Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming film finally has a name – Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

Production hasn’t even started on the film, but there’s already massive hype surrounding it. In November 2017, Tarantino announced his plan to move forward with an anthology film set in 1969 with the majority of it focusing on the Manson Family Murders. In Tarantino’s own words it’s “the closest to Pulp Fiction that I have done”.

Margot Robbie had already joined the cast in November taking on the role of Sharon Tate, while Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise were all reportedly offered roles. While unsure of Cruise’s involvement, Tarantino has confirmed that both DiCaprio and Pitt have signed onto the project. DiCaprio appeared alongside Tarantino at CinemaCon in Las Vegas saying, “It’s hard to speak about a film that we haven’t done yet, but I’m incredibly excited… to work with Brad Pitt, and I think [Tarantino’s] going to transport us. As an L.A. native, having read the script, it’s one of the most amazing screenplays he’s ever written, which is saying a lot, because he’s written some of the masterworks in cinema history. We are going to do our best job to make it fantastic.”


No release date has been reported.