Brad Pitt for Los Angeles Times

Sunday, Jan 26, 2020

Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio and Quentin Tarantino talked to Los Angeles Times about making Once Upon a Time in… Hollywood and much, much more. Read a tidbit from the article below (follow the link for the full article) and check out three pictures from the interview at our photo gallery.

“I swear to God, I had to hide a tear,” Brad Pitt says, looking over at Quentin Tarantino and Leonardo DiCaprio, remembering the first time Tarantino played him the José Feliciano cover of “California Dreamin’” on the set of “Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood.” “Look,” Pitt continues. “I’m not ashamed to say it. I got a little misty.”

We’ve settled onto a couple of sofas inside a bungalow at the Chateau Marmont because … where else would we meet to talk about Tarantino’s wistful elegy to a bygone Hollywood? As the song declares, it’s a winter’s day, though the (palm tree) leaves are green, not brown, and the sun setting just beyond the swimming pool is making the sky periwinkle blue, not a dismal gray.

But otherwise, yeah, we’re California dreamin’, sitting back, talking about a movie that earned 10 Oscar nominations — three for Tarantino as a director, writer and producer, and acting nods for DiCaprio and Pitt — and also considering the good fortune that has graced their lives over the last few decades.

Read the entire article here!

3 Comments on “Brad Pitt for Los Angeles Times”

  1. You all are the best. Love to see you all shine I love the soundtrack and the movie it inspired me to follow my own dream to visit LA last September after my divorce. It was so rejuvenating to finally see LA and the mountains Malibu, Venice Beach I so love the art scene it was so cool and Santa Monica Pier. Thank you all for being such an inspiration to my life especially Brad love you much.

  2. You are great. Whatever you have in mind, I know you will be able to make it happen. Sometimes you have to go to the bottom to find out you can fly.

Comments are closed.