Once Upon a Time in Hollywood First Official Look!

by - January 29, 2019

This is a film that is on many people's most anticipated film of the year, and we are only starting to get a first look at it now. Vanity Fair have released the first photos from the set of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and it is time to break them down.

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019) - photo source: Vanity Fair
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019) - photo source: Vanity Fair

This first shot in the article is a behind-the-scenes look at the set, and already we can get a lot of details from it. This already feels like a western/classic Hollywood film, but one that Tarantino has his fingerprints all over. It is great to see Tarantino at work on set, as I love seeing the way that directors work on set. The setting looks gorgeous and the cigarette shot feels like something that would be seen in the 50s and 60s cinema.

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019) - photo source: Vanity Fair
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019) - photo source: Vanity Fair

This film has a star-studded cast, and one casting choice that is exciting to see is Margot Robbie as the role of Sharon Tate. This shot isn't just a great shot of Robbie in the role, but also the setting. I love the small details they have already captured just in this photo, particularly the look of the donut store. Robbie also looks like she was pulled from the 60s, with the monochromatic theme and sharp edges of the costume and the eye-catching boots. The dark costume also stands out from the bright background, and we know from Tarantino that this bright background is not a match on the tone of the movie.

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019) - photo source: Vanity Fair
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019) - photo source: Vanity Fair

Out of everyone that is starring in the film, the star of the show has got to be Leonardo DiCaprio in the role of Dalton. These TV show sequences are going to provide not only background to the story and history of the events that happened in 1969, but also potentially provide some lighter comedy to the very dark and gruesome film. This not only encapsulates the 1960s in fashion and TV, but also just looks absolutely fantastic. Whether I cannot comment on whether this is accurate to what happened or what it looked like, this just looks fantastic from the get go.

What do you make of the photos provided from Vanity Fair? Are you excited to see Once Upon a Time in Hollywood? Let me know in the comments below.

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