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Django Unchained Comic Book News

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Remember when Quentin Tarantino announced at Comic-Con that there will be a Django Unchained comic book miniseries accompanying the movie? Well, DC Comics has finally released more details about the Django Unchained comic book project. Here’s a quick summary of what we know about the comic so far:

  • R.M. Guéra will be handling the interior art for the entire series. Guéra is most known for his art in the comic book series Scalped.
  • Jim Lee will be drawing the cover of the first issue.
  • Issue #1 will be released on December 5th.
  • Issue #2 will be released on January 2nd.
  • There will be five issues total. The issues will be based on the original screenplay and will include scenes that did not make it into the final cut.

Source:  Ain’t It Cool News

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Django Unchained September News Round-Up

django unchained infographic

  • The above Django Unchained infographic comes courtesy of the official Django Unchained Facebook page. (Thanks Renato for pointing me to it!)
  • Also found on the Django Unchained Facebook Page: a picture of the custom saddle that was used on Django’s horse, Tony.

django unchained saddle

At the beginning, when we started shooting, they were whipping Kerry and I had to watch it. It affected me. At the time, we were playing music to the whole plantation. The music was a gospel song by Fred Hammond called No Weapons Formed Against Me Shall Prosper, and just to see everybody go to a place… There were people with tears in their eyes.

“Those moments, well, we can’t really tell here right now because we’re still shooting the movie. But I think those moments we put on the screen are going to jerk people. Their emotions are gonna be really running high.

  • Jamie also mentioned the whipping scene during an interview with Jimmy Kimmel:  “Kerry Washington, bravely says, ‘I want to take the lashings.’ We were actually in shack row at the time. Now it’s not a real bullwhip, but it’s still an impact.” Click here to see Jamie Foxx’s interview with Jimmy Kimmel.
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