Published Jan 12, 2018Before potentially ending his career with an R-rated Star Trek movie, Quentin Tarantino plans to forge ahead with a movie about the Manson family murders. Now, it looks as if the project has it's first big name attached in Leonardo DiCaprio.
According to Deadline, Leo is closing in on a deal to star in the film. Sadly, he won't be playing Charles Manson. Instead, rumour has it he'll play an aging actor. The film is set in 1969, and will reportedly feature multiple storylines similar to Pulp Fiction.
Tarantino has reportedly asked Margot Robbie to play the role of Sharon Tate, and Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise are both in consideration for significant roles.
Expect more news from the film to emerge soon. After all, Sony has already given it a release date of August 9, 2019.