JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Director Quentin Tarantino has wrapped up filming for his new movie in Wyoming, including a scene at the National Elk Refuge.

The "Django (Jango) Unchained" cast and crew were in the Jackson area last week and decided to add a scene at the refuge.

Refuge director Steve Kallin said they asked for permission to have the actors walking among the elk. That was denied but officials allowed them to shoot some footage with elk and bison in the background.

The movie is a remake of a spaghetti western about a slave who becomes a bounty hunter, with Jamie Foxx in the title role.

Other film locations included the Bar BC Ranch and Kelly Warm Springs in Grand Teton National Park.