Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is an unabashedly glorious study of the washed-up actor. Both DiCaprio and Pitt are equally intriguing and lovable, but as expected, the events of the Tate murders, and Tate herself are relegated to mere background noise, and it doesn't quite fit.
Australian actor Margot Robbie will star in new Nazi revenge thriller Ruin, shooting in Prague this Spring.
FINALLY, a trailer has dropped for the much anticipated and star studded Once Upon a Time in Hollywood - the ninth film by Quentin Tarantino.
I, Tonya is a ballsy biopic that captures its foul-mouthed figure skater with effortless ease. Remarkable performances from both Margot Robbie and Allison Janney, and a whole lot of ice skating, obviously.
The new red band trailer for the darkly comedic biopic I, Tonya shows the real story behind the controversial figure skater.
So there's so much happening in the DCE universe that it's almost hard to keep up. We've got Wonder Woman coming out next year, followed closely by Justice League - let's hope that these two films will restore our faith in the DCE universe after the 'mixed' reviews of Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad. There was also news a while back that Margot Robbie would be getting her own Harley Quinn spin-off movie, because let's face it, she was the coolest thing about Suicide Squad.
6.5/10 The latest from the DC Entertainment universe films certainly had a lot of hype and hope from comic book fans, more so after the slaughter of Batman v Superman. Suicide Squad or just ‘Skwad’ as it's been dubbed on social media, is a fun and somewhat thrilling ride into the world of DC supervillains, and that’s about it. Nothing profound going on here, just a fun superhero movie. But that’s ok, isn’t it?