New images from Django Unchained

Jamie Foxx is a very dapper gunslinger

Django Unchained has released a new batch of images featuring Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz and Leonardo DiCaprio looking pin-sharp in their period Western clothing.

There are a lot of stern faces on show as Foxx and Waltz ponder the magnitude of the task ahead, while Waltz also gets to show his badass side, filling one unlucky punter with a round of hot lead.

The film will see Foxx’s freed slave Django strike up an alliance with dentist-turned-bounty hunter Dr. King Schultz (Waltz), as he attempts to rescue his wife from the clutches of evil plantation owner, Calvin Candie (DiCaprio).

The latest rumour surrounding the production is that it will screen a first full trailer ahead of screenings ofPrometheus, although that has yet to be officially confirmed. Not a bad double-header though, is it?

Django Unchained opens in the UK on 18 January 2013. Until then, you can check out the new images below...


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    • EddieFelson

      May 29th 2012, 9:59

      Jamie Foxx looks like a t**t! There are a few films I like watching, not down to the films as a whole but to watch actors at there finest! Marlon Brandow, Rob De Niro, Nicholas Cage (you know which films), Paul Newman, Steve McQueen, then threes Daniel Day Lewis (everything) Christian Bale (American Psycho/The Machinist) Tom Hardy (Stuart: A life Backwards/Bronson) and Christoph Waltz as Hans Lander obviously there is more but I feel this will be another example of how to get the best out of your actors! See Kill Bill along side Uma’s other films and you will know what I mean!

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    • Ali1748

      May 29th 2012, 17:51

      Hmmm that posting style, I am sure I've seen it before.

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    • EddieFelson

      May 30th 2012, 9:57

      No I’m not Dalidab just had too much to drink yesterday and turned in to a self obsessed highly opinionated Tw*t for a while!

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