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PostSubject: Re: Inglourious Basterds   Sun Aug 16, 2009 2:20 pm

That's cool! What's that bbad? Is it graphic tie-in of the movie?

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PostSubject: Re: Inglourious Basterds   Mon Aug 17, 2009 10:03 am

A edição de setembro da Playboy americana trará uma história em quadrinhos especial: uma cena do filme Bastardos Inglórios, feito em 2009 por Quentin Tarantino e com Brad Pitt no elenco..I'm not sure Times but the above heading was with the pic .I think its featured in playboy magazine..do you know what it says?
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PostSubject: Re: Inglourious Basterds   Mon Aug 17, 2009 11:28 am

bbad wrote:
A edição de setembro da Playboy americana trará uma história em quadrinhos especial: uma cena do filme Bastardos Inglórios, feito em 2009 por Quentin Tarantino e com Brad Pitt no elenco..I'm not sure Times but the above heading was with the pic .I think its featured in playboy magazine..do you know what it says?
it's portuguese. Wink
The September edition of Playboy will bring an American comics particular: a scene from the movie inglorious Bastards, done in 2009 by Quentin Tarantino and Brad Pitt in the cast

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PostSubject: Re: Inglourious Basterds   Mon Aug 17, 2009 4:36 pm

Thanks so much for translating DB cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Inglourious Basterds   Sat Aug 22, 2009 9:14 pm

Okay guys I'll try to post the graphic adaptation in a spoiler just in case you haven't seen the movie and does not want to be spoiled with any scene... Smile

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PostSubject: Re: Inglourious Basterds   Mon Aug 24, 2009 8:10 pm

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'Inglourious Basterds' takes box office top spot

LOS ANGELES — "Inglourious Basterds," the latest stylized action flick from director Quentin Tarantino, took the top spot at the North American box office this weekend, initial figures showed Sunday.

Starring Brad Pitt, the film, about a Jewish-American roving militia that kills and scalps Nazis, earned 37.6 million dollars in its first week of release, according to box office tracker Exhibitor Relations.

Falling to second place was "District 9," which tells the story of a race of extraterrestrial refugees who are granted asylum in South Africa but have to fight off a nefarious corporation seeking to harness their alien technology.

The well-reviewed action thriller earned 18.9 million dollars in box office receipts in its second week of release.

Also falling one place was "G.I. Joe: The Rise of the Cobra," which took the number three spot in its third week in theaters. The action movie based on the popular toy franchise pulled in 12.5 million dollars over the weekend.

"The Time Traveler's Wife," starring Rachel McAdams as the wife of a man with a genetic anomaly that means he moves back and forward through time involuntarily, earned the number four spot, with receipts of 10 million dollars in its second week of release.

At the number five spot was "Julie and Julia," a movie about famed cook Julia Child, who is known for introducing French cooking to Americans, and Julie Powell, a woman who spends a year cooking recipes from Child's most famous cookbook.

In its third week in theaters, the feature starring Meryl Streep and Amy Adams, earned nine million dollars.

In at number six was new release "Shorts," which tells the story of a boy who discovers a magic wishing stone. The family movie earned 6.6 million dollars in box office receipts.

Down two spots to number seven was "G-Force," an action-comedy about a crack squad of guinea pig spies, which earned 4.2 million dollars. A host of Hollywood stars, including Penelope Cruz and Steve Buscemi, voiced characters in the movie, which has taken in 107.3 million dollars in five weeks.

In its sixth week of release, "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince," the sixth installment of the franchise, fell one spot to number eight, earning 3.5 million dollars.

The feature, which sets the stage for the final confrontation between the boy wizard and his arch-nemesis Lord Voldemort, has taken in 290.3 million dollars since its release.

At number nine was "The Ugly Truth," starring Katherine Heigl as a romantically challenged producer looking for love, which took in 2.9 million dollars in its fifth week in theaters.

Rounding out the top 10 was "Post Grad," a comedy about a college graduate who moves back in with her eccentric family while she tries to find a job, which earned 2.8 million in its first week in theaters.

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PostSubject: No Fiction? 'Basterds' may become highest grossing QT pic   Wed Sep 02, 2009 2:41 am



No Fiction? 'Basterds' may become highest grossing QT pic

By Steven Zeitchik


It's still not likely, but 10 days into the release of "Inglourious Basterds," there's an outside chance the WWII pic could become Quentin Tarantino's biggest grosser ever.

The revenge-fantasy/ensemble drama/film-geek wet dream climbed to $74 million in domestic boxoffice this weekend, leapfrogging both editions of "Kill Bill" (which each earned between $65m and $70m domestically). Now the only target left is "Pulp Fiction," which earned $108 million on its way to Oscar glory.

There are still plenty of caveats to go around, of course. Scoring $100+ million in 1994 means a lot more it does in the ticket-inflated period of 2009. And even with a big international cast and some nice momentum on the global front, "Basterds" is unlikely to catch the $213 million worldwide take of "Fiction."

But for a movie that was greeted with some skepticism when its development was first announced (only a year before it hit theaters), its numbers are no small achievement. In fact, after its strong hold in a quiet weekend (kudos to Weinstein schedulers, even if the dating meant the pic stepped on the company's own "Halloween II"), "Basterds" now ranks as one of the top boxoffice underdog stories of the year, trumping the first-quarter successes of low-mid budget pics like "Taken" and behind only the eye-popping $417m global take of "The Hangover."


And it rose to that status by overcoming obstacles that "Pulp Fiction" never faced. "Basterds" didn't have the festival buzz or the air of the novel that "Fiction" had. And it certainly didn't have anywhere near the critical support. What "Basterds" did have was shrunken Weinstein staff and coffers.

But what it also does have -- and no matter how many messages you send, you won't change our minds -- are the benefits of a technology-enabled word of mouth. That allowed good buzz to spread much faster than normal, pushing numbers quickly up in the first two weeks and in turn helping it hold screens it otherwise might have lost -- a phenomenon you can (now now, put away that skepticism) generally label the Twitter Effect.

Can the movie actually catch "Pulp Fiction"? A tough task. But with the awards talk for Christoph Waltz and a near-certain original-screenplay push for Tarantino, the movie could have legs into the fall, especially if Harvey brings the film back into theaters come nom time, as he's wont to do.

Tarantino suggested when we interviewed him at Cannes that "Basterds" was his creative book-end to "Pulp Fiction." Who could have known it was a financial capper as well.



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