This is the first trailer for Once Upon a Time.in Hollywood, Tarantino's new film set in the glittering showbiz world of 1969 Los Angeles. His sidekick Cliff Booth (Pitt) - who's also his stunt double - is looking for the same thing. The film will explore the murder of Sharon Tate, wife of Roman Polanski, who was killed by followers of Charles Manson.
The trailer for "Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood" dropped Wednesday morning, setting the record straight on a film that's been much buzzed about since it started filming a year ago. I do like the scene between Pitt and "Bruce Lee" (played by Mike Moh), although why anyone would be talking down to Bruce Lee I do not know. And now, with the release of the first teaser trailer, it certainly looks like one too.
This teaser doesn't tell us a lot about the movie's story, but we get a flavor of some of the movie's main characters - with others only being caught in glimpses.
The film follows DiCaprio, who plays Rick Dalton, a struggling Western actor, and Cliff Booth, Dalton's stunt double, as they struggle to find success in Hollywood.
First Trailer for Quentin Tarantino's 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' Goes Back to 1969
This is also the last film to feature Luke Perry; he died at age 52 on March 4, 2019 after suffering a massive stroke on February 27. Are you excited to see Tarantino's next film?
The first poster for the movie was released on March 18 and sees Pitt and DiCaprio dressed in era-appropriate clothing and standing in front of a yellow auto, which is in turn pictured in front of the infamous "Hollywood" sign. The three marquee names are enough to make "Hollywood" one of the biggest movie events of the year for cinephiles.
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