Update: Poster for Django Unchained is red and spanishy


Update: We just got the English version in. Check it out below in pretty high-res.

When it comes to reporting on news regarding Tarantino’s Django Unchained, it’s always been a matter of odd casting choices, who has pulled out of the movie and how swag Christoph Waltz looks on set. Today, we finally have something concrete and it comes in the form of an international promotional poster for the upcoming film. Check it out in the gallery below and guffaw over it’s sleek minimalist presentation and kiss your fingers right before letting a resounding “bellisima” escape from your mouth.

You may say “But Andres, I don’t speak taco talk, how the hell will I ever know what it says!?”. First off, “taco talk”? You sure are racist, reader. Second of all, as a man who speaks spanish (or a “taco talker” to that racist reader), I can inform you that the simply says “The new film from Quentin Tarantino” followed by the cryptic “Coming Soon”. It’s safe to assume off this poster alone that the international title for Django Unchained will actually be “The New Film By Quentin Tarantino” translated into different languages. It’s an odd choice, yes, but Sony International knows what sells and is also cautious that the argument of whether it’s pronounced “Jango” or “De-jango” could cause civil war and mean the possible disbandment of The UN.

[via /Film]