There’s no questioning that Quentin Tarantino‘s Django Unchained will be a bloody affair, but today we’ve got a major preview on just how much violence this slavery revenge tale will include. For those who want to go in fresh, it’s best to turn away now, as a batch of new images and behind-the-scenes stills have been unearthed. Ranging from Leonardo DiCaprio overseeing a graphic mandingo fight to dogs ripping off limbs to heads exploding, this one certainly deserves the R rating its been handed.
But before that, we’ve also got a brand new entertaining clip of DiCaprio as slave master Calvin Candie during an early meeting between Jamie Foxx‘s Django and Christoph Waltz‘s Dr. King Schultz. We also provided you with two clips yesterday, but now extended versions have both have revealed, featuring Broomhilda (aka Kerry Washington) and a confrontation with an evil Samuel L. Jackson, along with another exchange between Foxx and Waltz. Check everything out below (images via FilmTV), along with QT’s recent 45-minute interview on Opie & Anthony’s show. And if you missed our review, read that here.
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