There will be a new Q in the James Bond star if colleagues of Quentin Tarantino’s get their way.
At a 25-year anniversary screening of “Reservoir Dogs,” Tarantino collected a Sundance Next Fest Institute Vanguard Leadership Award in Los Angeles, while Tim Roth led the review about how engaging it competence be to see the game-changing executive do the next 007 film.
“What fun that would be and we would all be backing up for that one,” according to Roth, who worked with Tarantino on “The Hateful Eight.”
Roth pronounced a Tarantino Bond crack would be the “goriest” 007 film in the spy series’ 55-year history. He also pronounced “it would also substantially be the wittiest Bond ever.”
Roth says sign him up to be a Bond knave conflicting Daniel Craig if ever that comes to be.
“Oh yeah, we would adore to do that,” he said.
Michael Madsen, who worked with Tarantino on “Kill Bill” in 2003 and seemed in the 2004 Bond crack “Die Another Day,” pronounced that’s a devise he’s like to see jarred and stirred.
“He would be good,” Madsen said. “I have got to make friends with Daniel Craig so we can get in it.”
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“Django Unchained” star Walter Goggins thinks that Tarantino would positively give a Bond film a opposite tone.
“So mostly Quentin is not given credit for how critical he is visually as a filmmaker,” he said. “He invented his own language. No one writes like he does. It is always magic.”
Tarantino himself shied divided from Bond talk, but also seemed perplexed when asked about his next plan – a reported hearing of the Charles Manson murders that rocked the universe in 1969.
“It’s being skewed as a Manson film – that is all we can say,” he said.
With James Desborough
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