Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
by Paul Whitington | The Independent.ie | December 29, 2018
Next year, like most years, kicks off with a bang as the Oscar hopefuls crowd into the multiplexes to vie for our attention. There are some fine films in amongst all the usual awards hype, and January and February are definitely good months for cinema-goers.
The superhero craze shows no sign of slowing, sadly, and a clutch of noisy adventures will be heading your way in the early summer, including an Avengers finale. Lots of family franchise sequels and rehashes are on the way, too, including a ‘Dumbo’ remake, while for grown-ups Quentin Tarantino has an intriguing new film on the way, and so does Martin Scorsese.
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
July 26, 2019
Quentin Tarantino has assembled a formidable cast for this intriguing drama set in Hollywood in 1969, on the eve of the Manson family murders. Leonardo DiCaprio is Rick Dalton, a washed-up TV actor who lives next-door to Sharon Tate (Margot Robbie), while Brad Pitt plays Rick’s long-time stuntman. Damian Lewis, Al Pacino and Lena Dunham co-star.
Read the rest of the original article at The Independent.ie
In addition, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood made Jacob Stolworthy’s ‘Films To Watch Out For in 2019,’ professing it as one of the movies we’ll likely be talking about when the 2020 Oscars roll around.
Moreover, Business Insider states, “This one’s all about the star power. If you put Leonardo DiCaprio, Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt, Al Pacino, Damian Lewis, Dakota Fanning, and more together in a movie, you’re likely to watch what happens. If you’re a Quentin Tarantino stan, the director has said he will only make 10 movies. If so, this will be his penultimate.”
And finally, Buzzfeed reports, “Given his lifelong obsession with movie, it’s surprising to realize that this will be Quentin Tarantino’s first movie explicitly about the entertainment industry. Given the fairy tale-like title and Tarantino’s penchant for playing loose with history, it’s unclear how much he’ll keep to the grisly facts of the Manson Murders. Tarantino has assembled quote a cast, though, including Damian Lewis (as Steve McQueen!).