Five years after they starred in The Wolf of Wall Street together, Margot Robbie and Leonardo DiCaprio are getting the band back together – this time for Quentin Tarantino‘s newie.
Although the reports coming out of Hollywood haven’t been 100% confirmed, it sure seems like the pair will be starring in Tarantino’s upcoming pulp fiction flick centred around the Charles Manson murders in 1960s LA.
Robbie is rumoured to be playing Sharon Tate, the actor wife of Roman Polanski who was murdered by the Manson Family in 1969. DiCaprio is supposed to be playing another actor, who’s looking to break into the film industry after a stint in TV – a huge bummer tbh because if anyone could play the hell out of Manson, it’s Leo.
When you hear DiCaprio joining Tarantino's Manson film project pic.twitter.com/0JDvjVDT12
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DiCaprio + Robbie + Tarantino = pic.twitter.com/TLeooX5VJj
— Michael (@JokerCritic) January 12, 2018
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There’s also reports that Tom fuckin’ Cruise is gonna take part in the film, which, uh, wild.
The film, which is set to come out on August 9, 2019, will be DiCaprio’s first since his Oscar-winning turn in The Revenant. Robbie, of course, has been absolutely killing it since her breakout role with Leo in Wolf of Wall Street, with her latest success being a Best Actress gong at the Critics’ Choice Awards for playing Tonya Harding in I, Tonya.Source: News.com.au
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