Django Unchained

(2012)

With the help of his mentor, a slave-turned-bounty hunter sets out to rescue his wife from a brutal Mississippi plantation owner.

‘Django Unchained’ and ‘Zorro’ Crossover Planned at Sony

‘Django Unchained’ and ‘Zorro’ Crossover Planned at Sony

It isn't known what this project entitled The Dion Brothers may be about, but Quentin Tarantino did express interest in that project, and another entitled The Baby Blue Marine. In his reply, the filmmaker said that, "D/Z could be really fun!" If he does end up directing this Django/Zorro crossover, it would be the filmmaker's first ever sequel.

The Django/Zorro comic book is set several years after the events of Django Unchained. Since he has warrants out in the East, Django heads west with his wife Broomhilda, as they both settle down in Chicago. Django goes back out on the road to look for work, where he meets the enigmatic Diego de la Vega, a.k.a. Zorro, who is the first man Django has met that does not care about the color of his skin. Django takes a job as Zorro's bodyguard and is drawn into a fight to help locals break free from their indentured servitude.

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Quentin Tarantino Heads to Comic-Con 2014 for ‘Django Unchained’ Sequel Comic

Quentin Tarantino Heads to Comic-Con 2014 for ‘Django Unchained’ Sequel Comic

Any fan of Quentin Tarantino knows that he hasn't made a sequel to any of his movies yet, and that doesn't appear to change in the near future. However, he is continuing the story from 2012's Django Unchained in comic book form, with a sequel/mashup from Dynamite Entertainment that will be presented at Comic-Con 2014. Take a look at the panel details below, which will take place on Sunday, July 27

Join Dynamite publisher Nick Barrucci, Dynamite senior editor Joseph Rybandt and moderator Alan Kistler as they present a special 10th Anniversary Celebration featuring the upcoming Django/Zorro crossover creative team of Reginald Hudlin (editor, Django/Zorro), Matt Wagner (writer, Django/Zorro) and of course the very special guest Quentin Tarantino as they help to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Dynamite Comics!

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Quentin Tarantino Plans 4-Hour ‘Django Unchained’ TV Miniseries

Quentin Tarantino Plans 4-Hour ‘Django Unchained’ TV Miniseries

While the fate of The Hateful Eight remains uncertain, and we'll likely never see a sequel to Django Unchained, director Quentin Tarantino isn't retiring from the Western genre anytime soon. His next project may be a 4-hour Django Unchained miniseries for television.

Don't get too excited. He isn't writing or shooting new material for this proposed miniseries. The director currently holds 90 minutes of never-before-seen footage from the original 2012 shoot that he plans to re-edit back into the movie.

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Listen to the Full ‘Django Unchained’ Soundtrack with Quentin Tarantino Commentary

Listen to the Full ‘Django Unchained’ Soundtrack with Quentin Tarantino Commentary

Director Quentin Tarantino has always had an eclectic taste in the music he chooses for his films, which is often praised as much as the movies themselves. Today, QT fans can get some insight into his musical selections with the entire soundtrack for his latest hit Django Unchained, featuring commentary from the filmmaker himself. Check out the full 86-minute soundtrack, which is also available for download on iTunes.

Django Unchained was released December 25th, 2012.

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‘Django Unchained’ Leonardo DiCaprio Featurette

‘Django Unchained’ Leonardo DiCaprio Featurette

Django Unchained opened in theaters nationwide on Christmas Day, earning an impressive $15 million over the holiday. The Weinstein Company has debuted a new featurette focusing on Leonardo DiCaprio, who plays plantation owner Calvin Candie. Stars Jamie Foxx, Samuel L. Jackson, Kerry Washington, and director Quentin Tarantino discuss how impressed they were with Leonardo DiCaprio's performance, and how committed he was to this deplorable character. Go behind-the-scenes with this "Southern" before watching it again in theaters this weekend.

Django Unchained was released December 25th, 2012.

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EXCLUSIVE: Walton Goggins Talks Billy Crash in ‘Django Unchained’

EXCLUSIVE: Walton Goggins Talks Billy Crash in ‘Django Unchained’

Walton Goggins Talks Billy Crash in Django Unchained, in theaters across the country right now!

Django Unchained opened in theaters across the country on Christmas day. One of the most talked about moments finds Walton Goggins as Billy Crash torturing our hero Django, played by Jamie Foxx. After threatening to castrate the former slave, who hangs naked and upside down in a hollowed out barn, Billy turns to leave, giving Django's vulnerable groin a disturbing tickle. It's a small, subtle moment that is pure Quentin Tarantino. It's a tiny, fleeting bit of minutia, but at the same time, it says so much about Billy Crash, a fast firing lackey of Calvin Candie's (Leonardo DiCaprio) who refuses to accept any person of color as a free man.

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Fourth ‘Django Unchained’ Trailer

Fourth ‘Django Unchained’ Trailer

The Weinstein Company has debuted the fourth trailer for Django Unchained, just four days before it hits theaters nationwide on Christmas Day. Jamie Foxx stars as the title character, a slave who is freed by bounty hunter King Schultz (Christoph Waltz) to find a pair of outlaw brothers. As a reward for his service, Schlutz agrees to help Django rescue his wife Broomhilda (Kerry Washington) from the nefarious plantation owner Calvin Candie (Leonardo DiCaprio). Take a final look at this highly-anticipated "Southern" before making your way to theaters over the holiday.

Django Unchained was released December 25th, 2012.

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‘Django Unchained’ NECA Action Figure Photos

‘Django Unchained’ NECA Action Figure Photos

If your Christmas wish list includes lifelike dolls of Jamie Foxx and Leonardo DiCaprio, then you're in luck. NECA is releasing an action figure line from director Quentin Tarantino revenge thriller Django Unchained, which includes Django (Jamie Foxx), Dr. King Schultz (Christoph Waltz), Calvin Candie (Leonardo DiCaprio), Butch (James Remar), Stephen (Samuel L. Jackson), and Broomhilda (Kerry Washington). Any scenario you hope to play out just seems wrong! But we won't judge you. These figures are available today: CLICK HERE You better hurry, though. These seem to be moving fast and there aren't that many.

Django Unchained was released December 25th, 2012.

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