R | | Comedy, Drama
A faded television actor and his stunt double strive to achieve fame and success in the film industry during the final years of Hollywood's Golden Age in 1969 Los Angeles.
Brad Pitt was reportedly in talks for an unspecified role in the film, which was rumored to be a detective investigating the murders, and was eventually turned down by Pitt. Negotiations stopped for a couple months as it was assumed Pitt wasn't interested. Quentin Tarantino then tried to consider Tom Cruise for a role as many assume it was the same role (it has not been confirmed) that Pitt declined but matters never materialized with Cruise. Tarantino then went back to Pitt months later for a role again but this time, the role was confirmed for being the stuntman character, Cliff Booth, which Pitt would sign on to do.
Bounty Law Promo Announcer:
This man is worth 500 dollars. And this man's going to collect. He's Jake Cahill, and he lives by... "Bounty Law".
As Pitt is driving DiCaprio through the streets of LA, in the background you can see green lights indicating the street was closed for the shot as otherwise, Pitt was just driving through red light after red light after red light.
Tim Roth's credit reads "Tim Roth [Cut]". His part was cut from the final film.
In the teaser trailer and the next 2 theatrical trailers some shots from deleted scenes are shown.
English, Italian, Spanish
$41,082,018 28 July 2019
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