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"Django Unchained" ist der Western, den Quentin Tarantino schon lange drehen wollte...

Tarantino wirkte übrigens selbst in Takashi Miike's "Sukiyaki Western Django" mit...

Die Dreharbeiten zu Tarantino's "Django Unchained" begannen im Januar 2012. Der deutsche Kinostart ist für den 17. Januar 2013 geplant...



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[10.01.2013] Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" wurde mit 5
Oscar-Nominierungen bedacht...

[14.12.2012] Zwei Clips aus Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" sind online...

[24.10.2012] Ein internationaler Trailer zu Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" ist online. Und bei IMG Awards kann man ein argentinisches Poster bestaunen...

[10.10.2012] Trailer #2 zu Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" ist online...

[08.06.2012] Der Teaser-Trailer zu Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" ist online...

[03.02.2012] Bleeding Cool zeigt Bilder vom "Django Unchained"-Set, die der Schauspieler Garret Dillahunt bei Twitter veröffentlicht hat...

[22.01.2012] MTV sprach mit dem SFX-Meister Greg Nicotero...
[...] work has begun on "Django Unchained, and for Nicetero, it has everything he loves about Tarantino."I love the script for 'Django,' I think it's great," he said. "Jaimie Foxx and Christoph Waltz and Leonardo DiCaprio, Kurt Russell, Kerry Washington, it's what I love about Quentin is that he is and will forever be an old school filmmaker."
Even if the "old school" ways don't mean too much work for the effects team, Nicotero appreciates Tarantino's style. "There are not a lot of special effects. It's all about his actors and it's so cinematic for him. We don't shoot anything digital, he uses film, one camera, we don't have five cameras shooting. That's it," he said. "It's inspiring. It's inspiring to think about the fact that that's how movies were made for years and years and years, and I'm not saying that digital technology doesn't have its positives, but I love that Quentin is old school."


[12.11.2011] CS! meldet...
Variety is reporting that actor/comic Sacha Baron Cohen is in final negotiations to join Quentin Tarantino's star-studded Western Django Unchained, playing a gambler named Scotty who buys the title character's wife as a companion. It's reportedly a small role but Tarantino was adamant on having Baron Cohen play the part. [...]

[27.10.2011] Deadline meldet...
Kerry Washington has won the role of Broomhilda in Django Unchained. Director Quentin Tarantino made his choice and The Weinstein Company began exclusive negotiations with her CAA reps last night. She’ll play the long-suffering slave wife of Django (Jamie Foxx) [...]

[23.10.2011] CS! meldet...
[...] Joseph Gordon-Levitt is in talks to join the cast of Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained.
Gordon-Levitt, who can also be seen in The Dark Knight Rises next year, would be reuniting with his Inception co-star Leonardo DiCaprio [...]


[12.10.2011] CS! meldet...
Variety reports that Don Johnson has been cast in Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained. [...]
Johnson will play a plantation owner named Spencer Bennett. [...]


[05.10.2011] CS! meldet...
Variety reports that M.C. Gainey ("LOST") is in talks to play Big John Brittle in Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained. Brittle is one of the overseers of the Carrucan Plantation. [...]

[03.10.2011] Heat Vision meldet...
Kurt Russell is reuniting with Quentin Tarantino for Django Unchained.
Russell is in talks to join the all-star movie, which includes Leonardo DiCaprio, Jamie Foxx, Samuel L. Jackson and Christoph Waltz. He would replace Kevin Costner, who bowed out last week. [...]
Coming on to the list of antagonists will be Russell, playing a character called Ace, a man who oversees the plantation in a ruthless manner and who relishes punishing slaves. [...]


[29.09.2011] CS! meldet...
Dennis Christopher is the latest name to join the cast of Quentin Tarantino's next, Django Unchained, Variety reports.
The writer/director's revenge-driven "Southern" will feature Jamie Foxx as Django, a freed American slave who teams with a German bounty hunter (Christoph Waltz) to save his wife from Calvin Candie (Leonardo DiCaprio), an evil plantation owner. Samuel L. Jackson and Gerald McRaney are also attached to star.
Christopher is best known for his early role in Breaking Away and has appeared more recently on HBO's "Deadwood." His part is that of Leo Moguy, Candie's lawyer. [...]


[19.09.2011] CS! meldet...
Kevin Costner has appeared to have dropped out of Quentin Tarantino's next, Django Unchained, due to scheduling conflicts, Variety's Justin Kroll reports via his Twitter feed.
The writer/director's revenge-driven "Southern" will still feature Jamie Foxx as Django, a freed American slave who teams with a German bounty hunter (Christoph Waltz) to save his wife from Calvin Candie (Leonardo DiCaprio), an evil plantation owner. Costner's role was to have been that of Ace Woody, a henchman of Candie's, responsible for training the slaves to fight. Samuel L. Jackson is also attached to star. [...]


