Tarantino's 'Once Upon a Time' trailer is not what you expected

Tarantino's 'Once Upon a Time' trailer is not what you expected

The first trailer for Quentin Tarantino's hugely anticipated Once Upon a Time in Hollywood has finally landed online this week and transports Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio back to the 60s.

Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio join forces for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

The star list goes deep, with other actors set to appear in the film including Al Pacino, Kurt Russell, Lena Dunham, the late Luke Perry, and more. For additional coverage, please visit Collider.com and watch Movie Talk every day on this channel. The duo play Rick Dalton and Cliff Booth, a washed-up actor and his long-time stunt double. The film's already being mooted as a likely Oscar-contender, which comes with the Tarantino territory really, and this doesn't do much to dispel that. There's no evidence quite yet that the film will even tackle this specific incident, or if Tarantino will pull the revisionist history card, but seeing them here is tantalizing all the same.

The first poster for the movie was released on March 18 and sees Pitt and DiCaprio dressed in era-appropriate clothing and standing in front of a yellow vehicle, which is in turn pictured in front of the infamous "Hollywood" sign. Tarantino has always been full of masterful movies throughout his career, and this one minute and 45 second teaser trailer seems to show he hasn't lost his touch. The whole thing gives you 1969 L.A.in a series of quick images, all scored in classic Tarantino style to the Los Bravos song "Bring A Little Lovin'".

"Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" opens in theaters on July 26th. The three marquee names are enough to make "Hollywood" one of the biggest movie events of the year for cinephiles.



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