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What happens when Quentin Tarantino, Ridley Scott, David O. Russell, Danny Boyle, Tom Hooper and Alejandro G. Inarritu sit down to discuss their eclectic directorial careers? The answer can be found in The Hollywood Report's one-hour Director's Roundtable above, which aired in full on SundanceTV last night, January 3. 

Over the course of the one-hour discussion, the directors behind some of the year's most acclaimed titles get candid while reflecting on their current influences, the pressing issues plaguing the entertainment industry and what film clip they'd put in a time capsule, among many other topics.

"I could not wait to see 'Prometheus,' when we were shooting on 'Django' the whole crew went out to a New Orleans theater to see it because it was Ridley dealing with 'Alien' again," says Tarantino in one of the roundtable's best moments. Scott goes on to explain why he continues to return to space-centric films, even after Boyle claims how exceedingly difficult they are.

Additionally, Inarritu opens up about his much-publicized exhaustion from working on "The Revenant," while Russell reveals "Hobson's Choice" as a central inspiration for "Joy." Viewers can get the full uncensored discussion online at or in the video above. 

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