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The Django Unchained International Trailer is Even Better than the American One.

If you haven’t seen the international Django Unchained trailer yet, then check it out. It contains footage not included in the US Django Unchained trailer that was released last week.

Personally, I think the international trailer was more polished, and felt that it incorporated more of Quentin Tarantino’s signature style. Which trailer do you like better?

(Many thanks to the readers who contacted me about the international trailer. Your support is greatly appreciated!)

6 Responses to The Django Unchained International Trailer is Even Better than the American One.

  1. Robert Hill says:

    Coco give me some sugar!

  2. Rufus says:

    1:24 Billy Crash and Ace Woody?

    • Django Unchained Blog says:

      That does look like Walton Goggins (Billy Crash) on the horse on the left. Nice catch!

      Ace Woody has been written out of the script entirely. No idea who the other fellows are.

  3. KAL says:

    AMAZING cant wait love it when Jamie fox is sat next to the original Djanjo from Sergio Cobucci

  4. Dino says:

    Welcome to Candyland, boys!

  5. Ordell says:

    alright, I wouldn’t go that far to call an int. trailer the better one, though it definitely might entertain somebody a bit more that the former teaser. In the first one I loved the way the suspense is built up and of course it just does make my bloody day when a trailer kicks off with some really cool tune, in this particular case with the gorgeous “Ain’t no grave”. In fact it’s the main reason why I do prefer a teaser instead of a main trailer – you get less dialogues, less verbal or rhetorical hints which direction the plot could be developted, and just plenty of music (and it should be good, as it is thanks God the case in all of the QT works so far) and food for sight!