Leonardo DiCaprio To Star In Quentin Tarantino’s Manson Family Movie Possibly With Pacino And Pitt
Two months ago, we learned that Quentin Tarantino had finished writing the script for the unnamed movie about the real-life story of the Manson Family murders. Today we find out that Leonardo DiCaprio will star in the film and play an “aging actor,” but no other details about Leo’s upcoming character were divulged. This new role reunites Tarantino with DiCaprio, who played plantation-owner Calvin Candie in Quentin’s Django Unchained.
Speaking of reunions, DiCaprio may be reunited with his former The Wolf of Wall Street co-star Margot Robbie, who is rumored to be Tarantino’s first pick to play Sharon Tate in the movie. Leonardo may also be reunited with Tarantino favorite Samuel L. Jackson, who is expected to “play a lead in the film.” Tarantino allegedly already met with Brad Pitt and Jennifer Lawrence about starring in the film, plus Tom Cruise and Al Pacino are a possibility to be cast in the movie.