The Wild West of the movies is populated by unimaginably grizzled cowboys ready to get down to all manner of derring do, but Disney has revealed two character posters for The Lone Ranger that highlight the feminine side of the frontier.
Ruth Wilson and Helena Bonham Carter are showcased on these new posters promoting the July 3rd release of The Lone Ranger.
The promising western Jane Got a Gun, which stars Natalie Portman in the title role, kicked off principal photography on Monday, but did so without a director.
Production has managed to stay more or less on track despite the sudden departure of Lynn Ramsay, however, as producers snappily hired Gavin O'Connor to take over directorial duties within about two days. As it gained a new helmer, however, the film lost Jude Law in a pivotal role.
Our latest look at this The Lone Ranger comes from all the way across the Pacific Ocean. It's a Japanese trailer, and so includes very little dialogue. It does, however, speak an international language.
In anticipation of some sort of sporting event this Sunday, Disney is offering yet another commercial for a commercial with a glimpse at new footage from this summer's The Lone Ranger.
And maybe because a twenty-second tease of a piece of advertising feels a little insubstantial, the little sneak peek is accompanied by a brand new one sheet featuring Armie Hammer and Johnny Depp as the title character and Tonto, respectively.
Quentin Tarantino made a name for himself with his 1992 debut, Reservoir Dogs and has continued to engage audiences with his unique writing and direction since. Opening Christmas Day is his latest film, Django Unchained, which stars Jamie Foxx (Ray, Miami Vice), Christoph Waltz (Inglorious Basterds, Carnage), Leonardo Dicaprio (Inception, The Basketball Diaries), Kerry Washington (Ray, Last King of Scotland), and Samuel L. Jackson (Pulp Fiction, The Long Kiss Goodnight).
The film focuses on Django, played by Foxx, a slave living in the Deep South after having been separated from his wife Broomhilda, played by Washington. When Django is held for a slave auction, Dr. King Schultz (Waltz), a German bounty hunter who uses his former profession of a dentist as a cover, frees Django from his vicious masters and gives him the option of helping him hunt down and kill the Brittle Brothers, a ruthless gang of killers whom only Django has seen. In return, Schultz will free Django from slavery completely and help find and rescue Broomhilda from the charming but brutal Calvin Candie (DiCaprio), who owns Candyland, a plantation where male slaves are trained to fight for sport and female slaves are forced into prostitution.
A press conference was recently held in New York City in which filmmaker Quentin Tarantino, joined by Jamie Foxx, Leonardo DiCaprio, Samuel L. Jackson, Kerry Washington, Christoph Waltz, and Don Johnson discussed their new film, Django Unchained.
Good news, everyone.
About a month ago, The Weinstein Company released what was assumed to be the final theatrical trailer for Django Unchained. Just hours from the film's domestic release, however, we've got one more trailer for Quentin Tarantino's latest effort.
Countess commercials are now reminding us on a daily basis that Christmas is right around the corner. Today, though, one new commercial reminds us that Christmas this year doesn't just mean presents and goodwill towards men. A new TV spot for Django Unchained celebrates the holiday season with vengeance, comedy, and hints of over the top violence.
Oh, and there are also three new stills from the film, showing off the characters played by Jamie Foxx, Leonardo DiCaprio, Christoph Waltz, and Samuel L. Jackson.
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.
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?
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.