'Django Unchained' has a new international trailer and after watching this, if you're like us, then Christmas can't get here fast enough. Not because of what Santa's going to put under our trees, no, what we want is 'Django' (which opens on Christmas Day).
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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.
As quickly as style-conscious men (including all of those documented in Morgan Spurlock's crazy new documentary 'Mansome') devoured 'Mad Men' for its overabundance of striped bow ties and fedoras, so too are they going after 'The Great Gatsby.' It turns out, though, that men don't have to look too far to copy Leonardo DiCaprio's suave swagger because it all came from Brooks Brothers.
You saw a crappy glimpse of the 'Django Unchained' trailer last night via 'Entertainment Tonight' (the voiceover from the 'ET' anchor was crappy, not the footage) but today you get the real thing: the full 'Django Unchained' trailer is here.
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.
As you might imagine, it didn't take long for Warner Bros. executives to start talking with Christopher Nolan about a follow up to 'The Dark Knight' - the film was a massive critical and commercial success. But would you believe they already whispering their plans for 'The Dark Knight Rises' to Nolan and his creative team at the 'Dark Knight' premiere? And they even had an idea for who they wanted to play the villain...
Baz Luhrmann has decided to make a version of 'The Great Gatsby,' and he made it in 3-D - perhaps to sweeten the deal for high schoolers who decide to watch it instead of reading the book. He assembled an all-star cast that includes Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire, Carey Mulligan and Joel Edgerton to help bring it to the big screen, and now there's a trailer.
Man, Leonardo DiCaprio looks like Lucifer incarnate in the first official photos from the set of Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming ‘Django Unchained.’ And I don’t even want to think what he intends on doing with that hammer.
One of the hardest working directors in all of mainstream Hollywood definitely is Martin Scorsese. There's been a lot of debate on which project Scorsese would take on next, especially since he's been rumored to be attached to a few different projects, but he finally picked his next movie.
So, you're Warner Brothers, and you want to keep working with Leonardo DiCaprio, but how do you get him to stick around? Even though your last picture together - Clint Eastwood's 'J. Edgar' - wasn't exactly a hit, Leo's still one of the biggest names in the world. He did star in 'Titanic' and 'Inception.' So, to keep him happy, Warner Brothers bought him a book (how sweet!): Dennis Lahaine's 'Live By Night.'