Three Exclusive Images From Rampart And A Suggestion Of Tarantino “Chip Soiling”

None of Bleeding Cool’s core team has yet seen Owen Moverman’s Rampart, but I dare say one or two of us will catch it over the weekend as it opens across the UK today.

So, for us as much as you, here are three images that we were sent just this morning.

Exclusives, we’re told. That doesn’t matter, really, but at least they’re quite intriguing. Lots of Woody Harrelson doing his “late career scary-mad face.”

Rampart has been well reviewed, racking up 74% on Rotten Tomatoes, though Quentin Tarantino listed it amongst his “worst films” of 2011, alongside the similarly well-received Meek’s Cutoff.

Of course, this only makes us more curious.

Here’s the trailer.

Call the cops. I think some kind of criminal must have been pissing on Tarantino’s chips.


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Billionaire George Lucas, filmmaker and founder of Lucasfilm Ltd., speaks during the opening ceremony of the company's Sandcrawler building, home to Lucasfilm's Singapore unit, in Singapore, on Thursday, Jan. 16, 2014. Lucasfilm Singapore, which is working on movies including Transformers 4 and Avengers 2, is expanding as it increases its workforce in the city-state, the only location outside the U.S. where the San Francisco-based company has a regional headquarters, it said. Photographer: Nicky Loh/Bloomberg via Getty Images

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