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It was yesterday when the first look of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood appeared and it took the internet by storm and why not. Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood officially disclosed the first movie poster, and it's totally of the vibe of the ’60s. The forthcoming period flick is set in 1969, revolving around Charles Manson's cult, the appalling murder of Sharon Tate, and its aftershock spreading in Hollywood and the film industry.

The star-studded cast can make you go insane starting right from Margot Robbie, Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Al Pacino, Dakota Fanning, and more. In what appears to be an amusing twist, DiCaprio will be projecting the role of a struggling artist, and Pitt will play his stunt double. Meanwhile, Margot Robbie will take on the challenging task of presenting Tate.


The shoot began in the Summer of 2018, and both DiCaprio and Robbie have offered an insight into the film by taking to social media and sharing the first looks of their respective characters. Though DiCaprio and Pitt represent the late '60s apparel real good, it's actually Robbie's uncanny resemblance to Tate that will leave you blown away.


Now treat your eyes with more pictures coming from the film ahead before it premieres on July 26, 2019.


It goes without saying how Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood will be received when it comes out next year, but don’t do any mistake as it will have one of the best casts of all time. The film, which follows a TV star and his stunt double as they navigate Hollywood during the time of the infamous Charles Manson murders in 1969, is going to be one about the big-hitters.

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