A Look Inside Quentin Tarantino's Movie About Sharon Tate That Stars Brad Pitt & Margot Robbie
As the 50th anniversary of Sharon Tate's tragic death looms, director Quentin Tarantino is moving things along with his latest, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, which will recount the sensational Manson Family murder that rocked the nation.
Starring a cast of Hollywood titans, including Leonardo DiCaprio along with Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie, Tarantino's highly anticipated drama is set to be released July 26, 2019, just two weeks before the date of the 26-year-old starlet's brutal killing.
Though details of the film remain scarce, several of the cast members have shared first-looks of their 1960s-clad characters, with surfaced photos taken on-set of Los Angeles' time-warped streets. Click ahead for a first look at Tarantino's ninth movie.
Margot Robbie as Sharon Tate
The I,Tonya star, 28, shared the first photograph of her portraying the 1960s Hollywood actress and wife of director Roman Polanski to her Instagram.
Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio as Rick Dalton and Cliff Booth
Back in June, The Revenant actor, 43, shared a photo of himself as Rick Dalton, the former star of a western TV series and Tate's next-door neighbor, alongside Fight Club's Pitt, 54, playing his longtime stunt-double Cliff Booth.
Brad Pitt on set
The Moneyball star goofed off on set, waving as crowds gathered to watch the filming take place.
Pitt previously starred in Tarantino's critically acclaimed Inglourious Basterds (2009).
DiCaprio and Pitt chat on set
The duo looked serious in their 1960s car as they filmed their scene for the upcoming 2019 drama.
Leonardo DiCaprio and Quentin Tarantino
The Pulp Fiction director, 55, was captured giving instructions to DiCaprio between takes on set.
The actor had previously worked on Tarantino's Oscar-winning Django Unchained (2012).
Quentin Tarantino with cast and crew
Tarantino captured on set speaking with members of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood's cast and crew.
Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Quentin Tarantino
The Allied star took some time to stretch as director Tarantino gave him and DiCaprio instructions for the car scene.
Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio
Pitt looks directly at the camera behind the wheel of the duo's retro ride.