Back in November, Jonah Hill revealed he had to turn down a role in Quentin Tarantino's 'Django Unchained' because of a commitment to the upcoming Ben Stiller comedy 'The Watch.' Well, as luck would have it, a good eight months later, Hill's schedule has cleared up and he's back in 'Django' for a supporting role. As it turns out he won't be playing the character Tarantino originally had in mind for him, so what will he be doing?
Back when Quentin Tarantino was sprinting through the casting process on his upcoming ‘Django Unchained,’ an unconventional name was attached to the lead role of a vengeful slave seeking to free his wife from a vicious plantation owner. That name was Will Smith, Mr. “Getting Jiggy With It,” who was rumored to be willing to tarnish his clean-cut image to get down and dirty with Tarantino for the benefit of a potentially controversial project. Smith eventually passed, though, and the part went to Jamie Foxx.
Today, Smith explains why.
The trailer for 'Django Unchained' is magnificent. Any film by Quentin Tarantino is a reason for movie fans to celebrate, but a Quentin Tarantino movie about a freed slave turned bounty hunter who goes after the scumbags who stole his wife? Let's get in line right now. Seriously. Let's do it. Since we're so impatient for a film that's still six months away, we took a frame-by-frame look through the trailer.
At this point a number of you have watched the official first trailer for Quentin Tarantino's latest movie 'Django Unchained.' One of the noticeable highlights of the trailer was the production design. Put simply, it looks amazing. That's an example of the work of J. Michael Riva, an award winning production designer who unfortunately passed on today at the age of 63.
The 'Django Unchained' trailer is here and it is very much amazing. It's not just the movie (which does, in fact, look incredible and we can't wait to see it) but also, it's just a brilliant bit of marketing. The music choices, the editing, the graphics, etc. - it all comes together in a way th
Going by this new footage, it seems that the rumors were true and that the first trailer for Quentin Tarantino's 'Django Unchained' will be playing with 'Prometheus.' But if you don't want to wait until Friday, there's some footage online now, and it seems likely we'll get the full trailer tomorrow.
What if you had the opportunity to show off the best you have to offer in filmmaking to one of the biggest names in the business, Quentin Tarantino? Thanks to Red Bull America and The Weinstein Company, they're giving some lucky undiscovered talents the chance to be in the spotlight with a brand new contest in connection with 'Django Unchained'.