Entertainment Tonight has debuted the teaser trailer of Quentin Tarantino's war movie 'Inglourious Basterds', previewing much of the action sequences as well as exposing Martin Wuttke's Adolf Hitler.
Teaser trailer for "Inglourious Basterds" has made its way out via Entertainment Tonight (ET). The one-minute sneak peek into the Quentin Tarantino's ensemble war film teases even more footage than the earlier released footage also from ET, giving out details and scenes of the action drama movie for The Weinstein Company.
Through the teaser, which bootleg version has been found, several cast members other than Brad Pitt have been exposed. While the video highlights on Lieutenant Aldo Raine introducing himself to a group of Jewish soldiers as he explains what he intents to do, glimpse of Samm Levine and B.J. Novak as PFC Hirschberg and PFC Utivich respectively is captured.
Other footage displays the scene where Eli Roth's Sgt. Donnie Donowitz swings a baseball bat to hit the head of a Nazi's soldier. The promotional video, in addition, gives out a brief look at Martin Wuttke's Adolf Hitler. In the meantime, the film's trailer is rumored to be attached to "Friday the 13th" this coming Friday, February 13.
Centering its story on a group of disgraced U.S. soldiers at the period of World War II, "Inglourious Basterds" will tell an intertwined story between the soldiers sent to blow up a Parisian theaters premiering a Nazi propaganda film and a French Jewish teenager whose family is brutally murdered by the Nazi.
The star-studded cast ensemble of "Basterds" include Brad Pitt, Mike Myers, Diane Kruger, Michael Fassbender, Julie Dreyfus, Paul Rust and Melanie Laurent. Directed, co-produced and penned by Tarantino, the World War II flick is slated for August 21 U.S. release.
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