Quentin Tarantino recently revealed at the Cannes Film Festival that he had finished his draft script for war epic Inglorious Bastards and was ready to begin pre-production. He was also scheduled to appear at Alamo Drafthouse’s Rolling Roadshow in Spain but pulled out so that he could concentrate on the film.
Tim Roth has been rumored to have a role in the film alongside Michael Madsen for a long time. This Friday, Roth can be seen as Emil Blonsky/The Abomination in The Incredible Hulk, and we asked him if he had an update.
“I keep hearing about it, but we haven’t talked about it,” Roth said. “It’s a thing that me and Quentin talked about a long time ago so we’ll see. I hope so,” he said as he crossed his fingers.
In Inglorious Bastards, a band of U.S. soldiers facing death by firing squad for their misdeeds are given a chance to redeem themselves by heading into the perilous no-man’s lands of Nazi-occupied France on a suicide mission for the Allies.