Badass New Batch of Photos for 'Django Unchained' with Jamie Foxx

May 28, 2012
Source: Facebook, Empire

Quentin Tarantino - Django Unchained

The name's Django. Although we're anxiously awaiting the first teaser trailer for Quentin Tarantino's new spaghetti western Django Unchained, supposedly playing with Prometheus, another batch of new photos have arrived to whet our appetite and keep us excited. This time we get better looks at Jamie Foxx as the freed slave-turned-bounty hunter Django, as well as a second look at Christoph Waltz as bounty hunter Dr. King Schultz (shooting someone), who trains him. There's a few more shots of Leonardo DiCaprio as plantation owner Calvin Candie as well (to compliment the original first look), so check them all out below.

These were found in high res by The Film Stage on Facebook, but they're also in the latest Empire, too.

Django Unchained Photos

Django Unchained Photos

Django Unchained Photos

Django Unchained Photos

Django Unchained Photos

Django Unchained is written and directed by Quentin Tarantino, who last brought us Inglourious Basterds. In the film, the Django (Jamie Foxx) is a freed slave, who under the tutelage of a German bounty hunter (Christoph Waltz) becomes a bounty hunter himself, and together they track down his slave wife (Kerry Washington) and liberate her from the evil plantation owner (Leonardo DiCaprio). The cast includes Samuel Jackson, Dennis Christopher, Walton Goggins, M.C. Gainey, Don Johnson, Anthony LaPaglia, RZA, James Russo, James Remar, Todd Allen and Franco Nero. Shooting is just wrapping and The Weinstein Company currently has the film scheduled for release starting December 25th, Christmas Day, the end of this year.

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Reader Feedback - 45 Comments


Can't wait for the teaser trailer! ūüėÄ

Moutchy on May 28, 2012


This will be totally awesome.. Tarantino is back.. 

Sakyo on May 28, 2012


Tarantino Unchaind Unfortunately Western Genre is Dead nowadays. Tarantino is Last Man Standing. He wana dig this tomb and bring The Dead to the life (3:10 Not was Original) He is miracleworker. A Modern Virtuoso . Artful in the best kind. Always have Wild , Brutal , Hot , Shocking , Heartpounding moments with : Pure ( Adrenaline & Testosterone ) Confection of Light , Color , Sound , Music and he is Amazing. Dicaprio is not looking good for evil guy But he can surprise me really hard, He know rites of stay STAR. Wait for mr.Waltz

Ehsan Davodi on May 28, 2012


Dude seriously: what the heck did you just say????

Lowrider_83 on May 28, 2012


I think this was copied from Google translator. I only laughed because it sounded like this drunk guy who lives around my house.

Josef Saltpeppaketchup Woods on May 28, 2012


wait... there is a drunk guy that lives around your house?

DoomCanoe on May 29, 2012


 Have you not seen The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford?

Xerxexx on May 28, 2012


 Or Appaloosa.

tommyturner on May 28, 2012


 Or True Grit.

Triangle Dimes on May 28, 2012


 Or Cowboys and Aliens? oh wait...

LosZombies on May 28, 2012


I said original duds, read the commen again 3:10 to Yuma , Appalosa , True Grit and Even Jesse James were remade. You don't read my commen exactly. Tarantino bring the dead to the life!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ehsan Davodi on May 29, 2012


 Actually Ehsan, I believe Appaloosa and Assassination of Jesse James were both originals - not remakes.

tommyturner on May 29, 2012


Or The Proposition?

grimjob on May 30, 2012


Can't wait to see it either.

BoxOfficeFuture on May 28, 2012


everything looks so clean and HD...

happy camper on May 28, 2012


Agree. But I dig the saturated colors.

Ryderup on May 28, 2012


And, obviously these pics were shot with a digital camera...

Ryderup on May 28, 2012


 But they didn't have digital camera back then! I'm confused...

Moutchy on May 28, 2012


Yeah, Tarantino and Richardson should have gone full on   D.W. Griffith, Birth of a Nation! (Edison cameras, and no sound, not just the language of cinema.)   LOL.

Dougla_1 on May 28, 2012


These are still photographs from the on-set photographer... and I bet you he shoots on a Canon or Nikon.

Ryderup on May 29, 2012



Al on May 28, 2012


 F*** yeah.

bozo connors on May 29, 2012


Last picture: JC Penny's Winter Western Collection

JP on May 28, 2012


I love the third picture "Dude.... ya shot me."

Josef Saltpeppaketchup Woods on May 28, 2012


I want some moving pictures!

Davide Coppola on May 28, 2012


 Moving pictures you say?! UNHEARD OF!

LosZombies on May 28, 2012


Harry Potter. The Daily Prophet.  Gimme a trailer!!!

Isildur_of_Numenor on May 29, 2012



mooreworthy on May 28, 2012


Seriously, is that Little Joe Cartwright's jacket?  Awesome!

tommyturner on May 28, 2012



Cesar Medina-Castellanos on May 28, 2012


where the white women at?

mongo on May 28, 2012


 I want to know where the Asian people are at, and that's all I want to know.

Triangle Dimes on May 28, 2012


 Probably building a railroads somewhere.

LosZombies on May 28, 2012


Or hanging out in an opium tent.

grimjob on May 30, 2012


im interested in seeing how much homage he'll play to classic westerns..

lando on May 28, 2012


Im really looking forward to seeing DiCaprio in this one. Somethin just tells me he's gonna be a total badass >:D

LosZombies on May 28, 2012


I may have to chain myself down (pun intended?). That's how excited I am for this film.

Isildur_of_Numenor on May 29, 2012


Beards are so hot right now.  Hot like Jamie Foxx with a beard

Jeremy Tapsell on May 29, 2012


Man, they all look way too clean. I have a bad feeling about this.

Richard Canlas on May 29, 2012


Although remakes western like "3:10 to Yuma" or "True Gri" or "Appalosa" or even Jesse James (not was remake but not original character for me) this movie was very original western with special place in my heart. I wait for this come out, Can't wait

Ehsan Davodi on May 29, 2012


Django 2012 (Jamie Foxx) y Django 1966 (Franco Nero)!

Terrible Reactor on May 29, 2012


I doubt that sir. I think this is name deja vu. I think Tarantino wright original script for this. I love whole of those remakes too very much(exceptionally cowboy vs alien) unfortunately I didn't see django 1966, I try to see that. Beside if this was true , don't interrupt my comment or show it is false because in that shape (cup of western run out of original ideas, and this mean western was dead to me, I really can't wait for release this with I do respect for your opinion.

Ehsan Davodi on May 29, 2012


Django 66 was pretty damn enjoyable, I think you'll dig it.

grimjob on May 30, 2012


I agree with Richard Canlas up there. I LOVE Tarantino and everything he does, but the cleanliness of everything is worrying me a bit. I'm not a fan of the old Hollywood westerns, the Italian-made are the ones I love. Dirty and gritty. But I know it won't disappoint. Except for The Terror of Tiny Town. Now THAT'S a classic western!!

grimjob on May 30, 2012


That's Franco Nero .. first photo.. the original Django ūüėÄ

fan on May 31, 2012

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