Quentin Tarantino has a history of working with the same actors, and once you’re in one of his movies, you’re likely to come back at least once. Just ask Samuel L. Jackson. And now, add Leonardo DiCaprio to the list as Tarantino brings DiCaprio back fro his still-untitled movie set against the backdrop of the Manson Family murders.

DiCaprio will be in the movie is still unanswered, as the movie’s plot is still being kept under wraps, although it will apparently have Tarantino’s signature plot structure of telling separate of but connected stories out of order.

Also on the board to be cast in the movie are Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt, and Al Pacino. And there may be some sort of a reunion in the works with Margot Robbie reportedly signed on to play Tate.

The movie is scheduled to debut August 9th, 2019, the 50th-year anniversary of the murders, which is a usually quick pace for Tarantino, who recently decided on embarking on the Star Trek franchise.

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