First Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Clip Introduces Kurt Russell as Stuntman Randy




Once upon a time in Hollywood on theaters next week and shared by Leonardo DiCaprio the first clip. Quentin Tarantino is extremely proud of his upcoming film and what he has done with his actors and his team. After working hard to prepare a montage for Cannes, the director took it back and started tinkering a bit more with his original montage. That said, Tarantino has a ton of unused footage, which could eventually be used for a miniseries of Netflix, if the director believes that's right.

In the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood clip, the Randy character of Kurt Russell, stunt coordinator, is not a fan of Brad Pitt's stuntman , Cliff Booth. Rick Dalton and Cliff of Leonardo DiCaprio form a team and Dalton tries to convince Randy to keep him on the project. As soon as the situation is about to warm up, the clip ends and we wonder if Dalton is holding on to his weapons, or if he is shooting with Cliff. It does not appear that Cliff is working on this project.

Quentin Tarantino was recently criticized for having Margot Robbie as Sharon Tate in the film and not telling him too much about his male co-stars. . In Cannes, Tarantino is a bit bitten with a reporter when he was asked about it, but he maintains that his role was not supposed to be so important. The director had this to say about Tate's place in Once upon a time in Hollywood .

"The problem is that she is unfortunately a woman who was defined I did not want to tell the story of Sharon Tate, but I wanted to find out who she was this person, doing some research on her, she seems almost too good to be true of all who knew her, so there is a lot of verbal historical evidence about her, she seems to be one of those who are too nice for this kind of person. "

That being said, Quentin Tarantino added other elements to those of Margot Robbie. Sharon Tate to the movie, but she still does not have much dialogue, which was a design. "I thought it would be both touching and enjoyable and as sad and melancholy as spending a little time with her, just to exist," Tarantino said. He did not need to play a bigger role and said, "It was just a day in the life." It's a day in the life of all three, this Saturday in February. " Tarantino has always claimed that the film would not directly affect Charles Manson or Sharon Tate.

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Once upon a time in Hollywood was released in the theater on July 26. Quentin Tarantino is busy promoting the film, but he has plenty of ideas on what he wants to do next, including a television series based on the fictional fictional Western Bounty Law of the film, in which plays Rick Dalton, Leonardo DiCaprio. made with movies, but television could be Tarantino's next project. You can watch the clip Once upon a time in Hollywood below, thanks to Leonardo DiCaprio's Twitter account.

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