Our two most-anticipated films of the year, both of which come from The Weinstein Company, have received some new art. First up, while we already shared our take on Paul Thomas Anderson‘s The Master, the director is still doing more pop-up screenings of the drama. The latest was in San Francisco last night, where an exclusive poster also appeared, featuring one of the Rorschach tests Joaquin Phoenix goes through during the film.
Then we have a new look at Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained, thanks to the cover of the French magazine Premiere. This one features our lead Jamie Foxx as Django, alongside his partner Christoph Waltz as Dr. King Schultz, as well as villain Leonardo DiCaprio as Calvin Candie. With the film undergoing editing, hopefully we’ll see more soon, as I hear a brand-new trailer is rumored for October. Check both pieces out below thanks to @Power_Lloyd via Cigs and Red Vines and CBM.
The Master arrives on September 14th, while Django Unchained slides into theaters on Christmas Day.
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