[15.09.2011] Deadline meldet...
While it had been believed that Samuel L. Jackson was attached to star in Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained for some time, Variety says he has now officially signed on. The trade also says that Gerald McRaney ("Deadwood," "Major Dad") is on board.
The two join a cast that includes Leonardo DiCaprio, Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz and Kevin Costner. Jackson will play Stephen, a house slave and the right-hand man of a sadistic slavemaster. The trade did not mention which role McRaney would play.
In Tarantino's new film, the title character Django (Foxx) is a freed slave, who under the tutelage of a German bounty hunter (Waltz) becomes a badass bounty hunter himself. After assisting Waltz on taking down some bad guys for profit, he is in turn assisted by Waltz in tracking down his slave wife and liberating her from an evil plantation owner (DiCaprio).
Filming will start soon in New Orleans for a December 25, 2012 release.


[23.06.2011] Deadline meldet...
Quentin Tarantino has made his choice and negotiations will begin for Jamie Foxx to play the title character in Django Unchained. Tarantino's next film will be distributed domestically by The Weinstein Company and overseas by Sony Pictures. Production begins November.
Foxx will join Christoph Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio and Samuel L. Jackson in a Sergio Leone-style spaghetti Western that Tarantino wrote and has set in Mississippi during slavery. No deal has been made yet, but it shouldn't take long. While the early focus had Will Smith the likely participant, Deadline told you on June 7 that those talks had gone south, and we were first to identify Foxx as a prime contender for the role along with Idris Elba and Chris Tucker.
The choice of Foxx is an inspired one. After transitioning from comedies to dramas, Foxx proved himself a formidable physical presence in films like Any Given Sunday, Collateral, Jarhead and Law Abiding Citizen, and has shown his acting chops there and in his Oscar-winning turn in Ray. Those facets are prerequisites for the role of Django. And Foxx can ride a horse, too.
Django is a slave who's liberated by a German dentist-turned-bounty hunter and taught the tricks of the trade by his mentor. Django's major goal in life is to recover his wife, and to do it he needs to get past the villainous ranch owner Calvin Candie (DiCaprio), who runs Candyland, a despicable club and plantation in Mississippi where female slaves are exploited as sex objects and males are pitted against each other in "mandingo"-style death matches. Candie is a slave's worst nightmare, and that is where Django's wife Broomhilda is an abused slave.
Waltz, who won the Oscar for Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds, is locked as the bounty hunter and DiCaprio signed on earlier this month. Tarantino's Pulp Fiction star Jackson is also expected to play the role of Stephen, Candie's valet who keeps the slaves in line at Candie's residence. Tarantino turned in his script in late April to The Weinstein Company's Harvey Weinstein, and Sony Pictures signed on shortly after to distribute in offshore territories.
Django Unchained is being produced by Tarantino's Pulp Fiction producer Stacey Sher, along with Pilar Savone and Reginald Hudlin. Weinstein, Michael Shamberg and line producer Jim Skotchdopole are exec producing.


[15.06.2011] CS! meldet...
The Weinstein Company has set a December 25, 2012 release date for Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained. The film is currently in that spot by itself.
The Spaghetti Western style story focuses on Django, a freed American slave who teams with a German bounty hunter to save his wife from Calvin Candie, an evil plantation owner.
Leonardo DiCaprio is in final talks to play Candie, while Christoph Waltz is expected to play the German bounty hunter. Samuel L. Jackson is also said to have a role, though the role of Django has not been cast yet.


[09.06.2011] CS! meldet...
Rumors abound when it comes to the casting of Quentin Tarantino's upcoming Django Unchained, the writer/director's revenge-driven "Southern". Now Variety reports that Leonardo DiCaprio is in talks to play the film's villain, Calvin Candie.
The Spaghetti Western style story focuses on Django, a freed American slave who teams with a German bounty hunter to save his wife from Candie, an evil plantation owner.
Interestingly enough, Tarantino is said to have written the part of Hans Landa in Inglourious Basterds for DiCaprio. That role ultimately went to Christoph Waltz, winning the actor an Oscar. Waltz is all-but-confirmed for Django himself in the part of a German bounty hunter who teaches Django the tricks of the trade.
The role of Django remains uncast, though Will Smith and Idris Elba are said to be chief among those in discussions to headline.


