We're mere days away from the release of 'Django Unchained' on December 25, so we're surprised there's a new trailer for the film. Then again, so many trailers released now aren't intended to play before movies, but get online audiences interested and stoked for the film.
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'Django Unchained' is a very good movie (read our full review here) and a Golden Globe nominee but one thing we never thought it was, is an inspiration for toys. Something about a super bloody slavery revenge thriller doesn't seem to lend itself to a toy line but apparently someone thought it did and a new set of action figures are on their way. Just in time for Christmas!
How would you like to see Quentin Tarantino direct a superhero movie? Before you pass out do to overload of geek whimsy, we'll have to quickly inform you that it's not happening, at least, not at the moment. But QT came surprisingly close to making one almost twenty years ago. Read what the director has to say about it after the break.
We've got a little while to wait until we can all bask in Quentin Tarantino's latest ode to badass cinema, 'Django Unchained', but today you can get closer to the film by listening to the entire soundtrack. And you can do that right here...for free!
'Django Unchained' hasn't even hit theaters yet (that comes on December 25) but writer/director Quentin Tarantino is already talking about the potential of an extended cut of the film. It's strange to think a 165-minute movie would get an extended cut but it looks like it might happen.
'Django Unchained' hasn't even debuted to the masses yet but we already know it's a cinematic force to be reckoned with as it's been nominated for five categories in the 2013 Golden Globes, including Best Picture and Best Director. Also gettings noms for Quentin Tarantino's latest are Leonardo DiCaprio and Christoph Waltz for Best Supporting Actors, and now you can sample a bit of their award-worthy performances in the latest clip.
His name is Django and as he's quick to point out, the D is silent. It's just about the only quiet part of Quentin Tarantino's 'Django Unchained,' a boisterous, bloody blaxploitation/Western hybrid. What else would you expect from Tarantino, the modern master of genre pastiche, flavorful dialogue, and grossly exaggerated violence? Whatever 'Django''s issues -- and it has a couple -- failing to deliver on its promises isn't one of them. If anything, the issue is the exact opposite.
Quentin Tarantino's latest film - 'Django Unchained' - hasn't even hit theaters yet (you'll have to wait until Christmas Day for that) but talk has already turned to what his next film might be. It seems early to speculate on another film but when a director as good as Tarantino talks retirement, you need to enjoy what few movies you may have left. So what's Tarantino got up his sleeve for his next project?
It's no secret that we're incredibly excited to see 'Django Unchained' and we won't beat around the bush: we're pretty jealous of everyone who got to see the first screening of the finished film last night! Although it was technically a DGA screening (appropriate since this is Quentin Tarantino's first film as a member of that guild), plenty of press-types managed to get in too. When the screening was over, phones came out of pockets, Twitter apps were fired up and opinions were shared. What did everyone think?
We're pretty sure that 'Django Unchained' is going to be awesome. After all, it's Quentin Tarantino making a racially charged western -- what could possibly go wrong? Like all of Tarantino's films, this one looks like it'll have a lot going on, so much that you can sell the film in a dozen different ways to a dozen different audiences and ultimately please them all. Much like how the latest trailer was completely different than the previous two, the latest TV spots are completely different than any of the others.