At the film's London premiere in Leicester Square, the 49-year-old said: "It's been a good week. Five Oscar nominations today, five Bafta nominations yesterday."
Quentin admitted being disappointed that he did not receive a nomination for Best Director but said he is in good company.
He said: "That would have been pretty nice. But I actually feel bad that Ben Affleck didn't get nominated. I think he really deserved it too."
He added: "I don't think I will win Best Picture. But if it did, I will take it for sure."
Oscar-winner Jamie, looking stylish in a purple suit by Ozwald Boateng, said the nominations are "fantastic". He said: "Hats off to Christoph Waltz and all our geniuses."
Kerry, who braved the cold in a white gown by Giles Deacon, said: "It's very exciting. The film is such a collaborative effort so it would be a win for everyone."
Django Unchained opens in cinemas on January 18.