"I haven't told anyone this publicly, but I will say the genre. It's a western. It's not a Django (Unchained)
sequel, but it's another Western, and the thing is, I had so much fun doing Django
, and I love westerns so much that after I taught myself how to make one, it's like 'OK! Let me make another one now that I know what I'm doing.'"
"In the last five years, it's sort of developed into something else. Before, what I would do is, normally if I had to write during the day, I'd go to a restaurant or go to a bar and write in public, get the juices flowing that way, but then at home, I'd write all night long. That kind of changed around the time of Inglourious Basterds
. I just started writing at home, like let's say 10 in the morning, and I'd write until 5 or 6 or 7, whenever the muses leave you. That would be the work that I did for that day, then afterwards, I would go into my pool. I keep my pool warm, I heat my pool a lot. I do swim in my pool, but in this case, I soak, and what I'm doing is, if I just finished a scene, then I'm thinking about how I can make it better, or what happens next. I just sit there and think about it and all these ideas come to me and I kind of work it out a little bit. Then I get out of the pool and make notes, but I don't do them. I go out or I watch TV, but that's my work for the next day."