New Between Two Ferns: Oscar Buzz Edition Part 1 | Funnyordie
The “Django Unchained” actor would play an Interpol inspector in the Europe-set sequel to the 2011 hit.
The film is said to be a caper featuring Walter, but not Jason Segel’s character. If Brett Mackenzie returns to write the songs I’ll be so on board.
Character Poster: Christoph Waltz in ‘Django Unchained’ | Comic Book Movie
First Look: Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained | EW
First look: Christoph Waltz in Django Unchained, which is currently filming in Louisiana.
A quick reminder: the movie is about a former slave (Jamie Foxx) freed and assisted by a bounty hunter (Waltz) who helps him track down and free his wife from the clutches of an evil slave plantation owner (Leonardo DiCaprio). [ontd]
Trailer: Carnage - Dec 16
Directed by Roman Polanski. Based on the play by Yasmina Reza. Starring Kate Winslet, Christoph Waltz, Jodie Foster, and John C Reilly.
How do you make a one location, four actor, based-on-a-play movie trailer interesting? Above is a good example. Giving just enough to scratch the surface of what could be very good, we see time stamps and snips of dialogue but get the overall gist. Oscar bait could look far worse.
More Images: Carnage | Collider
Clearly they’re reading the Tumblr dashboard.
Yay: Quentin Tarantino’s forthcoming spaghetti western, believed to be a tribute to Sergio Leone, seems to actually be happening. The director has reportedly handed in the final draft of the script, called Django Unchained, to the Weinstein Company. (The title allegedly pays homage the Sergio Corbucci film Django, as well Takashi Miike’s Sukiyaki Western Django.) Tarantino’s agent has confirmed that Christoph Waltz will be in the film. According to IndieWire, Waltz’s character “joins up with former slave Django to save his wife from an evil plantation owner.” According to Deadline, Django will reunite Tarantino with Pulp Fiction producer Stacey Sher, and the movie will begin production as soon as this summer or fall. Also, what’s allegedly the script’s cover page has leaked, and its child-like scrawl is somehow promising. [ThompsonOnHollywood/IndieWire, Deadline]
Roman Polanski directs John C Reilly, Jodie Foster, Christoph Waltz, and Kate Winslet in the big screen adapt of the play God of Carnage.
Also it appears they’ve officially dropped the “God of” from the title, which is a total downgrade.