‘Django Unchained’ International Trailer Shows Leo DiCaprio as an Eyeliner-Wearing Maniac (VIDEO)

Django Unchained Leonardo DiCaprioThe new international trailer has been released for Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained -- and like most Tarantino movies, you're probably either going to love or hate this one. Still, it looks pretty badass, and the combo of Leonardo DiCaprio, Christoph Waltz, and Jamie Foxx could potentially rake in the audiences.

Set to release on December 25, 2012, Jamie Foxx plays a slave who, two years before the Civil War, meets up with a German-born bounty hunter, Dr. King Schultz (Christoph, obviously). They go off killing a bunch of people Tarantino-style, with Schultz tracking down criminals throughout the South and Django on the hunt for his wife, Broomhilda, who he lost to the slave trade.

DiCaprio is practically begging for an Oscar with this one. Just check out that guy-liner! He plays Calvin Candie, who runs "Candyland," a plantation where slaves are groomed to battle each other. He's mischievous, sexy, evil, funny ... his performance alone could be worth the price of the ticket.


Here's the international trailer for Django Unchained:

So a whole bunch of trailers have been released in anticipation of this movie, but this one gives you the most insight about what the movie is going to look like -- and gives you a lot of snarky, Southern Leo (no Jonah Hill, though). Also, if you're a Metallica fan, you probably recognized the remix of "The Ecstasy of Gold," the song from the final act of The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly, playing throughout the trailer; the song later became the well-known entrance music for Metallica.

Can't imagine a more appropriate outing for Christmas Day, can you? I'm sure Grandma will love to see this one. But either way, the starpower alone looks like the movie will be worth checking out. It's violent, it's witty, it's weird, it's Tarantino ... what more could you ask for?

Do you have any interest in seeing Django Unchained? Are you a Tarantino fan?


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