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Bob Weinstein and Quentin Tarantino Ride Again

Weinstein Co. American Film Market Party

Bob Weinstein, who worked with Quentin Tarantino on “Pulp Fiction” and “Kill Bill” will join forces with Stacey Sher to produce Tarantino’s gunslinging “The Hateful Eight.”

The story, which is expected to be a heartwarming tale of friendship, peace and personal growth (by almost no one), will feature a group of stagecoach passengers post U.S Civil War who get stranded during a blizzard and find shelter in a store called Minnie’s Haberdashery.

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Stacy Sher has worked on “Erin Brokovitch” and “Along Came Polly.” She worked on Tarantino’s Western “Django Unchained.” G. Mac Brown will be the executive producer, with Shannon McIntosh and Richard Gladstein joining the production team.



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