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8:05 pm - 01/17/2013

Django Unchained becomes Quentin Tarantino's highest grossing film




The Weinstein Company is pretty proud of Quentin Tarantino’s latest effort, Django Unchained. Aside from the two Golden Globe wins for Best Supporting Actor (Christoph Waltz) and Best Screenplay (Quentin Tarantino), and along with the five Oscar nominations the film received (including Best Picture), Django Unchained has officially become Tarantino’s highest grossing film to date (domestically). Have a look at The Weinstein Company’s official release after the jump.


New York, NY – January 17, 2013 – The Weinstein Company (TWC) is thrilled to announce that DJANGO UNCHAINED has just become Quentin Tarantino’s highest-grossing film to date in the domestic marketplace, with a cumulative gross nearing $130 Million. The movie, starring Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kerry Washington, and Samuel L. Jackson, was released wide on Christmas Day 2012. Tarantino’s previous record was set by INGLORIOUS BASTERDS which grossed over $120.5 Million in the U.S.

Fresh off this weekend’s two Golden Globe® wins for Best Supporting Actor (Christoph Waltz) and Best Screenplay (Quentin Tarantino), and celebrating the movie’s five Oscar® nominations including Best Picture, DJANGO UNCHAINED is continuing to gather steam in the awards race, and continues to receive critical and popular acclaim. Some of the many supporters include the Reverend Jesse L. Jackson, who released this statement, “ [DJANGO UNCHAINED] captures the cultural, physical and psychological pain heaped upon the lives of men and women of African descent-expressing in dramatic terms the existential nightmare endured by so many for so long. By this measure, the scar of violence, exploitation and subrogation made evident—and the focus of this film—is not just a picture of random violence, but portrays America at its lowest moment as a nation. The violence that we see portrayed in this drama might well renew our focus on the 256 years of racial violence that continues to be an indelible chapter in the history that is America.”

“Bob and I have had the most extraordinary filmmaker relationship with Quentin Tarantino and we are proud to be here for this incredible milestone. We also appreciate working with Amy Pascal, Michael Lynton, and the incredible Sony team on this project. They have been great partners internationally,” said Harvey Weinstein, Co-Chairman of The Weinstein Company.


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What's your favorite Tarantino movie ?
warsawed 17th-Jan-2013 07:33 pm (UTC)
Thats awesome!

My fave is the masterpiece that is Kill Bill Vol 2, for this line alone

deathbytamarind 17th-Jan-2013 08:19 pm (UTC)
That's my favorite line from both movies too.
brucelynn 17th-Jan-2013 08:30 pm (UTC)
best part is when she left Daryl Hannah in the house screaming when she took her eye out

also the sandwiches Bill was making looked so .... good
ladywilde80 17th-Jan-2013 09:09 pm (UTC)
YESSS! Everything about this movie is pure perfection and this line is poetry.
megalixer 17th-Jan-2013 10:00 pm (UTC)
YES. I consider Kill Bill 1+2 as one movie (and it's p. much my favorite of all time, let alone Tarantino's) but I like part 2 better than part 1 as well. David Carradine was so great in that part.
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