Quentin Taratino Describes Brad Pitt and Leonardo Dicaprio’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood Characters

We’re just over two months away from another Quentin Tarantino film. This time around the famed writer and director is set to explore Los Angeles in the late 1960s with Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.

Tarantino was recently interviewed by USAToday and revealed a little bit about the characters played by A-listers Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt. You can check out what he had to say below.

Leonardo Dicaprio’s Rick Dalton:

“A man full of inner turmoil and self-pity for not being in a better position, career-wise. But as is Rick’s way, he blames everybody but himself.”

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Brad Pitt’s Cliff Booth:

“Indestructible…World War II hero and one of the deadliest guys alive. He could kill you with a spoon, a piece of paper or a business card. Consequently, he is a rather Zen dude who is troubled by very little.”

While I have little doubt both Pitt and Dicaprio will be great, as will the film, at this point I am more intrigued by what Pitt is going to do with his character. I wouldn’t say that Tarantino is my favorite director, but I do love his films, which have a certain esque about them. The guy is really good at what he does, and what he does is make really cool films that are extremely quotable due to the very natural sounding dialogue.

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood hits theaters July 26.

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Source: USA Today (via /Film)

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