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Quentin Tarantino's 'Hateful Eight' Could Happen After All (REPORT)

Director Quentin Tarantino reacts as he delivers a speech during the closing ceremony of the 5th edition of the Lumiere Festi
Director Quentin Tarantino reacts as he delivers a speech during the closing ceremony of the 5th edition of the Lumiere Festival, in Lyon, central France, Sunday, Oct. 20, 2013. (AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani)

Nearly two weeks after Quentin Tarantino told Deadline.com's Mike Fleming that he was going to shelve his new script, "The Hateful Eight," after it leaked online and throughout Hollywood, a new rumor claims the project could happen after all.

That's the word from Jeff Sneider, a reporter for TheWrap, who used his Twitter account on Saturday to promulgate news of the possible "Hateful Eight" resurrection.

HuffPost Entertainment contacted representatives for Tarantino to see if they had comment on this rumor. This post will be updated if and when they respond.

"The Hateful Eight," a Western about eight disreputable ne'er-do-wells was potentially set to star Bruce Dern, Michael Madsen and Tim Roth. Jackson and Christoph Waltz were rumored for the film as well. More on the project can be found at Deadline.com.

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