When watching Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Trailer 2, my confidence in the upcoming movie was born from the high-billed impressive cast propping it up. I hope it does not become “too many cooks” where, despite the potential, it becomes a significant dud. Although, I’m struggling to think of a movie where Leonardo DiCaprio has made a terrible decision in his filmography (don’t say Titanic). Also, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is directed by the one, the only Quentin Tarantino. Anyway, the film is currently on the festival run, and so far, it has rave reviews, with The Guardian giving it five stars.
Here is Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Trailer 2:
And in case you are not privy to the premise, here it is courtesy of Wikipedia:
In 1969 Los Angeles, a television actor and his stunt double embark on an odyssey to make a name for themselves in the film industry. Featuring a large ensemble cast, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood weaves “multiple storylines in a tribute to the final moments of Hollywood’s golden age.
The last film I saw Brad Pitt was in War Machine, which is probably his weirdest performance to date, outside of his stony acting in Allied. But based on the reviews, he looks to be back to himself, playing alongside the malleable Margot Robbie, who is turning out to be one of the best of our time, taking on any role, adding to her diversity.
It’s also worth noting that this is the first film Quentin Tarantino has released without any ties to Harvey Weinstein, after cutting ties with his company before release.
Anyway, enough hype-building, what do you think of the second trailer? Do you think it will hit your expectations after the early glowing reviews? Let us know in the comments below.