe-to-toe with Megyn Kelly and ex-LAPD detective Mark Fuhrman on Kelly’s Fox News show. 

RECAP: From #BlackLivesMatter to #RiseUpOctober, a Day of Protest

Photos and videos of activists in New York City, Chicago and Ithaca as they rallied and marched against structural racism and its impact on people of color in this nation.

Yasiin Bey is Working on a Prequel to a Classic Quentin Tarantino Film

Watch the trailer.

Will Smith Says He Turned Down the Role of 'Django' Because He 'Needed to be the Lead'

Actor Will Smith tells Entertainment Weekly he turned down the role of Django in Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Django Unchained’ because the slave character was not the lead in the film.

'Grey's Anatomy' Actor Jesse Williams Offers Tips On How To Portray Slavery

Actor Jesse Williams, known for his role as Dr. Jackson Avery on the TV series “Grey’s Anatomy” just published an essay on CNN.com that juxtaposes the Quentin Tarantino films “Django Unchained” with “Inglorious Basterds,” the 2009 fantasy involving a band of American soldiers taking revenge against the Nazis.

Williams asks why “Django Unchained” included stereotypical and graphic images of black slaves while “Inglorious Basterds” avoided much of that imagery.

Quentin Tarantino Drops N-Word Less Than a Minute into Press Conference

Less than a minute in to the director’s press conference backstage he had already dropped the N-word. Tarantino was answering a question about the use of the N-word in his film.