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Tarantino, Rodriguez “Grind” It
Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez are in the house. Make that Grind House.
The directing buddies, who have previously collaborated on the recent thriller Sin City, along with the 1995 film anthology Four Rooms and 1996’s bloody vampire flick From Dusk Till Dawn, are ready to tag team on a new horror film.
Each filmmaker write and direct a 60-minute frightfest that will be coupled together and released under the title Grind House next spring by Harvey and Bob Weinstein’s new company.
The Weinsteins announced the project as part of their upcoming slate of post-Miramax films. The brothers will begin distribution films via their new venture, tentatively called the Weinstein Company, beginning in September, when they officially exit Walt Disney.
“We have said all along that we would hit the ground running and we are confident that this slate will represent and deliver the kinds of movies that audiences will love,” the Weinsteins said in a statement.
As part of the Grind theatrical presentation, Tarantino and Rodriguez will create interstitial material, including trailers, and will incorporate bits from other filmmakers that will pay tribute to the grindhouse flicks of old.
Tarantino and Rodriguez have had strong relationships with the Weinsteins for more than a decade.
Tarantino’s first two features, 1992’s Reservoir Dogs and 1994’s Pulp Fiction, helped put Miramax on the map as a major Tinseltown player, while Rodriguez’s hit Spy Kids series became a big moneymaker for the studio’s genre arm, Dimension Films.
Miramax also released Four Rooms and Dimension, From Dusk Till Dawn.
Tarantino and Rodriguez forged their friendship on the indie film circuit in the early 1990s, when Reservoir Dogs and Rodriguez’ El Mariachi solidified their status as wunderkind directors. Tarantino played a supporting role in Rodriguez’s 1995 El Mariach remake/sequel Desperado and costarred with George Clooney in From Dusk Till Dawn, which he wrote and Rodriguez directed as an homage to B-movie horror flicks. Rodriguez also contributed a song to Tarantino’s Kill Bill, Vol. 2.
No word yet on the Grind House plots, but expect buckets of blood and cheap thrills.
The announcement also ends speculation on what Tarantino’s next project would be after directing the season finale of CSI, which aired last week to monster ratings.
He recently shot down speculation that he wanted to helm a new Friday the 13th installment. He also has been tweaking his script to his long-in-the-works World War II epic, Inglorious Bastards. (Longtime Tarantino collaborator Michael Madsen told British movie site EmpireOnline that he was going to costar along with fellow Reservoir alum Tim Roth and Adam Sandler and Eddie Murphy.)
As for Rodriguez, he announced at Cannes earlier this month that he is developing Sin City 2. His next film, The Adventures of Shark Boy and Lava Girl in 3-D, is due out June 10.