Have A Laugh Or Two With The New 'Django Unchained' Trailer

The South seems a lot wackier than history class indicated. Django Unchained is back with a new trailer and it really is the most lighthearted look at the murder of white oppressors this holiday season has to offer. As you can see from this preview, Christoph Waltz, Jamie Foxx, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Jonah Hill are around to crack more than just whips. Easily Foxx's funniest film since Bait.

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It's like 'Shanghai Noon' minus the karate. In a minute long spot for this holiday season's bloodiest buddy comedy romp, we get a better look at the madcap adventures of Jamie Foxx's Django and Christoph Waltz's bounty hunter Dr. King Schultz. That's some pretty wacky gangland-style killing. We haven't seen an Old West duo so mismatched since Shanghai Noon. We also get a look at Samuel L. Jackson outfitted to resemble Latter Years Louis Armstrong. Sadly, he doesn't even attempt to do the voice.


Leonardo DiCaprio Channels Batman In 'J. Edgar' Trailer

Looks good. Can't wait until Taylor Lautner stars in a Dick Cheney biopic. I'd never known that J. Edgar Hoover and Batman were so similar until I watched this trailer for J. Edgar. Both committed themselves to ridding society of gangsters and evil-doers. Both took the fight in both hands when the downtrodden weren't strong enough to rise. And both enjoyed to play dress up. Leonardo DiCaprio and a balding cap star as the FBI director in a story that spans several decades. The 987th film from celebrated director Clint Eastwood, J. Edgar will hit theaters just in time for awards season by opening wide on November 11th. Though it's likely to face some strong competition from Darren Lynn Bousman's 11-11-11.


Cristoph Waltz, Tim Burton, And Amy Adams All Got Together To Get Us The 'Big Eyes' Trailer

It's regular people. TIM BURTON IS USING REGULAR PEOPLE! Did you ever think you'd see the day that Tim Burton released an original film about PEOPLE that didn't feature his wife or Johnny Depp? I know. It seems crazy to me, too, but this trailer for Big Eyes is proof. The film is based in reality, following Margaret Keane and her husband Walter (Adams and Waltz) as they hawked their large-eyed paintings of children to just about everyone who would buy them. And in doing so, started an adorable little San Francisco movement. The film seems pretty sweet, and is a welcome departure for Burton, who needs to come around to the fact that not every cinematic issue can be solved with pancake makeup.