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On May 21, Leonardo DiCaprio joined Quentin Tarantino, Daniela Pick, David Heyman, Shannon McIntosh, Margot Robbie and Brad Pitt to attend the premiere of their upcoming movie Once Upon a Time in Hollywood that happened during the 72nd annual Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, France.

The crowd that was  gave the film a seven-minute standing ovation at the end of one of the most anticipated screenings at the prestigious festival in recent years.

Thank you for being such a fantastic audience for the first time we’ve ever showed it to an audience,” Tarantino told the crowd after the screening in very brief remarks, thanking the studio, producers, cast and crew.

This is Tarantino’s ninth and most recent film in Cannes since Inglourious Basterds in 2009. He won the Palme d’Or 25 years ago for Pulp Fiction.

The plot revolves around TV star Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his longtime stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt), who make their way around an industry in 1969 Los Angeles they hardly recognize anymore. It is Tarantino’s tribute to the final moments of Hollywood’s golden age. Margot Robbie as Sharon Tate, Al Pacino, Kurt Russell, Timothy Olyphant, Dakota Fanning, Luke Perry and Margaret Qualley lead the loaded ensemble cast.

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Appearances & Public Events – Events in 2019 – May 21: “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” premiere during the 72nd annual Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, France.

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This was a very good week for all of us!! The trailer and new posters of Leo’s upcoming movie were released.

Starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt, the footage features a montage of Tinseltown in the late 1960s. The duo play Rick Dalton and Cliff Booth, a washed-up actor and his long-time stunt double.

Actors are required to do a lot of dangerous stuff,DiCaprio’s character trailer explains in the trailer. “Cliff, here, is meant to help carry the load.

Pitt’s Cliff Booth seconds that notion. “What, carrying his load? Yeah, that’s about right.”

Tarantino, who wrote the script and will also direct and produce the movie, was inspired by his own upbringing in the midst of LA’s hippie-crazed counterculture. “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” is set in 1969 Hollywood, a year that saw the rise of Charles Manson’s cult. Rick Dalton and Cliff Booth live next door to Sharon Tate (Margot Robbie), the pregnant actress killed in the Manson murders who catapulted the story into Hollywood news.

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Film Productions – Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019) – Posters

Film Productions – Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019) – Trailer #1

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We have finally the first look of Leonardo DiCaprio in his upcoming movie “Once Upon a Time . . . in Hollywood“. Check bellow:


Vanity Fair

Quentin Tarantino was six years old and living in the Los Angeles area when, in the summer of 1969, hell broke loose. You know this story: five people murdered over the course of two days that August, shot and stabbed by a clan of hippie impressionables in anticipation of Helter Skelter, Charles Manson’s idea of holy terror. It’s a Hollywood tale—not least because its most famous victim, the pregnant actress Sharon Tate, was the wife of director Roman Polanski, which put the terror square in the back lot’s backyard.

But it’s a Hollywood story for bigger reasons. This was an era, not merely an event; a lifestyle, a people, a widespread obsession—not merely a spot on a timeline or map. The city is a sprawl. So was 1969. And so is the work of Quentin Tarantino, whose last three movies were violent but (mass Nazi execution notwithstanding) playful excursions into history, all of them riffs on the deviant style and rough talkiness of the Westerns Tarantino loves, even the Dirty Dozen-esque World War II picture Inglourious Basterds, in which a motley troop of American badasses, a mock-Tennessean Brad Pitt at its helm, takes its grievances out on Nazi skulls.

Now he’s back with a Western of a different stripe: an old-school L.A. story à la Pulp Fiction and Jackie Brown, the kind of city epic only a nostalgic of Tarantino’s wit and peculiarity could attempt to really do justice. Once Upon a Time . . . in Hollywood, which stars Leonardo DiCaprio as a faded TV Western star and Pitt as his stunt double, is, as its sand-battered title suggests, a throwback. For Los Angeles, sure, but also for Tarantino, who, after traveling as far and wide as the Third Reich and the Shaolin Temple, is bringing it home.

Once Upon a Time . . . in Hollywood will be released July 26.

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Leonardo DiCaprio is used to keeping his face shrouded in secrecy, but that won’t fly with the TSA, who forced the star to show them the goods during a security check.

The “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” star was taking a late-night flight out of JFK in New York with girlfriend Camila Morrone, his friend Vincent Laresca and was uncharacteristically flying commercial.

DiCaprio has taken heat in the past for his outspoken views on the environment while traveling around the world in a private jet, so it’s possible he was trying to be a man of the people.

Unfortunately, being a man of the people subjects you to the regular security checks, and DiCaprio was forced to lift up his trademark ball cap to prove to the TSA screener that he really is THAT Leo DiCaprio.

You can’t blame the TSA employee for keeping the actor a bit longer, ya gotta do something to stay entertained during a government shutdown.

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The famed director is honored at the Museum of Modern Art Film Benefit. DiCaprio, who’s appeared in five Scorsese films including “Shutter Island,” ”The Departed,” and “The Wolf of Wall Street,” also went back to his youth to describe the influence Scorsese, 76, had on him.

He told the audience how when he was just 15, and starting his journey as an actor, his father took him to a movie theater for inspiration.

He pointed at the screen, and as the reels of ‘Goodfellas’ began to spin, he said, ‘This is the epitome of modern filmmaking,’DiCaprio recounted. “‘This is someone who you may be lucky enough one day to work with, and when it comes to directors, Martin Scorsese is where the bar is set.‘”

The actor added that from that moment, “I made it a goal, I made it a relentless ambition to work alongside the master we’re celebrating here tonight.” The pair is about to start on its sixth collaboration, the crime thriller “Killers of the Flower Moon.

DiCaprio also spoke of Scorsese as a lifelong teacher, from his constant on-set references to film history to his efforts to restore and preserve old films with The Film Foundation, which he founded in 1990.

No one on earth has so relentlessly pioneered the salvation of movie history with such commitment the way Martin Scorsese has,DiCaprio said.

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Appearances & Public Events – Events in 2018 – November 19: The Museum of Modern Art film benefit presented by Chanel: A Tribute to Martin Scorsese

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