Will Smith may be roped into Tarantino’s Django Unchained | Film | guardian.co.uk
The storyline to Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained was revealed recently when the screenplay leaked online. Now it appears that Will Smith is emerging as the frontrunner to play the lead role.
Django Unchained – the title pays tribute to the 1966 Sergio Corbucci film Django, and is a paean to spaghetti westerns – calls for an actor to play a black slave who escapes from his bonds and becomes a gunslinger. The setting is the deep south, rather than the old west, and the title character will be joined on his mission to free his still-enslaved wife by a German bounty hunter. Austrian actor and new Tarantino favourite, Christoph Waltz, is being lined up to play the latter part following his Oscar-winning turn as a SS colonel in Inglourious Basterds.
L’occasion de découvrir que Django est visible sur Youtube :
Bon, malheureusement, c’est une version doublée (à la hache) en anglais et sous-titré en (euh) suédois.
Bon sang, Sergio Corbucci, quand même. Et Franco Nero. Pfiou, la grande époque, quoi.