Some say Quentin Tarantino doesn't give a f*ck, but that's simply not true. Reservoir Dogs contained 269 f*cks, Pulp Fiction contained 265 f*cks, and now, Tarantino has given two f*cks directly to Hollywood.
While cementing his place in history at the iconic Grauman's Chinese Theatre, Tarantino imprinted a not so discreet F*CK U impression direct from the souls of his shoes.
Fans of the 52-year-old director may feel a tiny flutter of recognition at the lasting legacy. In what may be the Easter Egg of all Easter Eggs, the shoes are a subtle reference from Kill Bill Vol.1.
See the "blink-and-you'll-miss-it" clip below:
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A Lifetime Ambition
Proving that the message was all in jest, Tarantino expressed his delight at being chosen to cast his identity at the theater, which has seen thousands of famous names throughout history. He said:
"Actually, it's not that I have wanted to do this my whole career, I have wanted to put my hand and footprints in the Grauman Chinese Theatre courtyard way before I ever had a career.
"This is something I have wanted to do my entire life."
A Turbulent Time
Perhaps if Tarantino did have beef with the industry, it'd be understandable. The run-up to the release of his latest flick, The Hateful Eight (trailer below) was fraught with problems.
Not only was the script leaked before production, almost canceling the release entirely, but an online piracy group also circulated a version of the movie on the Internet, before its cinematic release.
Oh, and Tarantino expressed his dismay at Disney, who he felt were "going out of their way to f*ck [him]" after the Cinerama Dome breached a contractual agreement to show The Hateful Eight, and ran with Star Wars: The Force Awakens instead.
Released on Christmas Day, The Hateful Eight has been nominated for three Golden Globes and has made $32.4 million at the box office so far.
Source: Yahoo News