10 actors who could use a Quentin Tarantino-steered comeback
One of the reasons Quentin Tarantino was so desperate to work with Pam Grier (desperate enough that he altered the race of the lead character of the Elmore Leonard novel 'Rum Punch' just so Grier would play it) was because he loved the iconography she represented in terms of her place in '70s exploitation. Chow Yun-Fat is equally iconic from the work he did during the Hong Kong revolution of the '80s, and he's never quite managed to make the jump to American films properly. The right role in the right film could change that, though, and Tarantino loves aging icons like few other filmmakers.
- Drew McWeeny