Watch: Last Year's 'The Hateful Eight' Teaser Trailer Officially Online

April 16, 2015

The Hateful Eight

While we're all excited about the forthcoming new trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens arriving shortly, let's not forget that there's a new Quentin Tarantino film coming later this year as well. The Hateful Eight is another western from the director of Django Unchained and Pulp Fiction, and now the teaser trailer that was attached to Sin City: A Dame to Kill For last year has officially surfaced online. Again, there's no film footage on display, but just a bunch of stylish title cards running through the title characters in the film. It'll have to do for now as we wait for any kind of first look from Tarantino's anticipated project.

Here's the teaser trailer for Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight (via The Film Stage):

The Hateful Eight is written and directed by Quentin Tarantino (Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, Jackie Brown, Kill Bill, Inglourious Basterds, Django Unchained). Six or eight or twelve years after the Civil War, a stagecoach hurtles through the wintry Wyoming landscape carrying bounty hunter John Ruth (Kurt Russell) and his fugitive Daisy Domergue (Jennifer Jason Leigh) towards the town of Red Rock where Ruth, known in these parts as “The Hangman,” will bring Domergue to justice. But their journey is about to get disrupted by a blizzard, leaving them  stranded at Minnie's Haberdashery with six other travelers (Samuel L. Jackson, Walton Goggins, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen, Bruce Dern and Demian Bichir), and they might not all make it out alive. The Weinstein Company releases the film sometime in the fall of 2015. Excited yet?

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I've never been less Excited for a Tarantino movie. I'm sure it will be a masterpiece but I feel it's too much like Django.

Jon Odishaw on Apr 16, 2015


agreed, I keep hearing him talk retirement. Wishing he'd try his hand at a new genre before he quits. perhaps time travel? That id be crazy excited to see! but no doubt i'll see this one. And love it. Damn you Tarantino.

fasterpetey on Apr 16, 2015


Yea I'm afraid It will be this, kill bill 3 and then retirement. I'm sure they would be masterpieces but I'd like to see him tackle something new.

Jon Odishaw on Apr 16, 2015


Tarantino does a time travel movie that ties all his other movies together!!!!!

Brian Sleider on Apr 16, 2015


Its true and each movie itself is all over the time spectrum

Jon Odishaw on Apr 16, 2015


Needa win the lotto, so I can throw as much money as needed to get this done.

Brian Sleider on Apr 16, 2015


Gotta agree a bit with the kid here.. but as fasterpetey says, its a Tarantino movie and therefore must be seen regardless

Tester on Apr 16, 2015


Oh yea I'll be there opening night as always

Jon Odishaw on Apr 16, 2015


Agree. Django was no good. He needs a good story. He still rocks the directors chair, and when watching Django you can tell he is a master at his craft, but without a good story it just stinks.

MaqueeStalker on Apr 16, 2015


Well, I don't know, Jon. A masterpiece? Come on,'s cool that you really like Tarantino movies...but must you label them masterpieces? I guess one man's floor is another ceiling, but I doubt very seriously in the scope of things, you know, film history and all that, that any Tarantino film will make the grade as a masterpiece. Like along side Citizen Kane and others of that nature? I don't think so. Still, if you consider them masterpieces, then what the hell...go ahead.

Bo on Apr 16, 2015


ohhh citizen kane? really? "Yea Metropolis was good but I think Citizen Kane is when movies really peaked. Also Stanley Kubrick tried way too hard." Yes Pulp Fiction was a god damn masterpiece, so was reservoir dogs. and Ive enjoyed every single one since, Inglourious Basterds being my favourite.

Jon Odishaw on Apr 16, 2015


Shit, that was quick, Jon. Hey, I appreciate your Tarantino thing. I've just never cared for him and will take Kubrick any day. But, so what? I like that you like Tarantino so much. Isn't it interesting? I thought Inglorious Basterds was just horrible, unwatchable, and yet, you thought it was the cat's meow. That's just amazing to me. I didn't even like Pulp and thought Reservoir Dogs was a diluted rip-off of Kubrick's great film in the mid '50's The Killing. Great, great film. However, I will admit that I thought Django was pretty good; funny; I laughed from the beginning on, so there's that. I also read the script for Hateful Eight and liked it too; thought it pretty funny also and just could not believe some of the stuff Tarantino put in it; like the talk of Jackson's character having a big dick and asking someone to suck it...something like that. Pretty outrageous and I was laughing out loud reading it. So, I liked it and look forward to the film. He's put together a pretty good cast and I do really like Westerns. So, not all is lost when I can readily admit that I liked a Tarantino film and am looking forward to his newest. Never thought I'd see the day, but what the hell...gotta stay open and honest...righto?

Bo on Apr 16, 2015


His only masterpiece so far is Kill Bill Vol 1 & 2. Hateful 8 sounds promising x it's required to see a Tarentino film.

III on Apr 16, 2015


I'm one of the aholes that read the script -- it's not like Django Unchained.

Terry Craig on Apr 17, 2015


Django was garbage, I sense this will be too

Lagoya on Apr 16, 2015


You're just about the third person on this planet who feels that way.

The Amazing Randi on Apr 16, 2015


Boy, this was pretty poor timing. This would have been the most anticipated trailer of the week if the Star Wars one didn't hit an hour later and render Hateful 8 irrelevant.

jay on Apr 16, 2015


LOL at this statement so hard. Pack it in QT your teaser was released on the wrong day, might as well burn every print of the film.

Nicolas Steven Peterson on Apr 16, 2015


They showed too much.

Rock n Rollllll on Apr 16, 2015


I wonder how many classic films he blatantly stole from this time.

Trey Wilson on Apr 16, 2015


Walton Goggins was born for this role!

DAVIDPD on Apr 16, 2015


People think this is playing off Django's success, I say I can't wait for Quentin to bring back the Western Genre. I'm about done with the superhero B.S.

The Amazing Randi on Apr 16, 2015


You can all say what you want. Walton Goggins is back in westerns! Will be seeing this in theaters.

Bellomy on Apr 16, 2015


I love the Sin City series. Quentin's a genius.

Rosanne on Apr 19, 2015


Umm, I don't see a 'Hateful Eight', just the opening scene from Pulp Fiction

Indiana Bones on Apr 21, 2015

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