We're only just a few weeks away from the Christmas premiere of Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained," but that doesn't mean we wouldn't appreciate another sneak peek at the long-awaited western flick.
Lucky for us, The Weinstein Company debuted the movie's final full-length theatrical trailer (via Yahoo! Movies)—packed with brisk gunshots and plenty of snappy dialogue, the short-but-sweet promo certainly doesn't skimp out on delivering Tarantino's dynamic mix of action and music.
Bullets and whips aside, if you're a Tarantino fan, you'll probably be just as delighted to know that we've also been given a preview of the movie's soundtrack. The list includes tracks by Rick Ross (whose "100 Black Coffins" plays in the aforementioned trailer), Ennio Morricone, James Brown and John Legend, as well as songs from the original 1966 version of "Django" and "Kill Bill."
Read the full listing and watch the final trailer after the jump!