Quentin tarantino dating history
'I needed to be doing it on my own, deciding the overall look of a film.'Although she has worked on the likes of Magic Mike and Snow White and the Huntsman, one of her proudest boasts on Twitter was designing the 'c*ck sock' for Boy Next Door which served the dual purpose of protecting Ryan Guzman's modesty while simultaneously restricting blood flow to prevent awkward wardrobe situations during his sex scenes with Jennifer Lopez.
Moving up: The designer is an up and comer in the world of film fashion; she worked with Tarantino as Christoph Waltz's personal costumer on Django Unchained, before becoming the lead costume designer on the director's latest project, The Hateful Eight.
ELLE: If you could have a do-over of any event involving a woman, what would you retake?
QUENTIN TARANTINO: When I was around 30, I disrespected a girlfriend—the love of the early part of my life—with another woman.
Tarantino also loved storytelling, but he showed his creativity in unusual ways. He'd always kill me and tell me how bad he felt about it," Connie once told .
"It was enough to bring a tear to a mother's eye." Tarantino loathed school, choosing to spend his time watching movies or reading comics rather than studying. "History was cool and I did well there, because it was kind of like the movies," he told .
; born March 27, 1963) is an American director, writer, and actor.
Tarantino—who loves women so much he made Death Proof to showcase the work of a daredevil stuntwoman and, before that, Kill Bill, featuring an Uma Thurman adroit enough with her Hanzo sword to julienne evildoers into a human slaw—is back with his long-gestating Nazi-squashing epic, Inglourious Basterds, starring Brad Pitt.He's taught us what a Big Mac is called in France and how to clean brain spatter from the inside of a car.Now, not a moment too soon, Tarantino dissects the myth of the naughty librarian.After dropping out of high school, Tarantino worked as an usher at a adult film theater for a time. Tarantino eventually landed a job at Video Archives in Manhattan Beach, California.There he worked with Roger Avary, who shared his passion for film. (1992), for which he had also written the screenplay.