With less than a month until Quentin Tarantino's new movie arrives in theaters nationwide, it's time to start getting down to brass tacks with Django Unchained. Today, that means two new TV spots, both of which double down by clocking in at a minute.
Remember the ten-disc Blu-ray set collecting Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2, Thor, Captain America: The First Avenger, and The Avengers? The one that was supposed to be part of this holiday buying frenzy before a lawsuit delayed the September street date? Yeah, that one. It's now set for April, and will be accompanied by Marvel Studios' "Phase Two," along with previously unseen special features.
Only last week, it emerged that David Yates, the director behind the last four Harry Potter movies, decided to make a Tarzan movie for Warner Bros. Immediately, the big question was just which hunk of muscle would don a loincloth to play Edgar Rice Burroughs' jungle hero. The answer may already be forthcoming, as it looks like Alexander Skarsgard has emerged as the frontrunner to star in Tarzan.
The Weinstein Company has revealed a new domestic one sheet for Django Unchained, one that puts Jamie Foxx front and center as the titular freed slave. Flanking Django are Leonardo DiCaprio as the villainous plantation owner Calvin Candie and Christoph Waltz as Dr. King Schultz, the German dentist and bounty hunter who teams up with our hero.
Set your emotional state to nostalgic, because a theatrical trailer for next year's 3D re-release of Jurassic Park has debuted, and it parties like it's 1993.
Because traumatizing a whole generation of kids with the threat of velociraptor disembowelment wasn't enough, Jurassic Park is returning to theaters next year, and doing so in three dimensions. Anyone who had their first surround sound experience in a seemingly dinosaur-infested theater back in the summer of 1993 is about feel a little nostalgia nugget.
Universal Pictures has unveiled the one-sheet for Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park in 3D, and the poster smartly eschews dinosaur action in favor of the sense of awe, size, and foreboding that so thrilled everybody almost twenty years ago.
Next year, we may very well be seeing some Halloween costumes depicting characters from Quentin Tarantino's upcoming saga of slavery, vengeance, and bad language, so why not preemptively study some outfits with ten new images from Django Unchained?
The title of Captain America: The Winter Soldier tops us off to just who will be the primary villain in the sequel, but Cap's second modern adventure can't be a one-on-one affair. That means secondary villains. One of those villains adding mayhem to The Winter Soldier's antics, Crossbones, will definitely be played by Frank Grillo.
Yesterday brought a rambunctious international trailer for Quentin Tarantino's new antebellum South revenge tale, and today that trailer is joined by a Django Unchained poster from outside the States.
Two weeks ago, The Weinstein Company dropped a second domestic trailer for Django Unchained, and like its title character, that trailer is "a rambunctious sort." A new international trailer has arrived, keeping the rambunctiousness but adding new footage, action, and nuggets of real character.