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Tarantino Teams Up With Pitt and DiCaprio

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Quentin Tarantino has two green actors pegged for his next project – Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio. Pitt is a solid go for the flick, having met with Tarantino on Tuesday. There doesn’t seem to be too much solid information as to whetherer or not DiCaprio’s sealed the deal with Tarantino just yet, but if he does, it should make for a pretty solid lead cast lineup.

The film in question is titled Inglorious Bastards, whose summary on IMdB currently reads: “A band of US soldiers facing death by firing squad for their misdeeds are given a chance to save themselves – by heading into the perilous no-man’s lands of Nazi-occupied France on a suicide mission for the Allies.”

Should be pretty interesting once filming begins. Will the actors impress any green-ness around the set? Perhaps the characters they portray will be environmentally conscious at heart, finding clever ways to recycle bullet casings and dud grenades. But that sounds something more like a MacGyver movie than anything else.

via: The Daily Green

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