Leo, Hollywood’s Last Movie Star (& more)

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„His Brand Is Excellence”: How Leonardo DiCaprio Became Hollywood’s Last Movie Star

In an age of pre-branded franchises and social media currency, DiCaprio is a Hollywood unicorn, able to gross hundreds of millions of dollars without wearing a cape, wielding a lightsaber or even having an agent. Will Tarantino’s ‚Once Upon a Time in Hollywood‘ extend or break the streak?

In November 1997, six-plus weeks before Titanic opened in the U.S., 20th Century Fox launched the movie at the Tokyo Film Festival in hopes of gen­erating some early buzz in the largely untapped Asian market. Paramount chief Jim Gianopulos, who was running international distribution at Fox at the time, expected the theater to be crowded. After all, the film’s star, Leonardo DiCaprio, already enjoyed a budding global popularity thanks to the studio’s 1996 release Romeo + Juliet, which had earned $148 million worldwide — 69 percent of its haul coming from overseas. But Titanic’s Japan bow was something more akin to Beatlemania.

„It was pandemonium. The entire area of Tokyo basically shut down, with fans coming out to see Leo,“ Gianopulos recalls of the James Cameron-directed epic. „He started to be a heartthrob with Romeo + Juliet, but with Titanic, it just became insanity. It was the first time in history that a film was No. 1 in every single country in the world by a massive margin.“

Fast-forward 22 years, and DiCaprio remains a global movie star, one whose consistent bankability and acclaim set him apart from his peers. In fact, he is arguably the only global superstar left in a film industry in which an interchangeable group of actors regularly suit up in spandex or brandish a lightsaber for the latest billion-dollar earner — only to be ignored by audiences outside of franchises. Unlike waning megastars like Will Smith, Jennifer Lawrence and Robert Downey Jr., DiCaprio sits alone atop the Hollywood pantheon without ever having made a comic book movie, family film or pre-branded franchise. Leo is the franchise.

Now, after a four-year absence from the big screen following his Oscar-winning turn in The Revenant (a 151-minute R-rated film that earned $533 million worldwide), DiCaprio returns July 26 with Sony’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Quentin Tarantino’s adults-only interpretation of the Manson murders.

„One of the things I like about Leo is he just doesn’t plug himself into two movies a year,“ says Tarantino, drawing an unstated comparison with current stars like Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart, who are omnipresent on social media as well as in multiplexes. „He kind of stands alone today, like Al Pacino or Robert De Niro were in the ’70s, where they weren’t trying to do two movies a year — they could do anything they wanted, and they wanted to do this. So that means this must be pretty good.“

DiCaprio (left) and James Cameron at the L.A. premiere of  Titanic in 1997.

In other words, in an age of brand management, DiCaprio has cultivated a brand „of excellence,“ says Sony film chief Tom Rothman, amid an industry where „brand“ these days usually means Marvel, DC or Lucas.

„What is remarkable about Leo is his consistency,“ says Rothman, who first worked with DiCaprio on Romeo + Juliet and Titanic at Fox. „If he’s in it, the audience knows it’s going to be good because he’s in it. I mean, when is he not great? But that’s not an accident. He works his ass off.“

Sources say DiCaprio took a $15 million upfront payday — $5 million less than his usual $20 million — in order to get Once Upon a Time made, but he stands to make north of $45 million if the film meets expectations (his deal is structured in a way that certain territories yield higher percentages than others).

DiCaprio’s ascent to the pinnacle of actors began well before Romeo + Juliet. A decade after appearing as a toddler on Romper Room, the baby-faced teen landed TV work, including a part on Growing Pains, which proved pivotal for two reasons: It led to him being signed by his manager Rick Yorn, who has guided his career for 27 years (DiCaprio is the rare A-lister who doesn’t work with an agent), and helped him land his first significant film role, the 1993 drama This Boy’s Life. That same year, at age 19, he co-starred in What’s Eating Gilbert Grape, earning the first of his five Oscar acting nominations.

After the unprecedented success of Titanic — then the highest-grossing movie of all time — DiCaprio made a choice that would define his career over the next two decades: Instead of following up the blockbuster with a tried-and-true formula of tentpoles or high-concept thrillers, the Los Angeles native eschewed box office glory to work with the top directors in Hollywood.

