21 Years, the first installment in what is now apparently a full-on documentary series, came to us late last year in celebration of the career of Richard Linklater. Featuring interviews with numerous key players from across the auteur’s filmography, the project seems to have gone over pretty well, because this morning it was announced that Tara Wood, one of the film’s directors, will helm a second 21 Years docu, this one focusing on the career of Quentin Tarantino.
The announcement of the project itself comes along with the news that production has already started, and that involvement from many of the big-wigs necessary for such a film (Michael Madsen, Samuel L. Jackson, John Travolta, Robert Forster, Lucy Liu, Christoph Waltz, Eli Roth, Kerry Washington, and Diane Kruger) has been secured.
Tarantino’s latest, The Hateful Eight, will be released next month in two formats: standard 35mm and super-wide 70mm. The latter version—the widest 70mm release in two decades—will clock in at over three hours long and will include an intermission, while the standard version will be a bit shorter.