As seen on the Drudge Report's homepage this morning:
The link leads to a film review in The Hollywood Reporter of Djano Unchained.
Despite being in quotes on the Drudge headline, the n-word appears nowhere in the review. But for what some would call "context," here's an excerpt:
"[Movie maker Quentin] Tarantino’s affinity for black culture and interest in the ways blacks and whites relate have always been evident, but they’ve never before been front and center to the extent that they are in Django Unchained. Some might object to the writer-director’s tone, historical liberties, comic japes or other issues, but there can be no question who gets the shaft here: This is a story of justifiable vengeance, pure and simple, and no paleface is spared, even the good German who facilitates a slave’s transformation into a take-no-prisoners hunter of whites who trade in black flesh."