Margot Robbie Confirmed for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Margot Robbie Confirmed for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Margot Robbie Confirmed for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Margot Robbie is now in negotiations to play the role of actress Sharon Tate in the film, Deadline reported Tuesday. On Tuesday, Deadline reported that Robbie has been offered the role and is now in negotiations for it.

Robbie joins a cast that so far includes Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt, in a story set in 1969 Los Angeles during the last days of the hippie movement.

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Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt have already been announced to play television star Rick Dalton and his long-time stunt double Cliff Booth, respectively. Robbie is coming off of her own Oscar-nominated turn, for I, Tonya, her first nomination.

The Australian bombshell is set to play Sharon Tate, one of the murder victims and also the neighbor of Rick Dalton, a former Western TV series star struggling to make ends meet in Hollywood in 1969.

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There had been talks that the film would link to the murder of Sharon Tate by the Manson family. It's the first film Tarantino will shoot since severing ties with the Weinstein Company. Both are struggling to make it in a Hollywood they don't recognize anymore.

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While plot details for the film are still fairly thin on the ground, it sounds as though it won't focus exclusively around Manson or Tate, but will be more a tapestry of lives set against the late 60s LA backdrop.

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