Quentin Tarantino's next movie will reportedly be about the Manson Murders

Quentin Tarantino Prepping New Movie Tackling Manson Murders (Exclusive)

Quentin Tarantino Prepping New Movie Tackling Manson Murders (Exclusive)

Mr. Tarantino is nearly finished writing the script, according to the report, and actors including Brad Pitt and Jennifer Lawrence have been approached.

In 1971, Manson and several of his followers were sentenced to life in prison in 1971 for multiple murders.

The Oscar-winning director is finishing up a script about Charles Manson's cult and the killings that occurred in the late '60s, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Today, The Hollywood Reporter said it's heard from sources that Tarantino's next film will be about the Manson Family murders, and he is reportedly talking with big-name actors about appearing in it. However, casting Brad Pitt might not be as hard considering he already starred in Inglorious Basterds and just might be down for starring in another Tarantino flick. First of all, this is Tarantino's first film based on true events.

And with the Tarantino name comes his usual cabal of movie stars: Brad Pitt, possibly Jennifer Lawrence, who was in talks to play Daisy Domergue in The Hateful Eight, and now Margot Robbie.

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On August 8 -- when Polanski was in Europe working on a new project -- the criminals entered the house and murdered five people, including Tate, who was eight months pregnant with her first child.

It's also easy to foresee Tarantino finding an entirely new angle on Charles Manson, who has become something of a bogeyman in the years following his incarceration. Although no date has been revealed, THR reported the project may begin filming somewhere around the summer of 2018.

Quentin Tarantino's next film will explore one of the most infamous murders of all time.

Tarantino is known for his unique style of writing and directing, often using the same actors across different films, including Samuel L. Jackson, Uma Thurman, Tim Roth, Zoe Bell, Christoph Waltz and Michael Madsen.

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