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“Inglourious Basterds” Posters

Thanks to Defamer, who stole them from Empire, we have a first look at a few teaser posters for Quentin Tarantino’s spelling bee drama Inglourious Basterds. While I can’t recall exactly what the rifle one represented in the script I read, the knife and baseball bat posters certainly bring to mind two of the screenplay’s more memorable moments.

Peep the other two posters after the jump.

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I’m Feeling Lazy

Too lazy to write a caption.

Too lazy to write a caption.

There are so many topics I could, and actually want to, write about.

But you know what? I’m too lazy to do so.

Too lazy to write about Brad Pitt being officially cast in Inglorious Bastards. Too lazy to write about the racist subtitles in Hancock. Too lazy to write about the trailer for an NC-17 Mother Teresa biopic. Too lazy to write about the Los Angeles madame who accidentally exposed her client roster via email.

So I won’t write about any of that shit. Instead, I’ll kick back with some wine and insane cheese, and relax to the G’d up sounds of Warren G.

(Apparently, I was too lazy to do grammar and spell check as well.)

Photo courtesy of DemotivateUs.

ScriptGirl Report 7-18-08

Hey, ScriptGirl! Nice rack.

I Got The “Inglorious Bastards” Screenplay!

I can't wait till they read the Nazi foot massage sequence!

I can't wait till they read the Nazi foot massage sequence!

Yay! I got my hands on the screenplay for Inglorious Bastards and you can read my review of it here. I’m not looking to get my site shut down, however, so I’m not hosting it. I’m just posting to gloat. If you want to find it, you’d better gone elsewhere.

ScriptGirl Report 07-11-08

Yet more motivation to get my voice heard. If these ideas can sell, I know my ideas can sell. Though Matadors does sound kinda cool. Oh, by the way, “Suck on that, Aristotle” is in the running for Catchphrase of the Year.

Propers to the awesome ScriptGirl. I’m loving the animated clips and her snarky asides. “Harvey Weingard” — brilliant!