The film of Tarantino is under fire from the sister of Sharon Tate.
Margot Robbie is negotiating for the role play of the murdered Sharon Tate to play in Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. The director has reportedly had a meeting with Robbie to take on the role of talking. The conversation was last summer. Tarantino has never officially the role offered, but that will soon change, according to Deadline. That site reports that Robbie, who recently an Oscar nomination received for I, Tonya, a offer has been given.
If she logs on, she adds in with a cast full of stars such as Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt. With those two, she was already seen in Wolf of Wall Street.
The new movie of Tarantino – his first for Sony Pictures – will go about the cult of Charles Manson and the killing spree of 1969. This was Tate, the then pregnant wife of Roman Polanski, one of the victims.
DiCaprio plays Rick Dalton, an older western tv star, and Pitt is set to make his old stunt double, Cliff Booth, to play.
The character of DiCaprio happens to live next to actress Tate.
The film, Tarantino has come under fire. Tate’s sister Debra accuses Tarantino the 50th anniversary of her death next year to exploit for his movie to promote.
Also the horror film The Haunting of Sharon Tate by Hilary Duff, that the late model follows in the days prior to her murder, it must, moreover, pay for it. But Debra is the project of Kate Bosworth approved. In a film directed by Michael Polish, she plays also Sharon Tate. “At last I have filmmakers found who are interested in the story of my sister Sharon,” wrote Debra last week in a statement. “Other projects were a real source of pain for their insensitivity and gross exploitation of my sister.”