Acclaimed filmmaker Quentin Tarantino was none too thrilled when the script for his eighth film, The Hateful Eight, leaked onto the internet earlier this year. Nevertheless, the film is starting to come together in time for its scheduled release next year. We saw the film's first movie poster just last month, and now we're getting a taste of the film courtesy of a brief teaser trailer screened ahead of Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.
Unfortunately the trailer hasn't been officially posted online, but you can get a look via a cellphone-shot YouTube video. The teaser is graphical — it doesn't contain even a second of shot footage — but that's to be expected considering shooting has yet to begin. True to Tarantino's cinephile roots, the trailer implores everyone to see it in theaters that support beautiful, large format 70mm film, even though it's likely that few know what that means. The movie itself has already garnered quite a bit of buzz — we just hope they don't stick with the dated "H8TFUL EIGHT" styling.