Quentin Tarantino & Paul Thomas Anderson Talk ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood,’ Avoiding Exploitation & More In New Q&A Podcast

The Playlist | 8/24/2019 | Rodrigo Perez
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Quentin Tarantino has few peers that are his equals. Everyone from his “Four Rooms” days has basically come and gone besides Robert Rodriguez who has seemingly gone in a different direction these last few years, and there are very few directors from his era that were up-and-coming at the time that are on his level. Perhaps the only one, arriving on the scene a few years after the 1994 success of “Pulp Fiction” is Paul Thomas Anderson (who followed not far behind, making “Hard Eight” in 1996 and “Boogie Night” in 1997). And while there are sometimes rivalries between filmmakers on the rise in Hollywood, competing at the same level, PTA and Quentin have always been strong admirers of one another’s work.

Tarantino has talked to nearly everyone under the son about his new film “Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood” which has grossed $183 million worldwide so far, but he hasn’t yet talked to Paul Thomas Anderson about his ‘60s-set Hollywood love letter about a faded actor and his stunt double strive to make their mark in the film industry.

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In case you’ve been living under a rock, “Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood” stars Leonardo DiCaprio as that struggling actor, Rick Dalton, the former star of a western television series, trying to figure out his way in Los Angeles in the final moments of Hollywood’s golden age and Brad Pitt plays his loyal, longtime stunt double, Cliff Booth. While fame has seemingly passed them by, a vague...
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