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Written by Ivan Radford   
Wednesday, 13 June 2012 11:35

The new Django Unchained international trailer has turned up over at Yahoo. And it's even sweeter than the last Django Unchained trailer for two reasons: 1. It tackles the issue of Jamie Foxx dressing like Will Ferrell out of Elf, and 2. It features Leonardo DiCaprio saying the immortal line: "Coco, give me some sugar."

Trust me. It's a lot more exciting when he says it.

To think there was a time when we had trouble picturing Leonardo DiCaprio in a Tarantino film. Not any more. Here's the video:

Django Unchained is out in UK cinemas on Friday 18th January. And remember: the 'D' is silent.