The plot goes from broad comedy to outright horror. An insider said: “The Nazis really get their comeuppance. It’s a big change from all the downbeat Holocaust films over the holidays,” referring to “The Reader,” “Valkyrie,” “Defiance,” “Good,” “Adam Resurrected” and “The Boy in the Striped Pajamas.”
Empire Magazine has a scene-by-scene Q&A with Tarantino over the trailer for Inglourious Basterds.
Here’s a link to a high quality Inglourious Basterds trailer.
I want my scalps!
Hitler + Cape = Best WWII Movie Ever.
The trailer comes Thursday, but ET played a little teaser that FirstShowing.net managed to catch. (thanks Spider)
Looks like our first look at the Inglourious Basterds trailer might come this Thursday on Entertainment Tonight.
What it might look like if Quentin Tarantino started making ads for PETA.
The German Federal Film Fund has given Inglourious Basterds $8.7m as part of its efforts to boost the movie industry in Germany. Its interesting that a federal government would pony up this type of cash to give to a money-making enterprise.