That includes five feature collaborations with Martin Scorsese (Gangs of New York, The Aviator, The Departed, Shutter Island and The Wolf of Wall Street) and multiple films with Baz Luhrmann (Romeo + Juliet, The Great Gatsby) and Tarantino, who also directed him in Django Unchained. And his one-off collaborations represent a who’s-who of Oscar winners and nominees including Cameron, Alejandro G. Iñárritu, Clint Eastwood, Christopher Nolan, Sam Mendes, Ridley Scott, Steven Spielberg and Danny Boyle.

Among his compatriots, DiCaprio is by far the one most coveted by studio heads and top-tier directors, offering that rare blend of prestige (three of his past five films have been nominated for best picture) and box office prowess (those same films earned a combined $1.8 billion worldwide). While Smith is doing Netflix originals and a Disney remake, Lawrence is on a cold streak and Downey only makes money as Tony Stark, DiCaprio continues to choose films that would seem risky on paper — typically R-rated, longer than 2½ hours and with budgets topping $80 million — bets that have paid off and given him an unrivaled amount of power.

Before their collaboration on Gangs of New York, Scorsese found himself in a creative rut. He credits DiCaprio with reigniting his passion for filmmaking.

„He became the perfect muse. I was rejuvenated again,“ Scorsese says. „A key thing about Leo — and I always tell him this — is he’s a natural screen actor. He could have been in silent films. It’s the look on his face, the look in his eyes. He doesn’t have to say anything. It just reads, and you can connect with him. Not everybody is like that.“

Tarantino first met DiCaprio in 1993 at the premiere of True Romance, which the Once Upon a Time helmer wrote. „He was kind of the man of the hour at that party,“ Tarantino recalls of the days when DiCaprio first became a fascination of the paparazzi as Hollywood’s latest „It“ boy. „He told me he thought the script was really terrific.“

They casually discussed working together and nearly did on 2009’s Inglourious Basterds („That ended up not working out,“ is all Tarantino will say). Ultimately, it took almost two decades before their collaboration came to fruition with 2012’s Django Unchained.

Tarantino (far right) lined up  a shot on the set of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

Unlike his Once Upon a Time character, the star’s ruthless slave owner Calvin Candie in Django was not written with DiCaprio in mind. „I had written Calvin Candie to be about 62 or 63 or something like that,“ Tarantino remembers. „And then I heard that he wanted to meet me to talk about it. So, we got together and we talked about it, and I was at his house for a couple of hours. A relationship almost always starts at his house, sitting out in the back by the pool and talking about things. I was really interested, but I told him, ‚Look, I’m not going to be convinced right here because this is just such a big change.‘ „

Tarantino went home and gave it some thought, and DiCaprio’s pitch to play what Tarantino had originally envisioned as an old, crusty plantation master began to intrigue him. „I thought about him as being an evil, corrupt boy emperor like Caligula or a young Nero, just fiddling while Rome burns,“ he says. „And that was like, ‚Oh wow, that’s an interesting idea!‘ He has the power of life and death.“

While modern stars scramble to maintain a constant presence and relevance via social media and nonstop work spanning all platforms, DiCaprio as an actor sticks to cinema (he hasn’t acted for the small screen since a 1992 appearance on Growing Pains). Rather than using Twitter for self-promotion, he offers his 19.1 million followers updates on the Waorani tribe’s efforts to protect the Amazon from oil drilling or to promote vegan burgers.

Off-camera, DiCaprio has maintained a carefully crafted air of mystery. Some crewmembers on Once Upon a Time were instructed to avoid making eye contact with him, according to an on-set source. At the Cannes Film Festival in May, he brought his parents to the Once Upon a Time premiere but skipped other events on the Croisette despite having his security team do a sweep of a Nikki Beach party to promote the environmental documentary And We Go Green, which he produced with longtime friend Fisher Stevens, who says that they are in talks with John Kerry about producing an eco-minded series about threats to the world’s oceans.

Stevens says the public would be surprised by the depth of DiCaprio’s understanding of environmental issues, particularly climate change. „Leo is definitely into meeting people and talking to people on the cutting edge of this issue,“ he says. „It’s definitely something he is passionate about.“

DiCaprio rarely talks about his personal life or even his career and typically promotes a film only in partnership with the director (he declined to be interviewed for this piece). Despite being one of the most photographed men in the world, hopping on a Citi Bike in New York or hanging out vaping with supermodels, little is known about his day-to-day life.

