Once more, the precise look of “The Hateful Eight” screenplay on the web wasn’t simply unsurprising, it was wholly anticipated. This was the fifth Tarantino script in a row to get out early, and was predictably riddled with spelling and grammatical errors. So why was this time totally different sufficient to compel the filmmaker to call up Deadline’s Mike Fleming Jr. and announce that he was suspending manufacturing for maybe so long as 5 years?
Not like the earlier scripts, this one was a primary draft. It wasn’t completed.
“I am very, very depressed,” Tarantino instructed Fleming. “I completed a script, a primary draft, and I did not imply to shoot it till subsequent winter, a yr from now. I gave it to 6 individuals, and apparently it is gotten out immediately.” In keeping with Tarantino, he’d given the screenplay to 6 individuals, all former collaborators. He named 4 suspects: Tim Roth, Bruce Dern, Michael Madsen, and Reginald Hudlin.
Tarantino instantly absolved Hudlin of this explicit offense, although he wasn’t thrilled that the “Django Unchained” producer had let an agent learn the script at his home. “That is a betrayal,” stated Tarantino, “However not crippling as a result of the agent did not find yourself with the script. There may be an unsightly maliciousness to the remainder of it.”