Tarantino’s ‘The Hateful Eight’ Wins Big At Capri-Hollywood Film Fest | Film News
Quentin Tarantino‘s latest feature The Hateful Eight has proved itself even after the disruption due to the unusual projection format. Indeed, the film has already gained commercial and critical success. During the 20th edition of the Capri-Hollywood International Film Festival, the movie has won four awards, including Best Movie, Best Actor (Samuel L. Jackson), Best Supporting Actress (Jennifer Jason Leigh) and Best Score (Ennio Morricone).
After the success of the 70mm roadshow presentation that started on Christmas Day, the Weinstein Company decided to release the feature into the wide digital market earlier than originally planned, moving the release date up to the December 30 in some countries. In Italy, where the festival took place, the movie is set to hit the cinemas on February 4.
And you, have you seen the movie yet?
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