If he’s made a misstep, it was becoming entangled with Riza Aziz, whose Red Granite Pictures financed Wolf of Wall Street. In January, DiCaprio gave closed-door testimony to a Washington, D.C., grand jury regarding a multibillion-dollar Malaysian corruption scandal. In June, Aziz was arrested and charged in Malaysia with laundering $248 million from a state investment fund and channeling the funds into Red Granite bank accounts. It remains to be seen if DiCaprio will be dragged into any trials. Regardless, the Red Granite debacle appears to have had little effect on DiCaprio’s standing in Hollywood — agents will say privately that there is no actor or actress that they would rather put their clients next to in a movie.

Django producer Stacey Sher, who has known DiCaprio since he was a teen, notes that the intensity of his performances is no accident. “He makes it look effortless, but he’s that ‘10,000 hours’ and beyond, she says of the Malcolm Gladwell rule that explains success in any field. “I think everybody thinks of him as the greatest actor of his generation first, who happened to become the biggest movie star of his generation.”

It was playing the grizzled frontiersman Hugh Glass in Iñárritu’s dark, violent Western The Revenant that proved DiCaprio could still draw massive audiences despite leaving behind the boyish charm that made him a star. „He is a perfectionist and demands a lot of himself,“ says Iñárritu of working with DiCaprio on The Revenant. „There was this scene in the river that he is meant to be floating, and there were huge pieces of ice. He never hesitated, and even when you got the take, he asked for another. He was relentless when it was sometimes not necessary.“

When it came time for Tarantino to cast Once Upon a Time’s Rick Dalton, an actor experiencing something of a midlife crisis because he’s never lived up to expectations from his youth, the director was hopeful that the famously finicky actor would commit despite taking a four-year hiatus. „I absolutely had him in mind, but I didn’t know if I was going to get him,“ says Tarantino. „I’m not presumptuous. I mean, everyone in the world wants him.“

Once Upon a Time producer Shannon McIntosh says there was only one scene that instilled fear in DiCaprio, albeit briefly: a sequence on a campy variety show called Hullabaloo that required singing and dancing. „We were about to walk into dailies one evening, and it was about a week before he had to do the Hullabaloo scene where he sings. And he stopped me and he said, ‚I’m not really a singer. How am I going to sing this in a week?‘ Cut to a week later, he was absolutely fearless. He just got up and did something out of his comfort zone.“

Next up, DiCaprio is expected to reteam with Scorsese for Killers of the Flower Moon at Paramount. (Sources say salary and budget negotiations are at a critical juncture.) The film chronicles the FBI investigation into a series of 1920s murders in Oklahoma that likely were tied to oil deposits. In other words, it’s a film that would probably never be made at the studio level without DiCaprio.

„I’ve admired the fact that throughout all of this fame, all of this success, he has maintained his friendships, his relationships, his closeness with his parents,“ says Gianopulos. „He is a truly lovely human being. Hollywood can change people, and it really hasn’t changed Leo.“


#today is the premiere in LA #be prepared for lots of pictures

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ONCE UPON A TIME… IN HOLLYWOOD. I saw my most anticipated film of the year last night and it was well worth the wait. It’s a bittersweet love letter to the Los Angeles of yesteryear through a tryptic of character meditations. Full review coming soon! [1] Framing up our shots ✋🏻🤚🏻[2] Tarantino himself introduced the first public 70mm screening of the film in the historic Cinerama Dome, which appears in the film! [3] Q&A following the screening with editor Fred Raskin and costume designer Arianne Phillips. [4] Wall of posters for each of QT’s films, all of which are screening at the Arclight this weekend. [5] Ticket stub. [6] Commemorative stainless steel ticket. [7] Mini map poster, which gives you a taste of the Los Angeles tour on display in the film.

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#few new moments #trailer

#date for london premiere #once upon a time in hollywood
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‚Once Upon A Time In Hollywood‘: Interview mit Leo (July ’19)

Leo with interwiever Janet Nepales

HOLLYWOOD BULLETIN: Leonardo DiCaprio, just a simple guy from Hollywood

LOS ANGELES — The 44-year-old actor, film producer and environmentalist Leonardo DiCaprio talked to us recently about his new film with director Quentin Tarantino, “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.”

In the movie set in 1969 Los Angeles, actor Rick Dalton (portrayed by Leonardo) is the former star of the Western TV series “Bounty Law.” He is lamenting about his career being over while his faithful and loyal stunt double, Cliff Booth (portrayed by Brad Pitt) remains close by his side.

Leonardo admitted relating to Rick’s awareness of his mortality.

“Although my career trajectory had taken a different course, I immediately connected with Rick. It’s intrinsically somebody that I knew growing up in the industry, and in a lot of ways, he’s a man dealing with his own mortality. We are in an industry where you become immortalized by film and television but he’s realizing that the culture and the industry has passed him by.”

