The next major event on the year’s cinema calendar belongs to Quentin Tarantino, as he readies his latest effort Once Upon a Time in Hollywood for theatrical release.
Quentin Tarantino’s new film ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’, a ’60s-set picture he calls his love letter to Los Angeles, an exploration of a moment when the business made Westerns and the actors in them obsolete as the auteur ’70s took hold.
- It was also a loss of innocence moment with the spree of barbaric murders perpetrated at the direction of Charles Manson.
- “I get annoyed at Simon Pegg,” Tarantino noted in a recent interview with Deadline, mostly centred on the upcoming release of Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.
- Tarantino noted that he doesn’t know yet whether he’ll direct the film, but that he has total faith in the script,
- Despite a dream cast led by Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Al Pacino, Bruce Dern and more he was not sure about directing it.
- The titles include Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice, Paul Mazursky’s portrait of marital shakeups in the era of free love
- However, the public will get a chance to bone up for another typically allusion-heavy project from the magpie-master.