This is the second time, when Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt are working together with Tarantino, for the movie Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.

‘Once Upon A Time in Hollywood’: Brad Pitt & Leonardo DiCaprio Confirmed for Quentin Tarantino’s

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is regarded as one of the most awaited and anticipated movie of the Hollywood which is also giving massive goosebumps to the fans.

Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt Starrer Once Upon A Time In Hollywood First Look Is Out & It Will Be Take You In Nostalgia Memories

While the film revolves around Tate’s murder, which happened reportedly, on Aug. 9, 1969, when the actress was as per reports, around 9 months pregnant with her child with director Roman Polanski, the story is reportedly not a full chronicle of the Manson family murder extravaganza and spree.

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

The upcoming film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is all set to hit theaters on this August 2019, which also marks the 50th of the death anniversary of Tate.

Post all those star and cast announcements with an appearance at CinemaCon, on the last Wednesday morning, the leading man Leonardo DiCaprio shared a first look on his forthcoming movie, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, on his official Instagram page, which display an image of himself and Brad Pitt in their ’70s costumes.

Both actors play two men who live next door to the classic actress of the Hollywood, Sharon Tate.

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Anyway, the first look of the movie Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is well received by the fans and now fans are can’t wait to see the teaser and theatrical trailer of the movie.

The actor Leonardo DiCaprio essay the former TV star Rick Dalton, while Brad Pitt plays the role of Cliff Booth, Dalton’s close friend and longtime stunt double, both of were struggling stars of that period in the Hollywood.

The filmmaker, Quentin Tarantino, said and describes this much-awaited movie that this was taking place in “Los Angeles in 1969, at the height of hippie Hollywood.”

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