Asked what comes to mind first when he hears the word Hollywood, Leonardo replied, “My whole existence. I grew up and was born in Hollywood, grew up by Hollywood Billiards, Hollywood and Western. What was interesting growing up in that time period is, and also seeing 1969 Hollywood, which I always had like a glamorous idealized imagination of, was how downtrodden it was when he recreated 1969 Hollywood, with the tie-dye and the hippies and the head shops and this subculture that was brewing. I guess that carried into the 80s where I grew up.

“But interestingly enough, I always say this, the only reason that I am an actor is because I live in Hollywood. I had dreams of becoming an actor, but I never felt part of that club. It was always something that was weirdly intangible. If it wasn’t for the sheer proximity of going to a school and having my mother drop me off to auditions, I would have never been able, I would have never uprooted myself from Iowa or Missouri, with these grand Gold Rush dreams, backpacks on, to come to Hollywood like so many others. It was literally the fact that when I told my mother, ‘I want to go on auditions,’ she took me from school straight to auditions after school.”

Like his character, does he physically show his disappointment when he is not happy with his acting?

“I think every one of the actors who I have spoken to, certainly today, we have all had those moments, whether it be exhaustion or whatever it is, where you cannot get the line out,” he admitted. “I drew upon certainly personal experiences, not the aftermath of it, but physically not being able to say the line and it’s like the equivalent of going to school with your underwear on.

“So much of your job is trying to make the camera and the crew disappear and be in the moment and then the realization that everyone is watching you and you just cannot step up to the plate…”

This being his first time to work with Brad, Leonardo talked about working with him.

“He’s a great guy, an incredible professional, incredibly talented. There’s an ease to working with him. Do we play poker, no. The connection we have from the past is ‘Growing Pains.’ We were both on the television show ‘Growing Pains.’ Him in the late ’80s, me in the early ’90s, but he was on two or three episodes of that and then I came in on the last year of ‘Growing Pains,’ and they let me out to do my first movie when I was 15, ‘This Boy’s Life.’ But that’s about as close as we have ever gotten to work together.”


#not commenting the 1rst movie quote #not #at# all# #CRITTERS 3 #why so ashamed?

#oh Leo #love you still

#love this

#new trailer

#yesterday #screening #once upon a time in hollywood #LA #reactions #no spoiler

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Tonight, I got super lucky and was able to see one of the first screenings of Quentin Tarantino’s new film Once Upon A Time In Hollywood at the Hollywood Cinerama Dome. If you know me, then you know I’ve been following this film for over a year since it began production in Hollywood so I could get a once in a lifetime experience of being on set this past October when Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio shot some car scenes in Hollywood. In regards to tonight’s screening, it was shown on a blow up 70mm print, which looked great, and Tarantino gave an opening speech about the film and then ended sitting three rows in front of us and just to left. In regards to the movie, I don’t want to say anything specific because I hate spoilers but DiCaprio and Pitt are both amazing in this movie and I can’t wait to watch it again next weekend. #onceuponatimeinhollywood #quentintarantino #hollywood #leonardodicaprio #bradpitt #70mm #cineramadome #arclighttarantinoseries #arclight

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So now that I've had several hours to process things and know how to talk about it without giving anything major away (because what happens in the last half hour is something that must be seen with no knowledge of what happens): "Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood" is certain to divide its audience over its narrative structure but hot damn, is it a joyous reminder of why the man you see in this image above is my favorite filmmaker. As a showcase for both Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt, they've never been better, either either with Tarantino or in general (and unsurprisingly, @agentlemansarmour , he's far superior here compared to Iñárritu's "New World" imitation). Margot Robbie is a luminous Sharon Tate whose presence brings heart and soul with every appearance and the carefully restrained use of the Manson Family provides some of the most unsettling moments in his oeuvre. I'll have some more thoughts once it's seen a second time (probably a third and fourth as well), but for now, that's all that should be said. And also, everyone needs a dog like Brandy. Last note: if you live in LA, make the effort to see it in the @arclightcinemas Cinerama Dome. #OnceUponaTimeinHollywood #QuentinTarantino #LeonardoDiCaprio #BradPitt #MargotRobbie #EmileHirsch #MargaretQualley #TimothyOlyphant #JuliaButters #AustinButler #DakotaFanning #DamianLewis #LukePerry #BruceDern #MikeMoh #AlPacino #RobertRichardson #Cinema #Cinephile #Moviereview #Bestfilmsof2019 #1960sHollywood #MansonFamily #ArcLightHollywood #CineramaDome #ArcLightPresents #OnceUponaTarantino #ArcLightTarantinoSeries #70mm

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‚Once Upon A Time In… Hollywood‘: Post credit scene

#also abspann abwarten Leute

Sony’s movie studio boss, Tom Rothman, about ‚Once Upon A Time In… Hollywood‘

Jason Guerrasio: As far as I know, „Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood“ has the same run time as what was shown at the Cannes Film Festival, but has he tinkered with the edit at all?

