Once Upon a Time in Hollywood: the Full Cast For Quentin Tarantino's Manson Movie
There's no telling how Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood will be received when it comes out next year, but make no mistake — it will have one of the best casts of all time. The film, which follows a TV star and his stunt double as they navigate Hollywood during the time of the infamous Charles Manson murders in 1969, is full of heavy hitters like Leonardo DiCaprio, Margot Robbie, Al Pacino, and more. In addition to fictional characters, the film will include real-life figures — Sharon Tate, Jay Sebring, Steve McQueen — so it will certainly be interesting to see how the boundary-pushing Tarantino handles the material. Check out the full cast ahead.
The I, Tonya actress will be portraying murdered starlet Sharon Tate.
Brad Pitt is set to play Cliff Booth, a stunt double for a struggling TV actor.
The frequent Tarantino collaborator is playing said struggling TV actor, Rick Dalton, who teams up with Cliff to make a name for themselves in Hollywood.
In addition to starring in The Alienist, the 24-year-old will play Manson Family member Squeaky Fromme, who attempted to assassinate President Gerald Ford in 1975.
After two seasons playing a lovable dad on Riverdale, Luke Perry has signed on to play Scott Lancer in Tarantino's thriller.
The Arrow and The Carrie Diaries star is set to star in an unknown role.
Dunham will be making her feature film debut in Tarantino's thriller, though her role is not yet known.
Clifton Collins Jr.
The Westworld alum joined the cast as a character called "Ernesto The Mexican Vaquero."
The Hateful Eight's Kurt Russell is set to appear in an unknown role.
The 20-year-old daughter of Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke will be adding Tarantino's film to her list of projects, which includes a stint on Stranger Things and the PBS series Little Women.
Emile Hirsch is playing hairstylist Jay Sebring, one of the murder victims of the Manson Family.
The Chilean-born actress will star in an unknown role.
Timothy Olyphant is no stranger to gruesome projects, thanks to Santa Clarita Diet and Justified, so being in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood should be a breeze.
The Billions star will portray actor Steve McQueen.
The legendary actor took on the role of George Spahn after the death of Burt Reynolds, who was originally cast for the film.
Al Pacino has signed on to play Marvin Shwarz. Seriously — how amazing is this cast?!
Tim Roth's role has yet to be revealed, but you can bet he'll bring his signature intensity to the film.