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(Collider)   The first trailer for Quentin Tarantino's 'Django Unchained' has arrived   (collider.com) divider line 106
    More: Cool, Quentin Tarantino, Django, Jamie Foxx, Kerry Washington, Bob Weinstein, Tom Savini, Garret Dillahunt, Leonardo DiCaprio  
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2012-06-06 05:10:44 PM  
Looks pretty cool.
 
2012-06-06 05:13:53 PM  
To be fair, I did like his intro to Django Sukiyaki...
 
2012-06-06 05:28:26 PM  
A. Spike Lee is TOTALLY going to be pissed that QT got in on a blacksploitation film idea before he did.

B. I wonder who QT is stealing from/leeching off of/putting his name on their work/for this movie.
 
2012-06-06 05:36:18 PM  
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uh, yeah...
 
2012-06-06 05:46:41 PM  
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2012-06-06 08:28:17 PM  
"Django is off the chain."

Really? C'mon.
 
2012-06-06 08:41:34 PM  
I guess the sequel to "Rango," tentatively called "Rango Unchained" is in the shiatter now?
 
2012-06-06 09:11:57 PM  
SQUUEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!

Christmas can't get here soon enough!
 
2012-06-06 09:12:46 PM  

hatelabs: B. I wonder who QT is stealing from/leeching off of/putting his name on their work/for this movie.


It's his Spaghetti Western, so... Spaghetti Westerns, the worse the better.

/Recently discovered the joys of "Duck, You Suckers" which has to be the only 1960s counter-culture Western which advocates bomb-throwing as a revolutionary tactic.
 
2012-06-06 09:14:37 PM  

hatelabs: B. I wonder who QT is stealing from/leeching off of/putting his name on their work/for this movie.


From a description I read of the film, himself.
 
2012-06-06 09:15:40 PM  
Love Christoph Waltz and the blood-on-cotton visual in particular.
 
2012-06-06 09:18:57 PM  

Dwight_Yeast: "Duck, You Suckers"


Excellent movie and one I need to watch again soon.
 
2012-06-06 09:20:39 PM  
part of me still wishes Tarantino got his top choice of Will Smith to play Django... but this looks entertaining as is
 
2012-06-06 09:23:29 PM  

Bubblegum Tate: part of me still wishes Tarantino got his top choice of Will Smith to play Django


1) Smith like a lot of action stars (I'm looking at you, Tom Cruise) is overly-concerned about his image and box office. You'll never see him in an R-rated film.

2) Honestly, Smith's a one-dimensional actor. Jamies Foxx (for all the shiatty roles he's played) is the better actor.
 
2012-06-06 09:25:27 PM  
Waltz + QT = Oscar bait
 
2012-06-06 09:26:32 PM  
Looks racist.
 
2012-06-06 09:26:45 PM  

Dr.Zom: hatelabs: B. I wonder who QT is stealing from/leeching off of/putting his name on their work/for this movie.

From a description I read of the film, himself.


You know I've never really accused Tarantino of actually stealing or leeching, as all artists "steal" or "borrow" or "distill" or "homage," but obviously his stuff is really influenced and augmented by other works. My worry is that with Inglorious Bastards, his main source of reference seemed to be himself. And while I enjoyed the movie I guess (as an exercise in tension it was fantastic), what stopped me from liking it was just that.

I think there's a danger in referential art where the product becomes the reference. Family Guy and Community were both reference fests, but at a point in both of those shows their primary source of reference was their own show, and if you ask me that's when it started to suck. I like Tarantino all the way up through Kill Bill, but with Bastards I thought he was doing this, and I'm afraid that apart from the western themes of his he'll be doing the same thing. I hope not, but I've heard things similar to what you just said.

Whether it's this movie or not, if Tarantino ever just starts to rely on "Tarantino" as the genre he's "ripping off," expect to see the quality of his films plummet.

/thought the trailer looked decent, intriguing if nothing else, I'm game
 
2012-06-06 09:29:41 PM  

Dwight_Yeast: Bubblegum Tate: part of me still wishes Tarantino got his top choice of Will Smith to play Django

1) Smith like a lot of action stars (I'm looking at you, Tom Cruise) is overly-concerned about his image and box office. You'll never see him in an R-rated film.

2) Honestly, Smith's a one-dimensional actor. Jamies Foxx (for all the shiatty roles he's played) is the better actor.


I completely agree with you on both points.
 
2012-06-06 09:29:41 PM  
Now that is a movie I'll pay to watch. Also, +1 for Johnny Cash.
 
2012-06-06 09:30:01 PM  

Dwight_Yeast: Bubblegum Tate: part of me still wishes Tarantino got his top choice of Will Smith to play Django

1) Smith like a lot of action stars (I'm looking at you, Tom Cruise) is overly-concerned about his image and box office. You'll never see him in an R-rated film.

2) Honestly, Smith's a one-dimensional actor. Jamies Foxx (for all the shiatty roles he's played) is the better actor.


