What about Zorro, Django Unchained, Tarantino, Foxx and Jamie? Yes, please. What more can one ask for in a single film?
The renowned director is presently developing a project with Leonardo DiCaprio, who plays a television actor, and Brad Pitt, who acts as his stunt double. The film “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” follows the two men as they try to gain recognition in Los Angeles in 1969.
So, far as I’m aware, there’s been no movement on a potential fifth season of The Good Doctor. If you think about it, though, this resurrection has been in the works for quite some time.
QT is reportedly working on a Django/Zorro film, according to Collider. The graphic novel, which was based on the Django Unchained comic book and Zorro stories, was the source of the film. The plot was written by Quentin Tarantino for Dynamite Entertainment and DC Comics.
In this version, Django is a slave who has been freed and moves near Chicago with his wife Broomhilda. Django set out to go from one city to the next, working as a photographer or an architect.
The bad guy is captured and sentenced, but this isn’t his story. He meets up with Zorro, and the pair team up to enforce justice. After the Civil War, Dr. King, now in his early thirties, negotiates with Appleton to sell enslaved individuals in exchange for money and weapons.
He sets up a clinic in New York City’s Harlem district that serves as an underground railroad station for escaped slaves seeking refuge under apple trees on 125th Street.
According to the official narrative penned by Quentin Tarantino, The Hateful Eight is set in Wyoming during slavery.
Set some years after the conclusion of Django Unchained, Django/Zorro 1 finds Django again taking on the bad that men enable in his profession as a bounty hunter. He’s been operating in the western United States since there’s a warrant on his head east.
Setting off to Chicago with his wife, Broomhilda, after safely placing her in their home near Chicago, he’s once again launched out on the road, sending her money when he finishes a task.
It’s entirely by chance that he encounters the ancient and sophisticated Diego de la Vega – Zorro – who quickly captures his attention with his unique personality, the first wealthy white man he’s ever met who seems to be completely unafraid of color.
As Diego’s “bodyguard,” he is recruited for one excursion and quickly immersed in a battle to liberate the indigenous people of the region from a cruel servitude, discovering that slavery isn’t limited to black people. He may even slip on the mask and whip of The Fox!
It’s possible that Jerrod Carmichael will write the script and that Quentin will have a small role. Is he simply making the film, or will he also direct it? Is he going to provide constructive input during the writing process?
We’re dying to know, but our educated guess is that he’ll just make the movie since Tarantino has stated that after directing his tenth film, he’ll retire. We do not think that film is going to be Django/Zorro, but we will have to wait and see.
Despite the unknowns, the Django/Zorro comics were very well received and will undoubtedly make an engrossing concept film. Have you read any of the Django/Zorro comics? Are you looking forward to seeing this concept in action?