Quentin Tarantino to continue anti-police brutality activism after ‘The Hateful Eight’ release: 'I want to go further with this'


Quentin Tarantino isn’t backing down from his fight against police violence — but his new movie comes first.

The director has put his activism against police brutality aside ahead of the Christmas Day release of his new film, “The Hateful Eight.”

“Right now, (promoting The Hateful Eight) is my full-time job,” Tarantino told the Guardian. “But when this is over, I want to go further with this.”

The “Django Unchained” mastermind’s public feud with cops started in October, when he joined a New York protest against police violence, attended by the families of victims killed by officers.

“I’m here to say I’m on the side of the murdered,” the director told the families.

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