Playboy and Quentin Tarantino have teamed up to create a comic strip adaptation of a scene from Inglourious Basterds with reports that the director hand-picked and edited the piece. Here's the scene in the director's own words, "Okay, so. The Basterds come upon this Nazi and he's like this real bad Von Trapp-hating motherf&*%er, y'know? So. And then Brad Pitt's all like, 'Listen David Hasslehoff. I's Aldo Raines and I didn't come all the way to Germany for the strudel. We's in the Natzi-killin' business and we's here for your scalp. Today the hills ain't alive with the sound of music, Colonel Clink-looking motherf%$^ker. They's alive with the sound of killin'.' So. Y'know? (*pause; grows quiet*) May I have another Orangina please, Scott?"

SIDENOTE: It wasn't until just now that I realized comic book Brad Pitt closely resembles loveable drunkard Andy Capp.


And enjoy these glourious morning links...

Get your tickets for Avatar's sneak peek. (THR)
Brett Ratner directing Youngblood, wants Robert Pattinson. (MTV)
Zombieland poster, err.. posted. (Empire)
Saw scribes return to television. (/Film)
Hottie Abbie Cornish talks Sucker Punch. (First Showing)
Build your own Batman tumbler. (Cinematical)