‘Django Unchained’ Updated With New TV Spot
There may have been some worries that - after a year of seeing films shuffle from 2012 to 2013 - Quentin Tarantino's 'Django Unchained' wouldn't be hitting theaters on Christmas Day this year. But it looks like worrying time is over, as advertising is starting to bump up, and the film now has its own website.
And at the website you're greeted with a funky remix of James Brown's 'The Big Payback,' and a number of playful options to look at the cast and settings and get wallpapers and Facebook backgrounds. Here are those wallpapers:
And hat tip to Collider for pointing these out. Though there may have been worries about the film hitting its release date, all evidence is that the film has been assembled and screened, and they'll probably be cutting it close, but that's nothing new. In fact it looks like it screened this week, if we're to go by this picture from Jonah Hill's twitter feed:
We've also just heard that it gets its first screening for Oscar voters on November 29. And there's also now an extended TV spot that highlights what we already know, with much of the same footage from the trailers, but Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz and Leonardo DiCaprio have their (familiar) moments to shine in it. Here's that TV spot: