Two New Pics From ‘Inglourious Basterds’

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In late October, I wrote about the first officially released image from the upcoming Tarantino film, Inglourious Basterds. The picture featured the lead star, Brad Pitt, in character as Lt. Aldo Raine.

Last week, two more images were released, depicting a pair of scenes from the film itself. The first of the two shows Pitt’s character sporting a goofy look and a neck scar while inspecting what looks to be a line of recruits. The second seems like a bunch of German soldiers having a good time.

I expect the film to be loaded with characterization and lengthy dialogue intertwined with humor as that’s Quentin’s specialty.

Take a look for yourselves and see what you think:

inglourious 1 Two New Pics From Inglourious Basterds

inglourious 2 Two New Pics From Inglourious Basterds

Inglourious Basterds (intentionally misspelled) is a Quentin Tarantino project set during World War II in Nazi-occupied France about a group of Jewish-American soldiers (the “Basterds”) selected to terrorize Nazis throughout the Third Reich.

This sounds like a pretty awesome premise for Tarentino to play with. I’m a big fan of his work and I’m super excited to this film.

What do you think?

Inglourious Basterds is due out in June, 2009.

Source: (via Coming Soon)

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