Decked out in a leather jacket, bell-bottoms and a yellow turtleneck the Titanic icon looked every bit the late 1960s TV actor he plays in the film. Pitt, who takes on the role of DiCaprio's character's stunt-double, looks equally fit for the time period in double denim.
Tarantino has assembled an all-star cast to populate his period piece centering around the Manson murders that shocked the nation in August 1969. In the film DiCaprio's Western TV actor lives around the corner from Sharon Tate (played by Margot Robbie), who while over 8 months pregnant was brutally murdered along with four house guests by a cult.
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"Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" will be Tarantino's ninth film, which could end up being his penultimate cinema offering if he makes good on his long-held threat to only make 10 films before retiring from movie directing.
The all-star cast for his upcoming film includes Al Pacino, Burt Reynolds, Timothy Olyphant, Dakota Fanning, Luke Perry, Damian Lewis and Emile Hirsch.
Tarantino has severed ties with Harvey Weinstein -- he previously worked with Miramax and then The Weinstein Company for his previous ventures -- and is teaming up with Paramount Pictures for ""Once Upon a Time in Hollywood."
The movie is set to hit American cinemas on August 9, 2019.