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XeroWarp 5/10/2012 6:43:49 PM

I have no idea what rumors may be floating around. I am wondering if the script is a bit too raw or heavy dealing with the subject matter? Some actors may not be willing to cast themselves in a certain light in todays PC world.

invisage 5/10/2012 8:30:30 PM

The only rumour I read about Kurt leaving was that it was sold to him as a Western and that while had a Western setting, it really wasn't. Could just be his PR camp glossing it over or could be a pinch of truth in that he thought he was getting involved in a true Western and when he found out the real subject matter he wasn't happy?

invisage 5/10/2012 8:32:20 PM

Forgot to add that it should be an awesome film regardless and I cant wait!

domino2008 5/11/2012 3:12:42 AM

Take from whats happening in the news today , playing a racist role can put a stigma  on a Actor .Something in this role must make ppl mad when they will  watch it onscreen . For a movie where so many good Actors arent taking a role in a ' Tarantino " flick , He must be pushing the envolpe a bit too far at the wrong time .I dont think to see Spike Lee inline to see this movie !

Arnor83 5/11/2012 4:46:50 AM

 Kurt Russell! Nooooooooooooo!!!


It's gonna rule anyway.

Bryzarro 5/11/2012 6:29:28 AM

 Yeah well as much as I've liked Jamie Foxx in some of his films I'm not sure there are many scripts he would turn down.  Much less a Tarantino film.  But my guess would be the slavery side of the story.  

We are all educated and aware in this day and age but to be cast as the slaver is a no go.  Just my 2 cents.

InnerSanctum 5/11/2012 7:50:18 AM

 Kurt Russell!  NOOOOOOOO!  And, because it "was not Western enough."  NOOOOOO!  Crap...Quinton just can't shake his love for crap cinema.  Russell was the one actor who had me excited by the project.  He makes a hell of a cowboy.  

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