Leonardo DiCaprio To Star In Quentin Tarantino's Upcoming Charles Manson Movie

Leonardo Di Caprio Set For Quentin Tarantino #9

Leonardo DiCaprio To Star In Quentin Tarantino's New Movie

Leonardo DiCaprio will reunite with filmmaker Quentin Tarantino to star in the untitled Charles Manson movie, an individual with knowledge of the project tells TheWrap. The studio has set an August 9, 2019, release date.

Leonardo DiCaprio has been cast in Quentin Tarantino's upcoming ninth movie.

According to Deadline, the Manson movie will be an ensemble movie (Tarantino's specialty) similar to his hit film Pulp Fiction.

According to Deadline, the 43-year-old Oscar victor nabbed one of the "two meaty male roles" circled by Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt, which was referred to only as an 'aging actor'.

Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt are also said to be in talks for two major roles in the film while a part has also been written for Al Pacino, who is yet to sign on. DiCaprio and Tarantino last worked together on "Django Unchained". The Academy Award-winning actor is in talks to star in the now untitled project about Charles Manson and the Manson family murders. Rumor has it that Margot Robbie from Scorsese's Wolf On Wall Street will take the role as Tate. He had been serving a life sentence for ordering the murders of nine people including actress Sharon Tate.

Sony declined to comment on the report. Should DiCaprio join the project, it will be his first film since starring in 2015's "The Revenant" directed by Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu which earned him a Best Actor award at the 2016 Oscars.

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