Leonardo DiCaprio to star in Quentin Tarantino's new film

The first casting domino for the UNTITLED 9th QUENTIN TARANTINO FILM has fallen, folks! Leonardo DiCaprio has officially signed on for whatever the DJANGO UNCHAINED director has cooking with regard to his mysterious new feature set in Los Angeles during the Summer of '69, when the infamous Manson Murders changed the face of murder and criminal psychology as we know it.

The yet-to-be-titled project will be Tarantino's ninth directorial effort, with Sony having set a release date of August 9, 2019 for the highly-anticipated picture. Should the movie release on time, it will coincide with the 50-year anniversary of the Manson-related atrocity. DiCaprio will play an aging actor in a story that is very much being kept under lock and key by Tarantino and his partners. Other actors who've been considered for the project are Margot Robbie (who would play Sharon Tate), Brad Pitt, and Tom Cruise. Obviously, each would act in a significant role when telling Tarantino's twisted tale of serial murder and a summer that history will never forget.

Are you pumped to know that DiCaprio will once again re-team with Tarantino for this project? Will he be cast as Manson himself, or does the PULP FICTION director have other plans for Hollywood's versatile golden boy? Stay close for more news about the film as it develops. 



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