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Quentin Tarantino denies Kanye West’s claim that ‘Django Unchained’ was his idea: ‘There is no truth to it’

On Thursday’s episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, the filmmakers Quentin Tarantino denies recent allegations made by the rapper known as Kanye West It was when he passed now that he came up with the idea for Tarantino’s Academy Award-winning film. django unchained (2012).

Previously, Ye claimed to have pitched the idea for Django Unchained during a brainstorming session for the music video for his song Gold Digger (2005) featuring Django Unchained star Jamie Foxx. Jimmy Kimmel asked Tarantino.Kanye West You said you came up with the idea for Django Unchained. He said that when he was making the Gold Digger video with Jamie Foxx, he pitched it to you as a video and you made it, is that true?”

To this, Tarantino replied, “There is no truth to the idea that Kanye West came up with the idea for Django and he told me it. Let’s take Kanye’s idea and make Django Unchained. It won’t happen.” I did.

“Even before I met Kanye, I had an idea for Django. and wanted to release it as this giant movie…not a video…nothing as bad as a video…it was a movie, a movie based on each of the different tracks.” added Tarantino.

“We used it as an excuse to see each other, so we had a really good time meeting each other. And he had an idea for a video. I think it was for a Gold Digger video… when he got slaved.” And it’s all about slave stories and he’s a slave and he’s singing Gold Digger, and it was so funny.It was a really funny idea,” Tarantino said.

Here is the conversation:

Starring Jamie Foxx, Leonardo DiCaprio, Christoph Waltz, and Samuel L. Jackson, Django Unchained is a 19th-century American revisionist-era film about a slave turned bounty hunter.



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