Margot Robbie wows in white at Once Upon a Time in Hollywood premiere

Margot Robbie wowed in a white dress at the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood premiere in Los Angeles on Monday night.Some of the film industry’s biggest stars turned out for the premiere of Quentin Tarantino’s latest film, which focuses on the story of TV…

Margot Robbie wowed in a white dress at the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood premiere in Los Angeles on Monday night.

Some of the film industry’s biggest stars turned out for the premiere of Quentin Tarantino’s latest film, which focuses on the story of TV star Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt), as they set out to make names for themselves in the film industry at the time of the Charles Manson murders in Los Angeles in 1969.

Australian actress Margot portrays Sharon Tate in the movie, and for the star-studded event, she opted for a flowing white Chanel number with a deep-V neckline, flowing sleeves and floor-sweeping skirt.

Referencing the time period of the film, the 29-year-old’s hairstylist Bryce Scarlett styled her blonde locks into soft curls, while her make-up artist Pati Dubroff opted for a “hot summer ’70s vibe,” and used Soleil Tan De Chanel Bronzing Make-up Base and the Duo Bronze et Lumiere Clair palette to achieve her bronzed complexion.

Margot accessorised her ensemble with gold chandelier earring and a gold purse.

Meanwhile, Leonardo and Brad both looked handsome in sharp suits, and filmmaker Quentin chose a black suit with a velvet blazer.

Rumer Willis, who plays Joanna Pettet, rocked a beautiful white Grecian gown from Ong-Oaj Pairam and high heels from Christian Louboutin, and was supported by her sisters Scout and Tallulah.

Margaret Qualley, who takes on the part of Pussycat in the film, made it a family affair too, stopping to pose in her sheer Prada dress alongside her father Paul Qualley and sister Rainey.

Rising star Austin Butler, who plays Charles “Tex” Watson, was joined by his girlfriend Vanessa Hudgens, who looked stunning in a black Armani gown, with other castmembers to turn out for the bash included Timothy Olyphant, Rebecca Gayheart, Bruce Dern, and Zoe Bell.

Additionally, celebrities such as Adriana Lima, Rob Lowe, Travis Scott, Snoop Dogg, Pierce Brosnan, Britney Spears, Robin Thicke, John Stamos, Chris Hemsworth, and Sofia Vergara got dressed to the nines for the night as well.

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Kim Dickens eager for more Deadwood movies

Actress Kim Dickens is keen to return to cult Western series Deadwood for another movie adaptation because there’s “so much story to tell”. The Gone Girl star reunited with castmates including Ian McShane and Timothy Olyphant in November (18) to begin…

Actress Kim Dickens is keen to return to cult Western series Deadwood for another movie adaptation because there’s “so much story to tell”.

The Gone Girl star reunited with castmates including Ian McShane and Timothy Olyphant in November (18) to begin production on the long-awaited Deadwood film, 12 years after the Emmy Award-winning show was scrapped by U.S. network bosses at HBO.

Dickens, who played former prostitute Joanie Stubbs on the show, admits finally getting to step back in time to the lawless town of Deadwood, South Dakota in the late 1800s was a real thrill, because they had been teased with the prospect of a movie version for so long.

“From the moment we were prematurely cancelled, we kept hearing rumours like, ‘Oh, they wanna do a couple movies,’ and it would happen for a few years, and then all of a sudden you would hear, ‘Absolutely not, it’s not happening,’ and your dreams were crushed, because we all loved doing it, it was an incredible experience,” she reflected to Collider.com.

“The product speaks for itself, it’s a remarkable piece, but the actual process itself was incredible for us, the actors, working with (creator) David Milch and the writers and just performing together. I mean, that troupe of actors is phenomenal, so we went for years (without hearing anything), and then there’d be another rumour and then it’d be squashed again, so finally they (producers) called and… gave us (production) dates…”

Even so, Dickens didn’t allow herself to get too excited until she was back in costume and about to start shooting.

“I said I wasn’t gonna believe it until I was on set, wearing a top hat, but we did it, and it was great,” she smiled. “I haven’t seen it (finished film), but the script was great, everyone was great. You know, we’re a lot older in it, but that’s good for the story.”

