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Django Unchained – Tarantino’s New Movie
We mentioned way back in March that Quentin Tarantino had plans to do a ‘spaghetti’ western, but translation problems made it impossible to know what the title was. According to SlashFilms, the mystery can finally be laid to rest because the title has finally been revealed. Tarantino’s new Western, which he refers to as a “Southern,” will be called Django Unchained.
The title became public info when someone calling himself (or herself) @AgentTrainee posted the following pic on Twitter.
The unknown source might have changed the Twitter profile to UnemployedAgentTrainee because the mystery person’s profile has disappeared into the mists of cyberspace. The validity of the info was questionable at first, but IndieWire’s Anne Thompson has verified that the title is accurate.
The name of the movie might finally be out in the open, but just about everything else remains a mystery, except for the facts that Christoph Waltz is officially part of the cast and the film pays homage to both the Sergio Corbucci original Django and Takashi Miike’s Sukiyaki Western Django. The star of the original Django, Franco Nero, has also said he’s attached to the movie, although there isn’t any official word on that at the moment.
According to WME, the plot revolves around a former slave teaming up with Waltz to save his wife from an evil plantation owner.
Yep, it’s a spaghetti Western that deals with slavery. Leave it to Tarantino to take a film into uncharted territory. It should be an interesting twist for the genre.