First footage from Django Unchained: watch now

"You had my curiosity… now you have my attention"

Django Unchainedhas released its first footage online, with Entertainment Tonight previewing their exclusive trailer reveal with a miniature teaser.

The new footage focuses mainly on Leonardo DiCaprio's villainous plantation owner Calvin Candie, seen here purring to Jamie Foxx and Christoph Waltz, "gentlemen, you had my curiosity… now you have my attention."

DiCaprio's villain seems to be of the playful variety, whooping and hollering at every turn, before commenting of Django, "he is a rambunctious sort," ina honey-coated Southern drawl.

Check out the new footage, below…



While we're not over-keen on this new trend of trailers for trailers, we must confess to being particularly excited by this one, as brief as it is. At present, the tone seems fairly light-hearted, although we're sure things will take a turn for the dark when the slavery issue takes centre stage.

Django Unchained
opens in the UK on 18 January 2013. In the meantime, stay tuned for the first official trailer, which should be arriving sooner rather than later.

What do you think of the first footage? Tell us, below...

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    • Heisenberg

      Jun 6th 2012, 11:04

      TKOC, how the f**k can you judge a movie from a clip put together by Entertainment Tonight for their TV show?? f*****g hell.

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    • MikeyRix

      Jun 6th 2012, 11:16

      @Heisenberg 'Cause he's Dalidab, and he's been doing this for years...

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    • writerdave87

      Jun 6th 2012, 12:37

      Looks literally nothing like the Quick and the Dead. Setting, characters, plot, music... NOTHING has anything to do with Raimi's film. He's a moronic, unpleasant little dweeb that the best part of ended up as a brown stain on his mother's mattress but even by his standards that made zero sense.

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    • joker16

      Jun 6th 2012, 15:01

      Whenever I watch the last scene of There Will Be Blood I always think of Dalidab.... "They should have put you in a glass jar on the mantlepiece".....

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    • Ali1748

      Jun 6th 2012, 17:30

      Who ever came up with the idea of a trailer for a trailer should be forced to watch Martin Lawrence movies on loop 24/7.

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    • writerdave87

      Jun 6th 2012, 20:28

      You shouldn't be honoured, he means you should have died in the womb. Even by that nonsensical definition, this still has nothing to do with The Quick and the Dead. You also quite possibly don't know what 'homage' actually means. Stop trying to sound intelligent Dalidab, it's like watching a retarded monkey trying to f**k a football.

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    • thedanieljson

      Jun 6th 2012, 20:36

      ANYWAY that one bit where it did a quick zoom in on Waltz' gun looked pretty Exploitation/Grindhousey... I don't know if I haven't been keeping up, but has it been described as a grindhouse style picture? I knew the story was in that vein, but not the camera work and such.

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    • Heisenberg

      Jun 6th 2012, 21:16

      "it's like watching a retarded monkey trying to f**k a football". That made me laugh out loud.

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    • DuffyUK

      Jun 6th 2012, 22:12

      Dictionary.com A retard's best friend.

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    • writerdave87

      Jun 7th 2012, 7:53

      For further evidence you're talking out of the diseased, syphillitic chasm that is your backside Dalidab, go look at the full trailer and see it doesn't look anything remotely like Quick and the Dead.

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    • EddieFelson

      Jun 7th 2012, 9:06

      Fair enough they are both revenge films and both star Di Caprio as for “A homage within homage" no you’re wrong, completely and utterly wrong! Nothing new there then!

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    • chrysler

      Jun 11th 2012, 17:52

      Django looks decent & I hope the finished article lives up to the trailer. on a different note the quick and the dead is celluloid bile. absolute utter c**p, and to use that rubbish as a point of reference in a film argument is stupid beyond words!

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    • justme1

      Jun 12th 2012, 2:25

      why can't people simply enjoy the movie without being too sophisticated?:)

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