First Plot Details Arrive For Quentin Tarantino’s Ninth Feature

First Plot Details Arrive For Quentin Tarantino’s Ninth Feature

For as popular as he’s become Quentin Tarantino is only coming up on his ninth big feature, but at the very least we now have an idea of just a few plot details that might tide us over until we’re allowed to know more.  Tarantino’s films usually border on the psychotic at times but always pull back just enough to be called masterful. His love of old school cinema blended with his unique style have made him one of the most sought after directors in Hollywood and one of the spot on favorites of many fans that absolutely love his sense of style. He’s also not apologetic in how he portrays his films which is always refreshing, preferring to smack the viewer in the face, metaphorically-speaking, with something they weren’t expecting rather than give them the same old thing time and again.

In this upcoming film a lot of people are already on the bandwagon thinking that Charles Manson, who passed away just days ago, is going to be a prominent figure in this film. Tarantino has already gone on record stating that this won’t be so. The film will be set in LA in the same year that Manson and his followers committed the Tate murders, but that point in history will serve as more of a backdrop than the main plot for the story. Tarantino is already talking to stars such as Margot Robbie to play Sharon Tate, and with two lead roles in the film he’s been having talks with Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise, and Leonardo DiCaprio.

People might be saying that he’s either starred in or been a part of many upon many films, but Quentin Tarantino can only lay complete claim to eight films at this point. Those are the well-renowned Pulp Fiction, Django Unchained, Kill Bill Vol. 1 and 2, Jackie Brown, Deathproof, and the Hateful Eight. He’s co-directed on several others and been a part of other films in many ways, but these eight are entirely his when it comes to directing. That might not seem like much but when you take into account the massive success he had with each film and how each of them gained a cult following not too long after their release that’s a major feather in his cap and a good reason why he’s such a popular director.

This next film seems like it’s set to go a bit dark, but that’s the norm for a Tarantino flick and that’s what people have come to expect. Margot Robbie will be a new addition however if she agrees to come on as Sharon Tate, while DiCaprio and Pitt are no strangers to working with Tarantino. Tom Cruise would be a new addition to his stable of actors but I get the feeling that if Cruise did come in it would be a one and done, not because of any ill feelings but more because of the fact that Cruise is just like anyone else, he has his favorites that he likes to work with. But I could be wrong of course.

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