First Official Look At Django Unchained

Information on Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained has been scarce, but finally two official stills have been released for the film.  Jamie Foxx has also been talking about the movie and whether or not he thinks the film will be controversial, and he had this to say: "Oh, hell yeah. You kidding me? There's a beautiful way [Quentin Tarantino] found for the characters to talk to each other. It's mindblowing. You've never heard it this way. You've seen movies deal with slavery - or westerns that never dealt with slavery - do it the safe way. This way is like ... wow. Christoph's character is a little aloof to what slavery actually is. He's not familiar with everything, and when he sees atrocities, it's Greek to him. But Django lets him know this is the way the world is and we got to get used to it. He teaches Django certain things he needs to become a whole man, and [Django] also teaches Christoph that when life deals you these cards, here's what you've got to do. All Django wants to do is get his wife. He's not trying to cure or solve slavery. He just wants to get his life back."   
     Django Unchained opens on Christmas Day.