Leonardo DiCaprio and Margot Robbie are set to reunite on the big screen.
DiCaprio is negotiating for a leading role in Quentin Tarantino's secretive 1969-set ensemble drama, according to The Hollywood Reporter. A spokesperson for production company Sony declined to confirm the talks.
Dicaprio and Tarantino previously worked together on Django Unchained, for which DiCaprio earned a Golden Globe nomination for his portrayal of sadistic plantation owner Calvin Candie.
Tarantino's currently-untitled project has also been courting Tom Cruise and Jennifer Lawrence for a period drama that will somehow centre on the real-life murder of Sharon Tate (who is reportedly going to be played by Robbie).
The filmmaker has previously denied that it will be a biopic about Charles Mansonand his criminal Manson family, but rather provocatively picked a August 9, 2019 release date for the US.
That date will be the 50th anniversary Manson Family's infamous murders of Hollywood starlet Sharon Tate and four of her friends at the home she shared with husband Roman Polanski.
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