Sneak Peek At ‘Inglourious Basterds’ Trailer!

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A couple of days ago we were promised the first trailer, and our first look, at Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming war film Inglourious Basterds on this coming Thursday. And I don’t know about you but I’m bursting with excitement for this one, and the notion of a trailer in just a couple of days has my mouth watering already.

Well thanks to Entertainment Tonight! (where the first trailer is going to premiere) we have a sneak peek at it via a promo for the show. It’s not a whole lot but enough to wet our appetite until the fuller trailer comes on Thursday.

Check it out below:


As expected the film looks like it’s chock full of hip dialogue, stand-out characters and a general “cool as ice” feel we have come to know and love from Mr Tarantino. Brad Pitt looks bad-ass in what I expect is the lead role; although he only had a small role in the Tarantino-written True Romance (as a stoner if you remember), Pitt has proven he works well with Tarantino’s dialogue.

We don’t get to see many others of the cast in great detail in this promo but what we can see I think I can safely say the film looks like at the very least entertaining. And since he hasn’t let me down yet I can’t see this not slotting firmly into Tarantino’s much loved body of work.

We’ll be able to judge the look of the film when the fuller trailer (not sure if it’s going to be a full trailer or just a teaser) gets released but as it is what do you think of this sneak preview?

Inglourious Basterds is set to premier at the Cannes Film Festival in May and has a theatrical release set for August 21st this year.

Source: /Film

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  1. Tarantino is a has-been.

    Kill Bill 1 was alright … from that on … everything he touched seriously sucked.

    Apart from that, he’s the most arrogant a$$ I know.

    Will I see the movie?


    But I won’t have my pink glasses on.

  2. As much flare and over-exposure this picture will get, we all know that The Expendables will OWN this film!

    To take a line from Sam Jackson:
    ‘And that’s the truth, ruth!’

  3. Hmmm, I already kind if envisioned Brad Pit a little more hardcore, And I want my scalps (extremem closeup) I didnt like that.

  4. First thing I thought was said by SK47, Expendables is going to go to town on this movie.

    For a guy that has done a couple of good movies and a lot more crap ones, he gets a lot of attention. He’s a one-hit wonder director who’s one-hit wasn’t really that good.

    Well, Kill Bill was alright.


  5. Wow, a lot of hositility towards Tarantino. He’s my favourite filmmaker after David Lynch – every one of his movies are awesome….yes including Death Proof.

    Pulp Fiction (my favourite movie), Reservoir Dogs, Jackie Brown, Kill Bill 1 & 2, Death Proof and pretty much everything he’s written and/or directed are plain awesome.

  6. Death Proof was one of the most horrible movie-going experiences of my entire life.


  7. Not mine. I liked both Grindhouse flicks. Of course I went expecting a tongue-in-cheek load of crap. I especially loved the cheap re-inserted title bit. I went expecting to laugh at the film for its absurdity and was essentially sold on the whole as an experience in emulating some seriously bad old “cinema”.

  8. @Tim

    I enjoyed “Planet Terror” on the level you describe, but “Death Proof” was an excruciating bore to sit through.


  9. The problem I found with death proof was that it was Tarantino on overkill in terms of dialogue. Spend close to half-an-hour having four chicks talk about weed, then four more chicks talk about something else that took more time than the plot. I am all for dialogue but when it leads to nothing, nah, at least there was a cap with Pulp Fiction. It did not take forever but was short and memorable. Imagine if the France/America differences took 20 minutes to explain?
    Personally, I view Jackie Brown as Tarantino’s best movie.

  10. A war movie might just be right up Tarantino’s alley. I’ll give this a chance.


  11. Expendables is the one for me too. I’d rather watch the Dirty Dozen or Kelly’s Heroes too.

    Scalping German soldiers wearing strapped on helmets just seems a bit daft.

    Personally I really liked Jackie Brown. Kill Bill should have been one movie.

  12. I wont watch it for Brad Pitt, he’s awesome but I’m going to watch it for Tarantino. I loved both Kill Bills, (kill me but I’ve never seen Jackie Brown) and Death Proof did have a lot of dialogue, but I still liked it. Tarantino is just one of those guys that there is no other, most people have a twin somewhere in this world but I dont think tarantino is one of them. He’s awesome, i’m sure this movie will be too.

  13. Vic Vic Vic…….

    I have to tell you man…… you took the words right out of my mouth about Grindhouse… I FIGURED I would like Tarantino’s section better and it was the EXACT opposite. Planet Terror was SO much fun and Deathproof was mindnumbingly boooooring. SO much so that as characters ripped off their dialogue, I wondered why I loved Tarantino previously. Russell was the only saving grace of the segment.

    please note – I LOVE (love) Reservoir Dogs. Pulp Fiction. and Jackie Brown.

    I just don’t believe he has done anything with that kind of weight since then. And seriously don’t think he will.

    After he parted ways with his writing partner Roger Avary, I think his offerings have been ‘thin’…..