Second Trailer for Takashi Miike's 'Sukiyaki Western Django'.
Few things you'll notice. The first isn't so important - the site has been updated recently, so it looks a little nicer - the option for trailers is the third one down. Many will recognise the text for 'trailer' by now. When you get there via the link below, click the text in the window that pops up, the one that has the familiar 2 next to it.
More importantly, you get your first taste of the English Dialogue the film was made in. Okay, so the arguments for and against it are initially obvious ones, and I must say hearing this just now made me think it's just as difficult to follow as if there was no subtitles on it. And I speak English... to some extent. Spot that there's on-screen subtitles in Japanese here too, so I wonder what will get in the way of us all importing the Japanese DVD of it next year? For now, it's like learning another skill - deciphering English in order to understand it, when you've spent your life using it.
Anyway, the other thing you'll notice is, like the site update, of less importance, but of interest none the less : they're now using the Japanese update of the theme song, this time with a japanese male voice. Sounds nice. Many soundtrack fans might want to know that the original Django soundtrack recently made a very expanded edition in Japan too... *cough* still waiting for news on American companies picking up Miike's more recent work, and those obvious (and not so) that remain from the back catalogue.
'Sukiyaki Western Django' Official Site; both trailers within.