Actual frames of film from the 6th Quentin Tarantino movie (if you count KILL BILL as one epic saga) have hit the web, giving us our first official look at INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS ,only half a year away now from likely to be playing in a theatre near you.

They come courtesy of, though I have to give a shout out to Seb at Quentin Tarantino Archives for letting me know via e-mail…


Above is a very different looking Brad Pitt from a previously leaked photo from the set, showing him as a more distinguished and decidedly older looking Lt. Aldo Raine recruiting his team of INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS. We get to see his scar for the first time and it doesn’t disappoint.

Below is a glimpse at one of my favourite scenes from the script I read, possibly the most tensest part of the movie. A game of deception and identities. The image below shows Diane Kruger as film startlet Bridget Von Hammersmark, entertaining the German Nazi’s with a game of “who am I?”.

And in case you missed it, don’t forget to check out Seb’s excellent article Pop Culture Meets History: The story behind INGLORIOUS BASTERDS which was published on the site last week and is well worth your time!

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This article was first posted on December 12, 2008