Leonardo DiCaprio Reportedly Starring In Quentin Tarantino's Movie About Charles Manson

Esequiel Farfan
Enero 13, 2018

The movie, which will be the first for Tarantino without his longtime producer-distributor Harvey Weinstein, does not yet have a cast.

Leonardo DiCaprio is reteaming with Quentin Tarantino for the director's new film about the Manson Family murders.

Furthermore, the director has famously said he'll only ever helm ten movies in his career, and as this will be his ninth, the film is now being referred to as #9 in promotional circles.

DiCaprio will instead take the part of an aging, out-of-work actor in the as-yet untitled movie being produced and directed by Oscar-winner Quentin Tarantino, Variety and Deadline.com said. It will be DiCaprio's first movie since winning the Oscar for Best Actor thanks to "The Revenant". The studio, Sony Pictures, acquired the right to promote and distribute the film which will be released in August of 2019, August 9th to be exact.

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The Manson Family mastermind died November 19, age 83, while serving his life sentence for for seven counts of first-degree murder and one count of conspiracy to commit murder at the California State Prison in Corcoran.

Several big-name stars are still circling the secretive project, with Margot Robbie and Tom Cruise being eyed for big roles.

The upcoming film, Tarantino's ninth, is set to release on August 9, 2019, Deadline reported Friday, exactly 50 years after members of the Manson Family cult murdered actress Sharon Tate and four other guests at her house.

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