Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood made news today when Margot Robbie confirmed that she has also been cast in the film and is set to play as Sharon Tate. Now, the project seems to be moving forward as its working title and filming dates have also been announced.
A recent listing from Production Weekly has unveiled the working title for Once Upon A Time in Hollywood to be ‘Boss’. Furthermore, it also had details about the film’s production which will begin on June 18th in Los Angeles.
In more news about the film, Omega Underground just published a report stating that Hateful Eight cinematographer Robert Richardson will be reuniting with Tarantino for the upcoming project.
Richardson was also the cinematographer for Django Unchained and Inglourious Basterds.
Production of the film is scheduled to wrap in November. The film has a list of star-studded casts starting with Leonardo DiCaprio as Rick Dalton, Brad Pitt as Cliff Booth and Margot Robbie as Sharon Tate.
The director described the story of these two characters as former stars of a Western TV series. Dalton and Booth are struggling for recognition in Hollywood. But in the case of Rick, Sharon Tate is his very famous next door neighbor.
Rumors suggest that Al Pacino Burt Reynolds, Tim Roth, Kurt Russell and Michael Madsen are being eyed for supporting roles. but there hasn’t been a confirmation yet from the actors themselves.
Directed and written by Quentin Tarantino, Once Upon A Time in Hollywood will hit theaters on August 9, 2019.
The story will be told in two parallel narratives with the film set in Los Angeles/Hollywood during 1969’s summer. Another narrative will show a behind-the-scenes/recreation of various Hollywood western TV shows of the later 1960s.
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Source: Production Weekly
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