Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

David Heyman | Shannon McIntosh | Quentin Tarantino

In Los Angeles in 1969, aging TV star Rick Dalton and his longtime stunt double Cliff Booth struggle to make their way around an industry and a city they hardly recognize anymore.

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Heading into the awards season this year, it felt like “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” might end up being the film to beat. However, then “1917” and “Parasite” came on the scene and started winning everything. Now, “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” is still apart of the Big Three, remaining in the conversation, but being overshadowed by those other two films, which have been sweeping the season thus far. I personally would not count on “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” winning, but it could take some other awards. Right now, Brad Pitt is the front-runner for Best Actor in a Supporting Role as is the Production Design team behind the film. I think Quentin even has a very good shot of winning Best Original Screenplay because the Academy loves his writing and it’s a great script.

David Heyman

2013 (86th)Best Picture“Gravity”NOMINEE

Shannon McIntosh

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Quentin Tarantino

1994 (67th)Best Directing“Pulp Fiction”NOMINEE
1994 (67th)Best Original Screenplay“Pulp Fiction”WON
2009 (82nd)Best Directing“Inglourious Basterds”NOMINEE
2009 (82nd)Best Original Screenplay“Inglourious Basterds”NOMINEE
2012 (85th)Best Original Screenplay“Django Unchained”WON

Quentin Taratino

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Written by Quentin Tarantino

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Leonardo DiCaprio

Known for his leading role in the Western series “Bounty Law,” aging TV star Rick Dalton struggles to find his footing in an ever-changing Hollywood where he’s now a supporting man known only from his glory days as a TV cowboy.

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Leonardo DiCaprio

1993 (66th)Best Actor in a Supporting Role“What’s Eating Gilbert Grape”NOMINEE
2004 (77th)Best Actor in a Leading Role“The Aviator”NOMINEE
2006 (79th)Best Actor in a Leading Role“Blood Diamond”NOMINEE
2013 (86th)Best Actor in a Leading Role“The Wolf of Wall Street”NOMINEE
2013 (86th)Best Picture“The Wolf of Wall Street”NOMINEE
2015 (88th)Best Actor in a Leading Role“The Revenant”WON

Brad Pitt

Cliff Booth is a longtime stunt man who embodies cool and leisurely experiences what Los Angeles has to offer in 1969, all while continuing to support and work for aging actor actor Rick Dalton.

FRONT-RUNNER

Brad Pitt

1995 (68th)Best Actor in a Supporting Role“12 Monkeys”NOMINEE
2008 (81st)Best Actor in a Leading Role“The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”NOMINEE
2011 (84th)Best Actor in a Leading Role“Moneyball”NOMINEE
2011 (84th)Best Picture“Moneyball”NOMINEE
2013 (86th)Best Picture“12 Years A Slave”WON
2015 (88th)Best Picture“The Big Short”NOMINEE

Robert Richardson

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Robert Richardson

1986 (59th)Best Cinematography“Platoon”NOMINEE
1989 (62nd)Best Cinematography“Born on the Fourth of July”NOMINEE
1991 (64th)Best Cinematography“JFK”WON
1999 (72nd)Best Cinematography“Snow Falling on Cedars”NOMINEE
2004 (77th)Best Cinematography“The Aviator”WON
2009 (82nd)Best Cinematography“Inglourious Basterds”NOMINEE
2011 (84th)Best Cinematography“Hugo”WON
2012 (85th)Best Cinematography“Django Unchained”NOMINEE
2015 (88th)Best Cinematography“The Hateful Eight”NOMINEE

Arianne Phillips

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Arianne Phillips

2005 (78th)Best Costume Design“Walk The Line”NOMINEE
2011 (84th)Best Costume Design“W.E.”NOMINEE

Production Design: Barbara Ling
Set Decoration: Nancy Haigh

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Barbara Ling

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Nancy Haigh

1991 (64th)Best Art Direction“Barton Fink”NOMINEE
1991 (64th)Best Art Direction“Bugsy”WON
1994 (67th)Best Art Direction“Forrest Gump”NOMINEE
2002 (75th)Best Art Direction“Road to Perdition”NOMINEE
2006 (79th)Best Art Direction“Dreamgirls”NOMINEE
2010 (83rd)Best Art Direction“True Grit”NOMINEE
2016 (89th)Best Production Design“Hail, Caesar!”NOMINEE

Wylie Stateman

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Wylie Stateman

1989 (62nd)Best Sound“Born on the Fourth of July”NOMINEE
1993 (66th)Best Sound Effects Editing“Cliffhanger”NOMINEE
2005 (78th)Best Sound Editing“Memoirs of a Geisha”NOMINEE
2008 (81st)Best Sound Editing“Wanted”NOMINEE
2009 (82nd)Best Sound Editing“Inglourious Basterds”NOMINEE
2012 (85th)Best Sound Editing“Django Unchained”NOMINEE
2013 (86th)Best Sound Editing“Lone Survivor”NOMINEE
2016 (89th)Best Sound Editing“Deepwater Horizon”NOMINEE

Michael Minkler | Christian P. Minkler | Mark Ulano

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Michael Minkler

1979 (52nd)Best Sound“The Electric Horseman”NOMINEE
1980 (53rd)Best Sound“Altered States”NOMINEE
1982 (55th)Best Sound“Tron”NOMINEE
1985 (58th)Best Sound“A Chorus Line”NOMINEE
1989 (62nd)Best Sound“Born on the Fourth of July”NOMINEE
1991 (64th)Best Sound“JFK”NOMINEE
1993 (66th)Best Sound“Cliffhanger”NOMINEE
2001 (74th)Best Sound“Black Hawk Down”WON
2002 (75th)Best Sound“Chicago”WON
2006 (79th)Best Sound Mixing“Dreamgirls”WON
2009 (82nd)Best Sound Mixing“Inglourious Basterds”NOMINEE

Christian P. Minkler

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Mark Ulano

1997 (70th)Best Sound“Titanic”WON
2009 (82nd)Best Sound Mixing“Inglourious Basterds”NOMINEE

RELEASE DATE
July 26, 2019

DIRECTOR
Quentin Tarantino

SCREENPLAY
Quentin Tarantino

STUDIO
Columbia Pictures

R
(for language throughout, some strong graphic violence, drug use, and sexual references)

COMEDY
DRAMA

161 minutes

OSCARS CHALLENGE
Viewed on February 8, 2020
4K ULTRA HD

FILMS LEFT

4

DAYS LEFT

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