Django Unchained - Quentin Tarantino (2012) Christoph valse et Foxx trotte (1er avis P.50)
Posté 04 mai 2011 - 16:37
Merde. On est re-re-re-reparti pour 15 pages d'idées de casting.
10 balles que ce sera Will Smith ou Denzel Washington.
Posté 04 mai 2011 - 19:39
Posté 04 mai 2011 - 20:08
J'espère qu'on aura la liste de Goku.
Posté 04 mai 2011 - 20:41
Posté 06 mai 2011 - 08:08
Ha parce qu'il a un jeu ?
Posté 07 mai 2011 - 05:13
UPDATE: Variety is now reporting the same story, but has also added in another detail. According to the report, both Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio were offered parts, but both decided to turn them down. This is the second time that DiCaprio has declined a role in a Tarantino film, having previously been courted for the role of Hans Landa in Inglorious Basterds (which ended up winning Christoph Waltz an Oscar). To that part of the news, all I have to say is this: why doesn't DiCaprio want to work with Tarantino?
Quentin Tarantino has never been one to populate his cast with superstars. With the notable exception being Brad Pitt in Ingloruious Basterds, he has instead preferred to dig deep and find those that are both right for the part and could use a career boost. This tactic has worked quite well for him over the years, having made stars or reinvigorated the careers of John Travolta, Robert Forrester, David Carradine and Christoph Waltz. As a result, some Tarantino fans might not know how to think about Will Smith being the frontrunner for the lead in Django Unchained.
According to THR, the box office champion is the top name being considered to play the title role in the film, which is about an escaped slave that teams up with a German bounty hunter in order to find his wife and kill his former owner. As previously mentioned, Waltz is being considered - though hasn't committed - to play said bounty hunter, while Samuel L. Jackson, who has had roles in four of Tarantino's films, is in contention to play a house slave that squares off against Django. The director has begun taking meetings with studios for international distribution, while the film will be handled by the Weinstein Company domestically.
While Smith is almost always a hit at the box office, in someways a project with Tarantino could really help him out. The actor hasn't appeared on screen since 2008's Seven Pounds and fans haven't been exceptionally pleased with his nepotistic mission to turn his children into superstars like himself. I've personally never been one to doubt Tarantino's instincts - they haven't let him down yet - so I'm going to trust that he knows exactly what he's doing.
Posté 07 mai 2011 - 09:04
C'est vrai qu'on le voit pas trop en ce moment (sans doute trop occuper à assurer la carriere de ses enfants) et qu'il pourrait faire quelque chose de pas mal.
On sait qu'il peut faire de belles performances si il est bien dirigé (mais qu'il peut aussi cabotiner comme personne si on le laisse faire). Et puis, il est dans la bonne tranche d'age pour jouer le role.
Assez vieux (le p'tit will aborde la quarantaine maintenant) pour etre credible dans le role d'un esclave affranchis (qui a donc pas mal morflé) mais assez jeune pour avoir Waltz comme mentor (10ans d'ecart) et offrir quelques moments de bravoure sans que ça parraisse deplacé.
Et puis, ce sera pas le premier scientoloque (même si il dement) qui bosse avec QT.
Maintenant, peut etre que quelqu'un de moins bankable (y a deja Waltz en tete d'affiche) serait pas mal aussi. Un acteur dans les mêmes ages, voir un poil plus jeune, qui aurait le potenciel de crever l'ecran aussi bien.
Posté 07 mai 2011 - 09:37
Non mais LOL quoi...