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New international trailer for Tarantino's Django Unchained is bloody goodness

Oct. 23, 2012by: Paul Shirey
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Sony has released a new international trailer for Quentin Tarantino's "Southern" DJANGO UNCHAINED and it's a much bloodier affair than any that have come before it. It also feels the most commercial, minus the blood of course, for a Tarantino flick. All in all, I think this is my favorite one to date. It's shorter, refined, and, well, I'm a sucker for some bloody head shots. Plus, we get our first look at Walton Goggins, who is one of my favorite character actors working today. His recent stint on Sons of Anarchy was...disturbingly awesome.

Django!:

I think this pic is king of a foregone conclusion to most; we're all going to see it (although, I'm positive there are some hold-outs). Tarantino has a very strange built-in audience who will typically flock to anything that has his name in big letters, even if he didn't direct it. Personally, I'm hoping for more KILL BILL than INGLORIOUS BASTERDS for DJANGO UNCHAINED, but it's looking to be more of a hybrid. We'll see.

Starring Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kerry Washington, Samuel L. Jackson, Don Johnson, Walton Goggins, and Jonah Hill, DJANGO UNCHAINED unleashes on December 25, 2012.

Extra Tidbit: For the Walton Goggins fans...Justified is back in January!
Source: Sony Pictures

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9:57AM on 10/26/2012
awesome trailer.QT seem to hav rewrote some parts.this movie is my top priority for christmas
awesome trailer.QT seem to hav rewrote some parts.this movie is my top priority for christmas
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8:42PM on 10/23/2012

"Ecstasy of Gold" by Ennio Morricone

'Nuff said, I'm there.
'Nuff said, I'm there.
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3:40PM on 10/23/2012
Every trailer makes this movie look more and more fun. If anything, I'd say this is probably closest to Kill Bill pt. 2, but even then I think it will be different from what QT has done in the past. We've seen snippets in his previous films of his ode to westerns (yes, I know he called this a 'southern', but I have yet to figure out what that is), but I think this will finally be his homage to the genre. I am really looking forward to it.
Every trailer makes this movie look more and more fun. If anything, I'd say this is probably closest to Kill Bill pt. 2, but even then I think it will be different from what QT has done in the past. We've seen snippets in his previous films of his ode to westerns (yes, I know he called this a 'southern', but I have yet to figure out what that is), but I think this will finally be his homage to the genre. I am really looking forward to it.
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12:35PM on 10/23/2012
I would hesitate to say this may be QT's most commercial film to date. I remember thinking Inglourious Basterds would be, at least from what I could surmise from the trailer. That's what a trailer does-it gets people in the theater seats. We all know, however, that IB turned out to be quite a different film than the commercials illustrated. But I digress. This will be awesome either way. I'm also glad this trailer had more than two collective seconds of Waltz for once.
I would hesitate to say this may be QT's most commercial film to date. I remember thinking Inglourious Basterds would be, at least from what I could surmise from the trailer. That's what a trailer does-it gets people in the theater seats. We all know, however, that IB turned out to be quite a different film than the commercials illustrated. But I digress. This will be awesome either way. I'm also glad this trailer had more than two collective seconds of Waltz for once.
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