Django Unchained: Christoph Waltz Says Revenge of No Interest

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Christoph Waltz had no problem heading back into the mad world of the mind that gave him the opportunity to win an Academy Award for playing a sadistic Nazi in Inglourious Basterds. With Django Unchained, the German actor gets to portray a good guy for the first time in a few years for American audiences. The first difference between the two Quentin Tarantino shoots, Waltz felt, was the landscape. Their last film was shot in Europe, while Tarantino's latest was filmed across the U.S.

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