He's been in a bunch of rated R films. Bad Boys, Bad Boys 2, Enemy of the State, Ali....I think there are others. It's probably the studios that cut everything down to PG 13.
 
2012-06-06 09:31:23 PM  
Great to see Leo DiCaprio get to play the scenery-chewing villain.
 
2012-06-06 09:33:32 PM  

MagSeven: It's probably the studios that cut everything down to PG 13.


No, Smith is seriously involved as producer on all the films he makes (and on tons of films he doesn't make; he's known for being a master of working the system without actually making many movies) so decisions like that don't get made without his input.

/Would have guessed that Six Degrees was the last R-rated film he made.
 
2012-06-06 09:41:48 PM  

hatelabs: A. Spike Lee is TOTALLY going to be pissed that QT got in on a blacksploitation film idea before he did.


Wait until QT actually does a blaxploitation film; he's working his way through the genres.

/Believe he's also threatened to do a "women in prison" film.
 
2012-06-06 09:48:44 PM  

Dwight_Yeast: hatelabs: A. Spike Lee is TOTALLY going to be pissed that QT got in on a blacksploitation film idea before he did.

Wait until QT actually does a blaxploitation film; he's working his way through the genres.

/Believe he's also threatened to do a "women in prison" film.


I want to see his forklift safety video, when he gets around to it.
 
2012-06-06 09:49:54 PM  

BeatrixK: SQUUEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!

Christmas can't get here soon enough!


Shouldn't it be BKiddo?

/...here!
 
2012-06-06 09:51:32 PM  
Gotta see it. Tarantino is in the same company as the Coen brothers and Scorsese, although not every movie is a home run, the track record is so strong that everything they do is on my 'must-see' list.
 
2012-06-06 09:54:13 PM  
QT only has to do a car chase movie, a murder mystery, and a rom-com and he'll have plowed his way through the genres. To be honest, though, this looks epic. I really thought he'd fallen off, then the Basterds movie came out and that was inspired.

Waltz was a great find.
 
2012-06-06 09:54:23 PM  

DrowningLessons: You know I've never really accused Tarantino of actually stealing or leeching


Never saw City on Fire then?

I don't care how many films he rips off, Pulp Fiction is a great film and as far as I know, fairly original.
 
2012-06-06 09:59:35 PM  
Garrett Dillahunt? Totally under-rated actor. I hope he's got more than a few lines. And DiCaprio as a villain? This looks like fun.
 
2012-06-06 10:00:11 PM  

Dwight_Yeast: hatelabs: A. Spike Lee is TOTALLY going to be pissed that QT got in on a blacksploitation film idea before he did.

Wait until QT actually does a blaxploitation film; he's working his way through the genres.

/Believe he's also threatened to do a "women in prison" film.


is my sarcasm meter broken?

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2012-06-06 10:02:42 PM  

hatelabs: A. Spike Lee is TOTALLY going to be pissed that QT got in on a blacksploitation film idea before he did.

B. I wonder who QT is stealing from/leeching off of/putting his name on their work/for this movie.


An old spaghetti western called....Django, which apparently was a very violent movie for when it came out. After seeing this trailer I must go searching for it. Granted, I hope it has English subs since I do not speak Italian.
 
2012-06-06 10:03:03 PM  
looking forward to this.
 
2012-06-06 10:05:04 PM  
I have a soft spot for spaghetti westerns. Maybe there will be a homage to The Wild Bunch in there somewhere.
 
2012-06-06 10:05:23 PM  

DrowningLessons: My worry is that with Inglorious Bastards, his main source of reference seemed to be himself. And while I enjoyed the movie I guess (as an exercise in tension it was fantastic), what stopped me from liking it was just that.


My problem with IB was that Brad Pitt's team didn't really accomplish anything other than rescuing Waltz's character from a fiery death. They could have just stayed home and Hitler and his buddies would still have burned.
 
2012-06-06 10:05:44 PM  
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2012-06-06 10:05:45 PM  

Mugato: DrowningLessons: You know I've never really accused Tarantino of actually stealing or leeching

Never saw City on Fire then?

I don't care how many films he rips off, Pulp Fiction is a great film and as far as I know, fairly original.


He is one of the few artists i give a full waiver on material theft. It always seems that he does it out of appreciation and love versus laziness or greed. And he also make great movies doing that. I view it almost as a greatest hits collection. He takes the best bits from various movies/genres and uses them in his own. And he is constantly giving actors he loves prominent roles in his movies and in some cases resurrects their careers.
 
2012-06-06 10:06:05 PM  

Ashtrey: I want to see his forklift safety video, when he gets around to it.


Shake Hands with Danger!

/Even has the Johnny Cash Soundalike
 
2012-06-06 10:07:59 PM  
I can't wait for the premiere party. Anyone else going to the Django Fete?
 
