Quentin Tarantino Planning Movie Inspired by Charles Manson

Quentin Tarantino Planning Movie Inspired by Charles Manson

Quentin Tarantino Planning Movie Inspired by Charles Manson

Tarantino is behind the script and as mentioned above, the now untitled film will be based on the horrific event where Sharon Tate and several others were brutally murdered by Charles Manson and his followers in 1969. Rather, Tarantino reportedly is thinking about having his "Inglorious Basterds" star play a detective who investigated the notorious 1969 murders that terrorized Los Angeles and shocked the country.

For his next movie, Quentin Tarantino is tackling one of history's most infamous crime sprees - the Manson Family murders.

Charles Manson was a cult leader who ordered his followers to kill her and others in four locations between July-August 1969. Now, with eight films behind him-the last was 2015's The Hateful Eight-the director has set his sights on his penultimate project. Actress Sharon Tate was eight-and-a-half months pregnant at the time of the murder, and the scene, as detailed in the book Helter Skelter, was particularly horrific.

Samuel L. Jackson, with whom Tarantino frequently collaborated in the past, is also likely to play a major role in the Manson murders movie.

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Manson and other members of his cult were sentenced to life imprisonment, where he remains to this day aged 82.

For Tarantino, who says he is expecting to retire after his next two films, this project may serve as a bit of a challenge for the veteran director who has previously only dealt with fictional subject matter. The director is already in talks with "A-list" actors for the film, which is expected to begin shooting in 2018.

Tarantino has always been interested in eschewing historical accuracy in favor of puncturing assumptions about film genres and, in particular, the mechanics of violence.

But just on its very basic level, this is potentially a massively intriguing project, when you consider that Tarantino has yet to work on a movie based on real-life events.

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