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Tarantino To Film Part Of Next Movie In Wyoming

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Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino plans to shoot part of his next movie in Wyoming.

A publicist for “Django Unchained” told the Jackson Hole Daily that a brief part of the movie requiring snow will be filmed in the Jackson area.

Jamie Foxx will star in the movie along with Leonardo DiCaprio and Samuel L. Jackson. It’s a remake of a spaghetti western about a slave who becomes a bounty hunter and sets out to rescue his wife from a plantation owner.

Most of the movie will be filmed in New Orleans starting next month. Details about the filming in Wyoming haven’t been released.

 

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