Tom Rothman: Tiny tinkering. There’s an end credit sequence now. That wasn’t in Cannes. So stick around after the credits. And there’s one tiny section added, a visual-effects sequence that wasn’t finished in time for Cannes. So the run time is maybe a minute or something longer. But it basically is the same movie that was at Cannes.


#according to Tarantino he edited a bit more

DEADLINE: What did you change from the cut you premiered at Cannes and the finished film?

QUENTIN TARANTINO: Time-wise it amounts to two minutes. I was very happy with the Cannes cut. There is such a thing as taking yes for an answer. One of the things I wanted to do, though, was risk cutting the movie too tight for time. Everyone always goes to Cannes a little bit lumpy. That’s almost like the consistent line in every review. Well, OK, this needs a little trimming. So I thought, let me make it real tight. Even when we finally looked at the final mix just before we were going to get the print made, I cut out two little scenes. My magnificent post-production supervisor, Tina Anderson, did that. I just wanted a tight movie. So the only thing I actually put back basically, I extended a slight little bit of a scene with Sharon Tate, when she picks up a hitchhiker. Then the scene where James Stacy [Timothy Olyphant] talks to Rick [Dalton, DiCaprio’s character] and you suddenly see Rick in The Great Escape, and what would have happened if he was in that movie.

DEADLINE: Instead of Steve McQueen…

TARANTINO: That was a special effect that we couldn’t have ready in time for a 35 millimeter print. I had to leave it out of the Cannes version. At the end of the day, other than swapping out one close-up for a different close-up, the only real difference is a slight extension of Sharon’s time in Westwood and that Steve McQueen/James Stacy thing.


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#have to post this #because omg #brad pitt #young

‚Once Upon A Time In… Hollywood‘: Interview & movie clips, mag cover // Photos: Leo & Cami date night (July ’19)

#have none of those movies seen neither #expect from Star Wars #sorry Leo #lol #cutie

#movie clip #sounds like Rick is kinda stuttering?

#new cover #august 2019

#just unf #his face is everything

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🙊😱💗 #OnceUponATimeInHollywood #leonardodicaprio

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#so cool #inside Rick Daltons house

#für alle Fans in der Schweiz

Locarno 2019: Neue Filme mit Leonardo DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon-Levitt und Diego Maradona auf der Piazza Grande

Die Organisatoren des Locarno-Filmfestivals haben das Programm der 71. Ausgabe bekanntgegeben. Auf der 8’000 Menschen fassenden Piazza Grande wird es wieder einige Filmleckerbissen zu sehen geben.

Während im Wettbewerb von Locarno jeweils nicht gerade die massentauglichsten Filme um den Hauptpreis kämpfen, geht es auf der Piazza Grande immer etwas entspannter zu und her. Im grössten Openair-Kino der Schweiz finden bis zu 8’000 Personen Platz, die dort spannende und/oder unterhaltsame Filme zu sehen bekommen – das ist auch in diesem Jahr nicht anders.

So wird Quentin Tarantinos heisserwarteter Once Upon a Time in Hollywood auf der Piazza Grande seine Schweizer Premiere feiern. Das Screening findet am Samstag, 10. August statt.


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#Leo kommt wahrscheinlich nicht in die Schweiz

Ja, liebe GoT-Fans, sie hier kommt ans Filmfestival Locarno. Und vielleicht Tarantino

Lili Hinstin, die neue künstlerische Leiterin des Festivals, stellte ein Programm vor, das Lust macht. Auf Filme und ziemlich gute Partys.

Die Glamour-Nachricht vorneweg: Vielleicht kommt Quentin Tarantino. Und das Vielleicht hat aktuell eine deutliche Schräglage in Richtung wahrscheinlich. Aber man befindet sich noch in Verhandlungen.

