From Dusk Till Dawn: Titty Twister Edition
Lionsgate Home Entertainment has revealed that it is planning to release a limited edition Blu-ray box set of director Robert Rodriguez's cult From Dusk Till Dawn (1996), starring Harvey Keitel, George Clooney and Juliette Lewis. The Titty Twister Edition will be available for purchase online and in shops across the United Kingdom on November 26th.
Too bad it's UK only. :(Titty Twister Box Set Goodies:
Exclusive Titty Twister Edition Poster
2 Titty Twister Shot Glasses
6 Limited edition Postcards
Titty Twister Iron Bar Sign
Exclusive Santanico Pandemonium Tattoo
From Dusk Till Dawn Blu-ray
Audio Commentary with Quentin Tarantino & Robert Rodriguez
"Hollywood goes to Hell" Featurette
The Art of Making the Movie
Deleted Scenes & Alternative Takes
On the Set
I like Tarantino and all, but if anyone is going to inherit Kubrick's throne it's Aronofsky.
Exclusive: The RZA Says He Had To Drop Out Of 'Django Unchained' | The Playlist
In an exclusive interview with The Playlist, the rapper/actor/director told us he had to regrettably drop out of the picture earlier this year. "I'm not in 'Django Unchained,' " he told us. "I gave my role up to a buddy. Can you believe that?" When asked who will fill in for the role of Thaddeus in Tarantino's Spaghetti Western slave epic, the Wu-Tang'er turned filmmaker wouldn't disclose the name, though he downplayed it considerably, claiming it was, "Just another buddy that trained with me." You'd have to be a bigtime player in Hollywood to simply give up a role in the hottest film of the holiday season, but The RZA had completely reasonable obligations. "It's my fault," he says, crediting time spent on post-production for his long-in-the-works martial arts epic "The Man With The Iron Fists" that opens later this fall. "I got stuck in editing. I couldn't do it." In other words, don't look for any drama here, folks.
A family friend took acting classes with Quentin back in the day. Quentin didn't have a car so would ask for rides, but people thought he was strange so didn't want to help out. Our friend was the only one willing to give him rides, and he later returned the favor by giving the guy a small role in Reservoir Dogs. Also a part in Pulp Fiction, but the scene got cut. Quentin might be strange, but it was very cool of him to look the guy up and give him a break. Kindness does pay dividends.