Posted on Wednesday, October 10th, 2012 by Angie Han
December has more than its fair share of highly anticipated titles, but somehow we suspect Quentin Tarantino‘s Django Unchained will have no trouble setting itself apart from the pack. The second full-length domestic trailer for the “Southern-fried Western” offers plenty of juicy new footage, including better looks at stars Kerry Washington, Samuel L. Jackson, and Jonah Hill. Even better, it does a bang-up job of showing off Tarantino’s twisted sense of humor and kinetic style. Watch it after the jump.
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Quentin Tarantino‘s new film Django Unchained doesn’t open until Christmas Day, but we’ve seen a few trailers already, and this new Latin American trailer has a bit of footage that most audience haven’t seen yet. That makes it worth a look for pretty much everyone. Check out that new stuff from Tarantino’s revenge “Southern,” starring Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Kerry Washington, below. Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, June 13th, 2012 by Angie Han
A new international trailer has just hit for Quentin Tarantino‘s “Southern-fried Western” Django Unchained. While the new video hits most of the same beats, explaining how bounty hunter Dr. King Schultz (Christoph Waltz) comes to join forces with slave Django (Jamie Foxx) to track down the murderous Brittler brothers and rescue Django’s wife (Kerry Washington), the new video offers some fresh new footage and dialogue along the way. Watch it after the jump.
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Posted on Wednesday, October 26th, 2011 by Angie Han
And there you have it, folks. For the past several months we’ve watched as Quentin Tarantino filled seemingly every single role in his Django Unchained except the key character of Django’s wife Broomhilda — but the part remains empty no more. Kerry Washington has landed the female lead in the “Southern-fried spaghetti Western,” in which she’ll star opposite Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio, and many others. More details after the jump.
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We don’t have full confirmation from Quentin Tarantino or The Weinstein Company, but at this point it looks like Jamie Foxx will play the lead in Quentin Tarantino’s new film Django Unchained, which he’ll shoot in the next few months.
UPDATE: Variety and other outlets confirm the casting. Variety also says that Kerry Washington is one of several actresses to meet about the role of Django’s wife Broomhilda. Read More »
UPDATE: Late Tuesday night, The Weinstein Company officially picked up The Details.
When the Sundance Film Festival first announced their out of competition films, one I was particularly excited for, based solely on its description, was The Details. Written and directed by Jacob Aaron Estes (Mean Creek), The Details stars Tobey Maguire, Elizabeth Banks, Laura Linney, Ray Liotta, Kerry Washington and Dennis Haysbert in a dark comedy about a snowball of suburban drama set off by worm-hungry raccoons. Surprisingly, the film actually lives up to that wild one-sentence description providing laughs, shocks and a very well-balanced film considering it makes light of death, infidelity and more. Read the full review after the jump. Read More »
Loosely based on French writer/director Eric Rohmerï¿½s Chloe in the Afternoon, comedians Chris Rock and Louis C.K. have adapted the story for the American screen.
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Naomi Watts will star in an adaptation of Amy Sutherland’s Kicked, Bitten and Scratched: Life and Lessons at the World’s Premiere School for Exotic Animal Trainers for First Look Pictures. Todd Louiso (Love Liza) and Jacob Koskoff are scripting it into a romantic comedy.
Former SNL Weekend Update duo Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will co-star in the comedy Baby Mama. Fey will play a single executive whose desire to have a child and keep her career leads her to hire a surrogate mother, played by Poehler. Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me co-writer Michael McCullers will make his directorial debut.
Rob Schneider is in talks to join frequent collaborator Adam Sandler in You Don’t Mess With the Zohan. The script by Judd Apatow, Robert Smigel and Sandler centers on a Mossad agent (Sandler) who fakes his death so he can move to New York and become a hair stylist. Schneider would play an East Yistannen cab driver.
Rapper Busta Rhymes’ new movie Order of Redemption started shooting yesterday WITHOUT Rhymes. Apparently the NYPD scared the rapper away: “The production agreed that Busta Rhymes would not be participating in the scenes shot here after the Police Department raised public safety concerns.” Director Jeff Celentano is pissed: “This is tremendously unfair to Busta, who has been nothing but professional during this project. This is a bigger loss for the city of New York.”
Neil LaBute (In the Company of Men) is in negotiations to direct and Ashton Kutcher is in talks to co-star in Screen Gems’ thriller Lakeview Terrace, which follows an LAPD officer (Samuel L. Jackson) who will stop at nothing to force out the interracial couple (Kerry Washington & Kutcher) that moved in next door.
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The 2007 Razzie award winners (or should I say losers?) have been announced. Check out the results:
Worst Picture: Basic Instinct 2 (Sony/Columbia)
Worst Actress: Sharon Stone for Basic Instinct 2
Worst Actor: Marlon Wayans & Shawn Wayans for Little Man
Worst Supporting Actress: Carmen Electra for Date Movie and Scary Movie 4
Worst Supporting Actor: M. Night Shyamalan for Lady in the Water
Worst Director: M. Night Shyamalan for Lady in the Water
Worst Screen Couple: Shawn Wayans & either Kerry Washington or Marlon Wayans for Little Man
Worst Remake Or Rip-off: Little Man (Rip-off of the 1954 Bugs Bunny cartoon “Baby Buggy Bunny”)
Worst Prequel or Sequel: Basic Instinct 2
Worst Screenplay: Basic Instinct 2 (Screenplay by Leora Barish & Henry Bean, Based on Characters Created by Joe Ezsterhas)
Worst Excuse for Family Entertainment (New Category, Saluting the Celebs We’re ALL Sick & Tired Of!): RV (Sony/Columbia)
Here is a run down of Awards Per Picture:
Basic Instinct 2 [4 “Wins”]
Worst Picture, Worst Actress, Worst Sequel, Worst Screenplay
Little Man [3 “Wins”]
Worst Actor, Worst Screen Couple and Worst Remake/Rip-Off
Lady in the Water [2 “Wins”]
Worst Supporting Actor and Worst Director
I think they’re being a little too hard of Lady in the Water. But then again, I was one of the few people who enjoyed the film. What do you guys think was the worst movies and performances of the year?