Tarantino’s Senoritas #1 – Mary Elizabeth Winstead

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I don’t know where Joblo found this picture (maybe it’s photoshopped) to the right, but I thought it was worth blogging about it. I thought Mary Elizabeth Winstead was a fresh delight in Death Proof and a nice discovery for Hollywood in general. She has a very charming personality and that little something. I think she’s gonna make it far, and I don’t mean playing McLane’s daughter in Die Hard 4 or anything like that. Anyways, I thought it was time to launch Tarantino’s Senoritas, a new column here at The Quentin Tarantino Archives as a salute to the ladies who make Q’s films what they are. You’re invited to read our now already a year old interview with M.E.W. (sorry I had to do this) in The Archives. Winstead can soon be seen in Edgar Wright’s SCOTT PILGRIM vs. THE WORLD, a project that looks very intersting. That’s it for the first installment of Tarantino’s Senoritas, our new column on chicas in peliculas so to say. Maybe write us an email suggesting the next Tarantino Senorita! In order to save space, you have to click this link to see a really nice picture of Mary:

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  1. September 16, 2008

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