Full official trailer for Tarantino’s Django Unchained online

Django Unchained trailer screenshotThings yesterday got pretty exciting when ET’s preview for tonight’s airing came out, the first moving pictures from Quentin Tarantino‘s upcoming ‘magnum opus’ (that’s latin, google it you Basterds) Django Unchained. And now ladies and gents, prepare once again to have your socks blown off by the grandmaster Q, because this new official full trailer (not even a mere taser) at over 2 minutes runtime, surely manages to please.

It was intended to make its web debut on fandango.com (and it still does, officially) and its TV debut on Entertainment Tonight, but this is not the 90s anymore, so of course it was available earlier  and leaked all over the place (Joblo posted some news for example). So Django was off the chain a bit too early, and in low resolution. Along with the trailer below we will post a series of hi-res screenshots from it asap on our Django Unchained pictures gallery.

But here now, officially and in full HD glory, the official movie trailer for DJANGO UNCHAINED:

To learn more about Django Unchained, visit our Django Unchained database page in The Archives, with all the movie references, plot information, cast and credits, character profiles and  pictures. Also make sure you follow us on Facebook, Twitter etc, to stay tuned and connect with fans worldwide. If you really dig in, check out the Django Unchained primer at Furious Cinema, and dive into some spaghetti western goodness over at our sister site The Spaghetti Western Database – which is Quentin’s favorite website.

If you’re hungry for some Franco Nero, get 1966’s groundbreaking DJANGO on BluRay now (click here for Amazon.com sale offer).

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Sebastian is the founder and owner of the Tarantino Archives and has been a fan and observer of QT for over two decades now, cherishing his work and the window in the the wider world of cinema his movies have opened up. Inspired as such, he runs the Spaghetti Western Database (SWDb), the Grindhouse Cinema Database (GCDb), Furious Cinema, its German sister Nischenkino and The Robert Rodriguez Archives. He lives in Berlin.

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8 Responses

  1. Fishgoat23 says:

    Anyone else noticed Franco Nero at the end there with Foxx.  Awesome.

  2. Oh My Fucking Master Quentin Tarantino *-*

  3. Roulette says:

    DAMN!!! In a good way!

  4. Wizardman says:

    That’s OPUS MAGNUM not magnum opus. Learn latin, basterd ;)

  5. Grindfilm says:


    GrindFilm / Jack Coen

  6. Roulette says:

    I can’t get the image of the blood on the cotton out of my head. It was simply ‘poetic’. Considering who’s blood it was.. Kudos QT.