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News about the sequel to last year’s popular Muppets reboot has been abuzz all over the internet from word about its new lead (Ricky Gervais) and co-star (Tina Fey) to the newest word about its possible celebrity cameo of Christoph Waltz.
I'm going to let you in on a secret: it’s actually really tough for me to review a movie that I liked. There are only so many ways to rephrase "it was great" before an article just gets dull. My goal, then, is to try and articulate as best as I can why I liked Django Unchained so much. Let's begin.
Django Unchained is fresh off its Golden Globes nomination for Best Picture, with Tarantino also picking up a nod for directing. As if to celebrate, two new clips from the film have made their way online. Django Unchained is only a few weeks away now, hitting theaters on Christmas Day, but if you can't wait, check out the new footage below.
Django Unchained is officially less than a month away, and we have one last look at the film before it hits theaters on Christmas. This trailer is all over the map, with gunshots seemingly making up most of it. If that's your thing, or you just want to get a final sample of Tarantino's next movie, give it a watch below.
If all of the Django Unchained trailers haven't been enough for you, read on for twelve brand new images from the film, including a better look at Don Johnson and Walton Goggins' charcters. It's going to be one hell of a Christmas, brought to you direct from the mind of Quentin Tarantino. Click through for the pictures.
Disney, you are on a roll. After the massive announcement that they had acquired Lucasfilm and will be developing Star Wars: Episode VII, there's a much smaller, but still very awesome update on another of their franchises. The sequel to 2011 Muppets movie is moving along nicely, with James Bobin back in the director's seat. That's not all though. Reports suggest that Christoph Waltz might star in the upcoming film, playing an Interpol inspector. Yes. Yes. Yes.
It's often you get an international trailer that isn't a rehash of all the footage we've already seen so far. This Django trailer might actually be the best one we've gotten so far. There's new dialogue, new visuals, and a lot more insight into what exactly makes Leonardo DiCaprio's character so threatening. Plus, an awesome helping of that Tarantino style. Give it a watch below, Django Unchained will be hitting theaters on Christmas.
After Inglourious Basterds, I am so, so on board with anything Quentin Tarantino decides to do. It helps however, that Django Unchained looks amazing. A new full length trailer for the film has been released, and it's packed with new footage. It has a bit of an awkward start, but it's totally worth it to stick around to see Samuel L. Jackson and Jonah Hill; as well as some great moments with Christoph Waltz Jamie Foxx, and Leonardo DiCaprio.
Can't get enough of the first Django Unchained trailer? Then obviously you're going to want to check out the recently released international trailer for more Tarantino goodness. The new trailer follows most of the same story beats as the original, but there are enough new goodies to make it worth your while. Give it a watch below.
Watch this! Watch this now! Seriously, I'm not even going to say anymore, because this looks like Tarantino at his finest, channeling his roots and bringing a modern twist to the genre we've all been asking him to tackle. So good. So good!