Quentin Tarantino Gives Hope to Friendzoned Men Everywhere

Uma and Quentin romanticUma Thurman aka Mia Wallace aka Beatrix Kiddo let Quentin Tarantino out of the friendzone and into her box. Us Weekly is reporting that, after 20 years of advances (and ending her engagement to Arki Busson), Uma finally let Quentin suck on her toes.

Great, now Woody Allen will really never give up on bagging Scarlett Johansson. Smiles for all men who never thought they had a shot and frowns for the women who have painstakingly rejected their advances. My heart goes out to the Khaleesi and Jorah Mormont… And Duckie.

Uma’s probably sick of liking dudes who don’t like her back equally, and figures she could do a lot worse than a brilliant freak director who she loves as a friend.  Continue reading “Quentin Tarantino Gives Hope to Friendzoned Men Everywhere”

Spike Lee Won’t Be Seeing ‘Django Unchained,’ Calls Tarantino ‘Disrespectful’

Spike Lee 2012Critics like Betsy Sharkey of the L.A. Times may call Django Unchained Quentin Tarantino’s most “entertaining film yet,” but one person will not be seeing the pre-Civil War Western starring Jamie Foxx.

“I can’t speak on it cause I’m not gonna see it,” Spike Lee told VIBE. “All I’m gonna say is, it’d be disrespectful to my ancestors to see that film. That’s the only thing I’m gonna say. I can’t disrespect my ancestors. Can’t do it. Can’t do it. That’s me.”

This isn’t the first time Lee has expressed annoyance towards Tarantino. After the release of 1997’s Jackie Brown, Lee told Variety that he was not pleased with the use of the N-word.

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