2012-06-06 10:11:59 PM  

r1niceboy: QT only has to do a car chase movie


Death Proof fulfilled that requirement.
 
2012-06-06 10:17:30 PM  
doh. Was hoping it was this Django: Link

I guess not QT worthy... ;>/
 
2012-06-06 10:27:37 PM  
Will they save Abraham Lincoln from getting assassinated at the end?
 
2012-06-06 10:27:39 PM  

Branbot: I have a soft spot for spaghetti westerns. Maybe there will be a homage to The Wild Bunch in there somewhere.


THAT IS NOT A SPAGHETTI WESTERN!

*pant pant pant*
 
2012-06-06 10:38:43 PM  

Branbot: I have a soft spot for spaghetti westerns. Maybe there will be a homage to The Wild Bunch in there somewhere.


It's an understandable mistake to make since it came out in the 60s, but Wild Bunch wasn't a spaghetti western. Peckinpah was more of a traditionalist who added levels of violence that hadn't been seen before in mainstream westerns. Basically, with that movie, he was John Ford with a blood cannon.

Don't worry, though. Quentin will probably put several nods to Bloody Sam in this one, just like he did with Basterds.
 
2012-06-06 10:43:11 PM  

Branbot: I have a soft spot for spaghetti westerns. Maybe there will be a homage to The Wild Bunch in there somewhere.


I like the way the boots are all reverbed out walking on the hardwood floor.
 
2012-06-06 10:43:58 PM  
I would love it if Marvel would have the balls to make a Heroes For Hire 70s-era flick directed by Quentin Tarantino.

Honestly, he would just kick ass at getting the right mix of action, kung fu, blaxsploitation, and humor required for Power Man & Iron Fist. Throw in some soul sister Misty Knight, some Shang Chi, and watch the people line up.
 
2012-06-06 10:52:29 PM  

wild9: hatelabs: A. Spike Lee is TOTALLY going to be pissed that QT got in on a blacksploitation film idea before he did.

B. I wonder who QT is stealing from/leeching off of/putting his name on their work/for this movie.

An old spaghetti western called....Django, which apparently was a very violent movie for when it came out. After seeing this trailer I must go searching for it. Granted, I hope it has English subs since I do not speak Italian.


That movie is totally badass. It is also dubbed so no need to learn Italian.
 
2012-06-06 10:52:42 PM  

Tellingthem: Mugato: DrowningLessons: You know I've never really accused Tarantino of actually stealing or leeching

Never saw City on Fire then?

I don't care how many films he rips off, Pulp Fiction is a great film and as far as I know, fairly original.

He is one of the few artists i give a full waiver on material theft. It always seems that he does it out of appreciation and love versus laziness or greed. And he also make great movies doing that. I view it almost as a greatest hits collection. He takes the best bits from various movies/genres and uses them in his own. And he is constantly giving actors he loves prominent roles in his movies and in some cases resurrects their careers.


And he gives full credit to those films he plays homage to. It's not about ripping off, but a tribute to them. Kill Bill was a huge love letter to both the great Yakuza movies, as well as Kung Fu flicks. He cast Gordon Motherf*cking Liu AND Sonny Chiba. Needed them even for it, to create that link. He loves films, and wants to resurrect them and bring them back to the eye of the public.
 
2012-06-06 10:54:07 PM  

ZeroCorpse: I would love it if Marvel would have the balls to make a Heroes For Hire 70s-era flick directed by Quentin Tarantino.

Honestly, he would just kick ass at getting the right mix of action, kung fu, blaxsploitation, and humor required for Power Man & Iron Fist. Throw in some soul sister Misty Knight, some Shang Chi, and watch the people line up.


Most of those characters are a little obscure for the average movie goer. Marketed right I suppose it could work, but you wouldn't get much of a built in audience the way other comic book movies have. Spidey, Iron Man, Captain America, Batman, X-Men, Hulk, etc... are mostly larger titles that even your average joe that maybe read a comic or two growing up would still know about. That's why something like say Power Pack, Cloak and Dagger, Rom the Spaceknight etc.. wouldn't do very well. It could be a great movie and it'd likely do well on DVD but it wouldn't get much in the way of box office.
 
2012-06-06 10:58:25 PM  
Eh, nah.

Six months of hype coming for Tarantino's latest underwhelming trophy hunt To make Weinstein happy.

He did the women revenge thing, then he did the Jew revenge on Nazis thing. Now, he does the slavery revenge thing. Next time, the gay revenge thing.

Then, the British royalty revenge thing, then the person with fatal disease revenge thing. Then, it will be 20 years from now, as slow as he works.
 
2012-06-06 11:08:03 PM  

Dwight_Yeast: Bubblegum Tate: part of me still wishes Tarantino got his top choice of Will Smith to play Django

1) Smith like a lot of action stars (I'm looking at you, Tom Cruise) is overly-concerned about his image and box office. You'll never see him in an R-rated film


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