Now that the first trailer for Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" is out (see below), we'll get you up-to-date on the facts. Some have dubbed the film Tarantino's "Southern" -- a play on the fact the film's title borrows from 1966 Italian spaghetti Western "Django," includes Western film elements, but is set in the South. In the revenge-themed "Unchained," Jamie Foxx plays Django --a freed slave who becomes a bounty hunter and faces off with an evil plantation owner (Leonardo DiCaprio), all the while seeking the whereabouts of his slave wife Broomhilda (Kerry Washington). MORE Sometimes I wonder, when these stars turn down a role and that role turns out to be that of a lifetime, do they ever regret it? For example, the Halle role on the movie Monster's Ball, was originally offered to Angela Bassett and Venessa Williams (the desperate housewife Williams), and now Will Smith with Django. I wonder if they ever slap themselves for turning down the role, no matter what reason. I've not seen Django, but I smell another Oscar for Jamie here. I think Will did not want to play a slave and he turned it down, but the role seems like a powerful one. Anyway, I think Jamie is a much better actor anyday anyhow, so the casting was perfect as far as I'm concerned.