'Django Unchained' & 'Les Miserables' Final Trailers Before Christmas

December 21, 2012

Les Miserables / Django Unchained

Christmas is just three days away, and coming with the holiday will be the theatrical releases of the musical Les Miserables and Quentin Tarantino's western Django Unchained. Both will likely be in serious contention for Best Picture, but first we'll have to see if they get nominated on January 10th. The Academy has been proven to love musicals and Quentin Tarantino, so they both have a good chance (plus Samuel L. Jackson and Anne Hathaway just fought over whose movie was actually more sad). Now the final trailers for each film, wrangling the last few audience members who aren't convinced to see them, have arrived. Watch!

Here's the final trailer for Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained from Yahoo:

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 Jonah Hill, Amber Tamblyn, Dennis Christopher, Walton Goggins, M.C. Gainey, Don Johnson, Anthony LaPaglia, Zoe Bell, James Russo, James Remar, Todd Allen and Franco Nero. The Weinstein Company has the film scheduled for wide release starting on December 25th, Christmas Day, the end of this year. Can you dig?

And here is the final trailer for Tom Hooper's Les Miserables from Apple:

Tom Hooper (The King's Speech) is directing Les Miserables, an adaptation of the successful stage musical based on Victor Hugo's classic novel set in 19th-century France, in which a paroled prisoner named Jean Valjean (Hugh Jackman) seeks his redemption. Alain Boublil adapted his own work with Claude-Michel Schonberg, who also wrote the stage musical, Herbert Kretzmer and William Nicholson. The film also stars Russell Crowe, Anne Hathaway, Amanda Seyfried, Helena Bonham Carter, Sacha Baron Cohen and Eddie Redmayne and will hit theaters everywhere on December 25th, Christmas Day. Bring your whole family!

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Djaaaaangoooo !!!!!!!!!!

tery on Dec 22, 2012


Fuck Christmas.... It's all about Django Unchained come December 25th.

Ben on Dec 22, 2012


I'd like to shoot you in the face. Just like an awesome tarantino movie.

robthom on Dec 25, 2012


I'm ready for DJANGO!

DAVIDPD on Dec 24, 2012


He's ready for django before being ready for english. But then the message of django doesn't require intelligence does it. That would only get in the way.

robthom on Dec 24, 2012


What on earth are you talking about?

blargh on Dec 24, 2012


He corrected it. It was gibberish immigrant english at first.

robthom on Dec 25, 2012


LOL. Ethnocentric donkey.

DAVIDPD on Dec 31, 2012


Bring your kids to django on christmas day murika! Besides it being a lib hollywood blasphemy towards the spirit of a Christian holiday, Somebody has to teach your kids to be hateful, violent and use guns irresponsibly for murder. And thats hollywoods gift to your children.

robthom on Dec 24, 2012


Yes, because absolutely everything that happens on Christmas has to be about the holiday! Whether you have different beliefs or not, YOU BETTER ENJOY CHRISTMAS! You haven't even seen the movie yet, so calm down.

Ethan Anderton on Dec 24, 2012


"Whether you have different beliefs or not, ..." Exactly. Even though I dont celebrate Hannukah or Kwanza, I wouldn't go out of my way to disrespect those days either. This is being very intentionally released on Christmas day. "...YOU BETTER ENJOY CHRISTMAS!" You dont have to if you dont want to, but if you want to be hateful and grotesque you should keep it to yourself and people like you. At least for day. Not intentionally timing and broadcasting your gross disposition on a national level just to be disrespectful. "You haven't even seen the movie yet, so calm down." Are you implying that this is appropriate family holiday fare and I'm unfairly mis-characterizing it?

robthom on Dec 25, 2012


Why, why bother watching if you hate on Tarentino so much? It'll be an 18, it isn't aimed at kids and Christmas is a pagan festival anyway...

blargh on Dec 24, 2012


"...and Christmas is a pagan festival anyway..." I'm sure it is in your home, I have no plans on watching it, its aimed at the kind of irresponsible violence and hatred junkies who would have no concern about taking their kids to see it. Thats like saying that crack isn't aimed at kids, but the parents who smoke crack are going to expose them to it anyway.

robthom on Dec 25, 2012


I guess it will be masterpiece

Viewster on Dec 24, 2012

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