The poster showcases Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt posing against a passé yellow auto, with the iconic Hollywood hills in the backdrop.
Margot Robbie is now what I would deem as "Hollywood's It Girl". The image depicts both his and Brad Pitt's characters posted up in front of the Hollywood sign, gazing into the horizon.
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But, if Rick Dalton and Cliff Booth are the main characters, why even bother trying to tie in the Sharon Tate story?
Despite the outrage by some, many Tarantino followers shared their excitement for the film when he shared the poster on his Instagram account.
That's a lot to chew on, but what's been clear from the descriptions and casting thus far is Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is a film about, well, Hollywood. In August 1969, the Manson Family stormed the Los Angeles residence of Sharon Tate and Roman Polanski (who was away filming), and killed her and four others present at the house. We're not entirely sure how those two plotlines will reconcile themselves - we hardly know anything about Once Upon a Time, period! - but word on the street suggests this one will be a twisty, complex affair along the lines of Pulp Fiction.