First Official Teaser Poster for Tarantino's 'Django Unchained' Arrives

April 11, 2012
Source: JoBlo

Django Unchained

Próximamente! The internet is abuzz with a glimpse at what is supposedly the first official poster for Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained, which has been filming in Louisiana for the last few months. The poster is a very minimalistic teaser, entirely in Spanish, featuring some cool artwork, but not much else. My speculation comes from the Tumblr gallery of Django Unchained fan art posters, which look quite similar to this. But it is a fantastic poster, and if it is real all the better, let's finally start the buzz for this movie. But then again this is from Spain, so I'm not sure it reflects any US marketing just yet. See it below!

Update: Turns out it definitely IS real, and The Weinstein Co. has released an English version on Yahoo.

Django Unchained Poster

Thanks to the Tarantino Archives, found via JoBlo originally. This is definitely the official Spanish version.

Django Unchained Poster

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 L. Jackson, Sacha Baron Cohen, Dennis Christopher, Kurt Russell, M.C. Gainey, Don Johnson, Anthony LaPaglia, RZA, James Remar, James Russo and Todd Allen. Filming is now underway and The Weinstein Company currently has this scheduled for release on December 25th, Christmas Day, the end of this year.

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off the chains!..... but no really, i don't think it's that good

bat0u on Apr 11, 2012


I like it!!

Moutchy on Apr 11, 2012


fake. calling it right now. 

Al on Apr 11, 2012


J. Figueroa on Apr 11, 2012


well, I'll be.

Al on Apr 12, 2012


Can't wait to see more from this one. 

Elbak on Apr 11, 2012


This means nothing to me.

Blurb on Apr 11, 2012


This means everything to me.

Nick M. on Apr 11, 2012


I don't give a damn if this is real or not, I am foaming at the mouth for this film!

grimjob on Apr 11, 2012


Spot on.

Isildur_of_Numenor on Apr 12, 2012


I read the was alright but i'm sure it'll be better on the screen. It just seemed to me that Cristoph Waltz is playing the exact same character type from Inglorious Bastards.

C.Murder on Apr 11, 2012


 I love that character type and what Waltz did with it....this, for me, is not a bad thing.

Voice of Reason on Apr 12, 2012


"... evil plantation owner (Leonardo DiCaprio)" FINALLY, Leo in a different role!

Mithun Divakaran on Apr 11, 2012


Tarantino is traitor! He does kill bill black and white in best sequnces for money! He claim that he is make art and then he ruin his masterpiece! And then say black and white is greater art picture! He because of mpaa ruin the tiptop sequence of kill bill for money! He even doesnt change that sequence with color sequnce in bluray version!why! I think he has sadomasochism like poor David caradine in first sequence of kill bill vol1 I hate this guy but love pulp fiction and inglorious bastards And I think he make django masterpiece! Hey you Tarantino take back my bloody bright colorful fight scene!

Ehsan Davodi on Apr 12, 2012


haha, what.

Al on Apr 12, 2012


God, not you again. You never make any sense. What I am able to decipher in your rants are competely unfounded points that you somehow think are truths. If you have such problems with talented filmmakers and think you know what they should have done, then do it yourself. Or just go away.

grimjob on Apr 12, 2012


Doesn't seem like a poster for a Western. I don't like that generic chain. Like at all.

Davide Coppola on Apr 12, 2012


If you think everyone must accept your talented director your mind has fault, If I m wrong you can tell for what and if you hasnt any idea you must take silence mr.grimjob I love movies and directors,they are hardworking people but I doesn't tolerate treachery! You know in Japan everyone sea kill bill in colorful version because tarantino say I dedicated this film to them! This is not racism?! We are not movegoers too? Yes if this is not treachery then is what? You tell me: don't like see this movie in colorful version or not? Answer is simple,kill bill is masterpiece but with that black and white sequence is like we see Mona Lisa painting in darkness!

Ehsan Davodi on Apr 12, 2012


You don't make any sense man. Treachery? Racism? How do you come up with this shit?

grimjob on Apr 13, 2012

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