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New Photos From 'This Is 40,' 'Django Unchained,' 'Les Miserables' & 'Taken 2'

by Simon Dang
August 25, 2012 3:49 PM
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A handful of new pics from upcoming films has landed in the pages of Entertainment Weekly over the past few weeks. We've rounded up some of them here for your viewing pleasure. First up is "This Is 40," Judd Apatow's quasi-sequel to "Knocked Up," starring Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann alongside Apatow and Mann's real-life kids. Apatow has been veering more towards drama lately, and this looks like another step in that direction, with the pic centering on Mann's Debbie as she turns 40 and finds renewed energy to raise her kids right, fix the problems in her relationship and remain fit and attractive. The trailer was very promising, and the December 21st release is surely a sign of studio confidence.

Also due out this Christmas is the return of Quentin Tarantino with "Django Unchained," the slavery Western he's been talking about for years. Here we have the two leads, Christoph Waltz as German bounty hunter King Schultz and Jamie Foxx as the titular Django, who form an unlikely team on the hunt for a pair of brothers and Django's wife. Standing in their way, though, is Francophile plantation owner Calvin Candie, which promises to be a fun, villainous turn from Leonardo DiCaprio. And one more treat for your eyeballs: the trio on the cover of the French edition of Premiere magazine (via ComicBookMovie).

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  • DG | August 26, 2012 10:59 PMReply

    The This Is Forty trailer totally stole the tag line from the Rachel Getting Married trailer. How do I know this? I got the DVD my friend

  • berk | August 25, 2012 5:01 PMReply

    wow, Premiere is still kicking.

  • Eoin Daly | August 25, 2012 3:56 PMReply

    That Russell Crowe photo to me looks like the moment before *SPOILER* he commits sucicide *SPOILER*.

  • Zack | August 25, 2012 10:32 PM

    I figured Liam Neeson was about to shoot him for making everyone forget about the version he was in. (Yeah, I know he wasn't Javert, but when the hell is there gonna be a picture of Geoffrey Rush holding a gun on someone?)

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