Category: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

One Upon a Time in Hollywood Captures

One Upon a Time in Hollywood Captures

I added 2480 Blu-Ray Screen Captures for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Many thank to Ann at dakota-fanning.net for donating them.


Deleted Scene

Here’s a deleted scene from Once Upon a TIme in Hollywood. Dalton talks to show lead Sam Wanamaker (Nicholas Hammond) about the ingénue he’s just encountered — an exchange that was improvised between DiCaprio and Hammond.

“She’s really 8 years old?” Dalton asks Wanamaker? “I coulda sworn she had some kinda growth deficiency or something. Those things that were coming out of her mouth.”

“No,” laughs Wanamaker. “We didn’t get her off the Wizard of Oz set. She wasn’t one of the munchkins.”

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is now available on digital and arrives on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD on Dec. 10.

When Leonardo DiCaprio got fired and Brad Pitt almost did

Leonardo DiCaprio’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood co-star had no idea who he was

Leonardo DiCaprio is one of the biggest actors in the world, having been in the industry for more than three decades. But it turns out that being an Oscar winning star isn’t quite enough, as his Once Upon A Time In Hollywood co-star had absolutely no idea who he was. Yes, seriously. Actress Julia Butters was asked what it was like working with the 44-year-old, and admitted she wasn’t all that familiar with his work. Have you not seen Titanic? Romeo + Juliet? Inception? The Departed not ringing any bells? In a chat with Variety, the 12-year-old confessed: ‘I thought he was a musician.’

But she’s now realized what the rest of the world already knew – that he’s amazing. At one point in the film, her character had to whisper in his ear, telling him ‘that was the best acting I’ve ever seen in my whole life.’ Discussing the scene, Julia said: ‘He’s such a great actor, so I wasn’t really reciting a line. It was mostly coming from me. ‘It wasn’t anything like, “Oh, my gosh. I’m going to go whisper something in Leonardo DiCaprio’s ear.” It was more like, “I’m going to recite this line and whisper in my friend’s ear.”’ But Leo isn’t the only one she was in the dark over, as the American Housewife star only knew Brad Pitt because of his ‘handsome face’.

Why Leonardo DiCaprio Made Everyone Stop Swearing On ‘Once Upon a Time In Hollywood’

Why Leonardo DiCaprio Made Everyone Stop Swearing On ‘Once Upon a Time In Hollywood’

The new Quentin Tarintino movie — Once Upon a Time In Hollywood — has one scene-stealing moment and it’s got nothing to do with Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt or Leonardo DiCaprio. The best actor in the movie is without a doubt ten-year-old Julia Butters. In the movie, Butters plays a young actress starring in a western with DiCaprio’s washed-up actor character; Rick Dalton. Without ruining anything, let’s just say her scenes are the most heartwarming thing you can see in a movie that is also about the Manson family murders. But the real news is that apparently Leo and Julie Butters became such good buddies that the veteran actor actually told people on set to stop dropping f-bombs around the kid.

Speaking to Esquire, Butters said Leonardo DiCaprio was “protective” of her and specifically made people tone-down their language.

“When all the other guys were swearing, he would say, ‘Whoa, hey, whoa.’ And then he turned to my mom and I and he said, ‘I’m going to keep these guys in line.’ So he gave them a talking to about not swearing in front of the child.”

Butters also said she loved her scenes with the late-Luke Perry, who she described as being “fatherly,” and said she gave him a piece of pottery that Perry told her he would “cherish forever.”

All in all, despite some of its subject matter, Once Upon a Time In Hollywood is an oddly upbeat movie and the scenes in which Julia Butter’s character motivates Rick Dalton (DiCaprio) to overcome his self-esteem issues will make even the hardest of hearts melt a little bit. And the real-life tenderness behind-the-scenes just makes it all the more likable. Leonardo DiCaprio is not a father in real life, but it seems like if he ever became one, he’d be great at it.

What Leonardo DiCaprio Has Learned About Brad Pitt

The “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” actor gushes over his famous costar at the premiere of Quentin Tarantino’s 9th film

The Today Show

NBC’s Harry Smith chats with Leonardo DiCaprio, Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt and Quentin Tarantino on their upcoming film, “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.”

Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio Reminisce Together on Their Growing Pains Beginnings