The last time Leonardo and the two-time Oscar victor collaborated was in 2012 on Tarantino's critically-acclaimed western, which amassed $425.4M at the worldwide box office. It is set during the time of the Manson murder spree that terrorized Los Angeles in the 1960s and 70s.
Previous reports suggested Tarantino was eyeing Margot Robbie, who co-starred with DiCaprio in The Wolf of Wall Street, to play Sharon Tate. The pair previously worked together on Tarantino's bloody western, Django Unchained. Margot is clearly enjoying her steady rise to fame while she is now doing press for her critically acclaimed film, I, Tonya, where she plays former ice skater Tonya Harding. Although Tarantino's work hasn't always been loved by The Academy, he has already won two Oscars to date for his screenwriting. We'll have to wait, mind, as the film's still in production and not due to hit cinemas until 2019 - the studio has apparently set a 9 August release date, to chillingly coincide with the 50th anniversary of the murders of Tate and her friends by the Manson family.
Ibaka, Johnson receive one-game suspensions
Ellington then made a tough layup to give the Heat a 90-89 lead with just 0.3 seconds left, eventually becoming the game-winner. Guard Tyler Johnson missed the Raptors' game because of a left shoulder strain and he is listed as questionable for tonight.
Thousands Stranded in a Swiss Resort
Heavy snowfall closed down the famed Zermatt resort in Switzerland Tuesday, leaving almost 13,000 tourists stranded there. The resort has a total of 13,400 tourist beds, including 7,200 in hotels and 6,200 in apartments.