Despite the movie's release date being around the 50th anniversary of the bloodshed, Tarantino has told Variety that the film will not focus specifically on the evil true-crime story.
Last week, word began to spread that the first trailer for Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood was en route, and now it appears those rumors were accurate: this morning, Sony released the film's first poster, with the film's first teaser trailer expected to arrive shortly (we're guessing tomorrow). The poster is reminiscent of the first behind-the-scenes look we got of DiCaprio and Pitt in character as film's leads, Rick Dalton and Cliff Booth, respectively: the former a washed-up actor who fumbled his transition from TV to film, the latter Dalton's best friend and stunt double. That's telegraphed in this here poster, as the font for the movie's title is the same as the iconic Hollywood sign. Margot Robbie stars as Sharon Tate in a central role, a woman who is murdered by the family; while Damon Harriman will play Charles Manson. He is also the neighbor of Sharon Tate. Or more specifically, Columbia Pictures has released the first poster for "Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood" as it's officially presented. You can read everything we know about the upcoming movie here.
We haven't seen a trailer yet, but hope to see one soon!
Apple quietly announces 10.5-inch iPad Air and refreshed iPad mini
The new iPad mini also has an advanced Retina display with True Tone now, and it will support the Apple Pencil as well. Both will be available through Apple Authorised Resellers and select carriers - presumably Airtel and Reliance Jio.
Undaunted, Trump Attacks McCain for Second Straight Day Over Russiagate Dossier
However, the president makes three misleading claims in his Sunday tweet, one of which is bolstered by his Saturday tweet. Trump to the funeral. "Maybe spend yours with your family instead of on twitter obsessing over mine?" her tweet read.
Meghan McCain Finds Herself Defending Her Father's Honor After This Trump Tweet
McCain quote-tweeted that post by Trump and commented, " My father lives rent free in your head ". President Trump once again attacked the late senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) over the weekend.
I wrote about my complex feelings about Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and it seems like, yet again, I'm stuck in a battle against what I hope this movie is versus what the movie is promoting.