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New trailer for Django Unchained

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The arrival of a new Quentin Tarantino film is always something to get absurdly, giddily excited about and given this new look at his latest, levels of anticipation might be reaching a rather uncontrollable level.

Django Unchained (the D is silent) stars Jamie Foxx as a slave determined to get his wife back from evil plantation owner Leonardo DiCaprio. Add in Christophe Waltz as a brutal bounty hunter and cameos from Samuel L Jackson and Jonah Hill and to quote Hans Landa: "That's a bingo!"

Adding more quotable lines, flashes of violence and DiCaprio evilness to the previous teaser, it's looking like another fine addition to the Tarantino canon.

What do you think?

Django Unchained hits cinemas on January 18th

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