[09.05.2011] Heat Vision meldet...
Will Smith has emerged as the frontrunner to star in Quentin Tarantino’s next film, Django Unchained, a spaghetti Western about a slave in the Old South who teams with a German bounty hunter to search for his wife.
Tarantino stalwarts Samuel L. Jackson and Christoph Waltz also are circling key parts.
The film, Tarantino’s follow-up to his worldwide blockbuster Inglourious Basterds, will be distributed domestically by the Weinstein Co., but Tarantino is in the process of selecting a studio partner to release the film internationally. Sources say he was meeting with Universal executives Friday, and similar meetings with Sony, Paramount, Warner Bros. and possibly others have been scheduled.
Sources prepped for those meetings say Tarantino would like Smith to star in the film, the script for which has been making the rounds in recent days to wide acclaim. No official offer has been made to Smith, and any deal would of course be subject to working out financials, which might be difficult given Smith's status as one of Hollywood's few sure-thing stars.
Indeed, though Smith has been out of multiplexes since 2008’s Seven Pounds, he is still considered among the top two or three box-office draws worldwide.
Smith is being teed up for the title role of Django, a freed slave who seeks to reunite with his slave wife, a journey that will see him team with a German bounty hunter to take down an evil plantation owner.
Tarantino wrote the bounty hunter part with Waltz in mind, according to insiders. The German ends up training Django and helping him seek his wife.
Jackson would play the house slave to the bad guy, Monsieur Calvin Candie. The slave is an expert manipulator and will face off with Django.
Smith and his reps have received the screenplay, which could be a hot potato due to the themes of racism and the liberal use of the N-word. It's unclear whether Smith has read the script yet. The actor manages his image very carefully, but the part is heroic and could be iconic. And let’s not forget that Denzel Washington won his two Oscars playing characters who used the N-word.
Tarantino is aiming for a fall shoot in the South, possibly in Louisiana, but the exact locale has not been determined.


[02.05.2011] CS! meldet...
Quentin Tarantino's agency WME has confirmed that Quentin Tarantino has turned in the final draft of his spaghetti Western to The Weinstein Company. The movie, to be titled Django Unchained, will be produced by Stacey Sher (Pulp Fiction) and Pilar Savone.
WME also confirmed to Thompson on Hollywood that Inglourious Basterds star Christoph Waltz will reunite with Tarantino for the film.
Tarantino previously described the project as follows:
"I'd like to do a Western. But rather than set it in Texas, have it in slavery times. With that subject that everybody is afraid to deal with. Let's shine that light on ourselves. You could do a ponderous history lesson of slaves escaping on the Underground Railroad. Or, you could make a movie that would be exciting. Do it as an adventure. A spaghetti Western that takes place during that time. And I would call it 'A Southern.'"
A commenter at Hollywood Elsewhere claims to have read the script and describes it further as follows:
"The title character Django is a freed slave, who under the tutelage of a German bounty hunter (Christoph Waltz) becomes a badass bounty hunter himself and after assisting Waltz on taking down some bad guys for profit, is in turn assisted by Waltz in tracking down his slave wife and liberating her from an evil plantation owner. And that doesn't even half begin to cover it! This film deals with racism as I've rarely seen it handled in a Hollywood film. While it's 100 percent pure popcorn and revenge flick, it is pure genius in the way it takes on the evil slave owning south. Think of what he did with the Nazis in Inglourious and you'll get a sense of what he's doing with slave owners and slave overseers in this one. It's violent and funny and full of great Tarantino monologues and shoot outs (and slave rapes and slave tortures) and the center piece of the script is this fantastic relationship between Django and his Obi-Wan Waltz and it all just f*cking works in the way only Tarantino makes it work." [...]



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DVDDjango
Regionalcode 2
FSK: Freigegeben ab 18 Jahren
Darsteller: Franco Nero, José Bodalo, Loredana Nusciak
Regie: Sergio Corbucci, Ruggero Deodato
DVD Erscheinungstermin: 1. August 2006
Im Grenzstreifen zwischen Mexiko und den noch jungen USA führen zwei rivalisierende Verbrecherarmeen ihren unerbittlichen Kampf - die Roten Kapuzenmänner von Major Jackson und die Rebellen von General Rodriguez. Eines Tages erscheint ein wortkarger, zerlumpter Revolverheld in der Gegend, der einen Sarg hinter sich her schleppt. Sein Name ist Django und er ist bereit, sich mit beiden Seiten anzulegen...

DVDSukiyaki Western Django
Regionalcode 2
FSK: Freigegeben ab 18 Jahren
Darsteller: Hideaki Ito, Masanobu Ando, Koichi Sato
Regie: Takashi Miike
DVD Erscheinungstermin: 12. Juni 2009

Quentin Tarantino ist in einigen Szenen zu sehen... ;-)



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Jasper P. Morgan
Spaghetti Heroes: Django - Sartana - Ringo
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256 Seiten (26. Mai 2008)

Zahlreiche beeindruckende, actionreiche und seltene Bilder bereichern dieses Buch, das dem Fan des Italo-Western ein Wiedersehen mit "seinen" Lieblingshelden bescheren und auch jene Filmfreunde, die sich bisher noch nicht so recht mit dem Italo-Western anfreunden konnten, begeistern will. Auf jeden Fall aber stellt dieses Buch ein in dieser Form einzigartiges, anschauliches und unverzichtbares Nachschlagewerk zum Thema Italo-Western dar, an dem Westernfreunde und solche, die es werden wollen, ihre Freude haben werden...



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Luis Enriquez Bacalov
Django
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Erscheinungstermin: 20. März 2008



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