And now she is hopeful fans will love the “perfect” movie as much as the stars enjoyed making it, so they can expand on the franchise even more in the near future.

“I think there’s so much story to tell,” the actress said. “I think it’ll be about the success of this (movie), and… getting everyone together again and David feeling like he’s got the story he wants to write… But we all felt so blessed to be together, I think we’d all love to do it.”

The Deadwood movie, directed by Daniel Minahan, is set to premiere on TV in May (19).

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Production underway on long-awaited Deadwood movie

Actors Ian McShane and Timothy Olyphant are officially heading back to Deadwood to star in a long-awaited movie adaptation of the cult Western series. The Emmy Award-winning show, created by David Milch, was set in the lawless town of Deadwood, South …

Actors Ian McShane and Timothy Olyphant are officially heading back to Deadwood to star in a long-awaited movie adaptation of the cult Western series.

The Emmy Award-winning show, created by David Milch, was set in the lawless town of Deadwood, South Dakota in the 1870s and ran for three seasons on U.S. cable network HBO until it was scrapped in 2006.

Fans have been campaigning for the show’s return in the form of a movie ever since, and three years after HBO producers confirmed they were considering the idea, the film is finally coming to fruition.

On Monday (05Nov18), HBO boss Casey Bloys announced production on a feature-length Deadwood is underway in Los Angeles.

The project, written by Milch, will continue the story featured in the TV series, reuniting the main characters after 10 years “to celebrate South Dakota’s statehood,” as they navigate the changing times.

The film will feature the return of McShane as brothel owner Al Swearengen, and Olyphant as Sheriff Seth Bullock, as well as fellow original co-stars like Anna Gunn, Molly Parker, Paula Malcomson, and John Hawkes.

Daniel Minahan, who directed four episodes of the show during its three-year run, will return to take charge of the movie version, which he will also executive produce alongside Milch, McShane, and Olyphant, among others.

A release date has yet to be set.

McShane had previously shared his hope of returning to Deadwood to wrap up the story for fans, who were left reeling from its shock cancellation 12 years ago.

“Of course I’d love to reprise that (role),” he told Entertainment Weekly. “How could one not, when it was snatched away rather unjustly by a combination of forces we’ll never know about – hubris or money or whatever. But (Deadwood) certainly finished too early.”

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Al Pacino joins Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Al Pacino has been added to the all-star cast of Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming movie Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.The Pulp Fiction director is quickly pulling together an ensemble cast for his new project, which will follow the story of TV star Rick Da…

Al Pacino has been added to the all-star cast of Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming movie Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

The Pulp Fiction director is quickly pulling together an ensemble cast for his new project, which will follow the story of TV star Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt), who are trying to make names for themselves in the film industry at the time of the Charles Manson murders in Los Angeles in 1969.

On Thursday (07Jun18), Variety reported that Pacino is joining the film too and is set to take on the role of Dalton’s agent, Marvin Shwarz. No other details about his character have been announced but the film will mark the first time he has worked with Tarantino.

The Hollywood veteran, known for his performances in The Godfather and Scent of a Woman, recently wrapped production on Martin Scorsese’s mob drama The Irishman, which also stars Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci.

Pacino’s casting news comes shortly after a string of high-profile names were attached to star in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Also joining the cast is Margot Robbie as murdered actress Sharon Tate, Burt Reynolds as ranch owner George Spahn, Damian Lewis as iconic actor Steve McQueen and Dakota Fanning in the part of Lynette ‘Squeaky’ Fromme, the Manson Family devotee who tried to assassinate U.S. President Gerald Ford in 1975.

Emile Hirsch has been cast as Jay Sebring, the hairstylist who was another victim of what became known as the Tate murders, and Luke Perry is set to portray Scott Lancer.

Nicholas Hammond has been cast as director Sam Wanamaker and Tarantino regulars Michael Madsen, Tim Roth and Keith Jefferson have landed supporting roles, while Timothy Olyphant and Kurt Russell are also set to appear.

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is slated for release in August 2019.

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