If there was doubt regarding Quentin Tarantino‘s latest, we chimed in with our take yesterday, letting you know that Django Unchained makes for an ideal Christmas Day present this holiday season. But if you’re still hesitant, we’ve got some new media from the “southern.” First up, we’ve seen brief peeks at star Jamie Foxx “getting dirty,” but now a clip has landed from The Today Show, which shows his exchange with Christoph Waltz.
Following that, Django’s love interest Broomhilda (aka Kerry Washington) stopped by the Tonight Show with Jay Leno to talk about her experience shooting and while there, a new clip debuted featuring the actress with an evil Samuel L. Jackson, capturing an intense back-and-forth while at Leonardo DiCaprio‘s plantation. We’ve also got one more new single from the impressive score, which features Anthony Hamilton and Elayna Boynton singing the track Freedom. Check it all out below (with the Leno clip popping up around 2:35), as well as two new TV spots.
Django Unchained opens on Christmas Day.
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