So yeah, this looks pretty awesome to me, but the story right now surrounding Tarantino and the movie is about how he's currently involved in the the stupidest "scandal" since last year's The Interview debacle, in my opinion. I guess it's not as big as that yet, but come on, the country's police unions banding together to officially boycott his movies because he spoke out against police brutality? Somebody's making fools of themselves here, and it's not Quentin Tarantino. Police should really have better things to do with their time and resources, don't you think? I don't think it'll hurt the movie in the slightest, since Tarantino's fans follow him anywhere.