Ob allerdings die Stars aus dem neuen Tarantino «Once Upon a Time in … Hollywood», der am 10. August auf der Piazza Grande gezeigt wird, kommen, ist eher unwahrscheinlich. Also Brad Pitt und Leonardo DiCaprio. Aber wer weiss, vielleicht entscheiden die sich ja, um den 10. herum bei George Clooney am Lago di Como zu logieren, dann hätten sie Zeit. Man darf ja wohl noch träumen.



#interview with Tarantino #talking about once upon a time in hollywood and leo #light spoiler

Full Interview

#Leo and Cami holding hands

‚Once Upon A Time In… Hollywood‘: New poster, photos & more (July ’19)

#new poster #the only thing I like here is Leo #period
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#they look so hot together #she’s indeed playing Leos wife #Lorenza Izzo

#Rick Dalton #imdb

#some behind the scenes stuff


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#Rick Dancin‘ Dalton #lol

‚Once Upon A Time In… Hollywood‘: Premiere in Berlin mit Leo!!!


Once Upon a Time in Hollywood – Premiere in Berlin mit Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio und Margot Robbie

Kultregisseur Quentin Tarantinos bleibt Berlin und seinen Fans in Deutschland treu. Sein neunter Film „ONCE UPON A TIME… IN HOLLYWOOD“ feiert Premiere am 1. August 2019 im Sony Center in Anwesenheit der Hauptdarsteller Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio und Margot Robbie.

ONCE UPON A TIME… IN HOLLYWOOD spielt im Los Angeles von 1969, zu einer Zeit, als alles im Umbruch ist. Auch TV-Star Rick Dalton (LEONARDO DICAPRIO) und sein langjähriges Stunt-Double Cliff Booth (BRAD PITT) müssen sich in einer Branche zurechtfinden, die sie kaum mehr wiedererkennen.

Der neunte Film von Quentin Tarantino wartet mit einer großen Ensemble-Besetzung und zahlreichen Erzählsträngen auf und huldigt den letzten Momenten von Hollywoods goldenem Zeitalter. Die Hauptrollen spielen Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt und Margot Robbie.

Premieren – Eckdaten
CineStar Sony Center
10785 Berlin, Potsdamer Straße 4

Donnerstag, 1. August 2019

Einlass: 18:00 Uhr
Filmbeginn: 19:30 Uhr


‚Once Upon A Time In… Hollywood‘: full TODAY Interview, TV Spots & more // Photos (July ’19)

#today interview

#Leo holding again some magazine in his big bright hands

#and the most important question EVER #did he or did he not, Leo? #lmao

#Leos real feeling in that moment probably

#tv spots with even more new footage

#Leo playing volleyball once again

#she’s so beautiful

#love this comment #people always have to mock something no matter what #disgusting part of the internet #it has nothing to do with „having an opinion“ #it’s just spreading hate

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Sometimes I come across comments on here where people are being highly critical of Margot Robbie’s portrayal of Sharon Tate (despite not having seen it yet) or her hair and makeup, the way she walks and breathes – exists, even. I never understood the hate. It seems very nit-picky and unappreciative, I say that because this is the first time in ages where Sharon’s been treated like an actual human being rather than a victim. Almost every film that includes her as a character portrays Sharon as some kind of supernatural being and rarely do they show her outside of the final moments of her life. But from the moment Debra Tate publicly approved of ’Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ I knew it’d be something good, and judging by this interview with Margot Robbie and Quentin Tarantino and the reviews we’ve seen so far – I was right. If you can look past all the stuff that’s on the surface for a second, you’ll see a talented actress who was dedicated to portraying another talented actress as well as a talented director who wanted people to see her in life. That’s more than enough for me. #SharonTate #MargotRobbie #QuentinTarantino #OnceUponATimeInHollywood

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Photos: HQ Update + Paul McCartney concert (July ’19)

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#tv spots with new footage #once upon a time in hollywood

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‚Once Upon A Time In… Hollywood‘: Press/Interviews/Promo (July ’19)

#lucky people from press

#lucky magazine

#some more pics from the press conference

#he didn’t change that much #it’s his boyish babyface #I think

#press junkets #love Margots dress

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Leonardo Dicaprio

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#trailer with some new footage

#all poster of the main characters

‚Once Upon A Time In… Hollywood‘: Press conference (July ’19) + US rating

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA – JULY 12: Leonardo DiCaprio at the „Once Upon A Time In Hollywood“ Press Conference at the Four Seasons Hotel on July 12, 2019 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Vera Anderson/WireImage)

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#Tarantino and Brad were there too of course #sucker for Brad arms
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#US rating

#new interview

At sushi date with Cami Morrone in West Hollywood, 12.07.19
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