Quentin Tarantino's Next Film Could Be Based Around The Manson Murders

  • Quentin Tarantino's Next Film Could Be Based Around The Manson Murders

Quentin Tarantino's Next Film Could Be Based Around The Manson Murders

It also might be Quentin Tarantino's second-to-last; he's promised for years to hang it up after 10 movies. Tate was eight months pregnant and was brutally murdered along with four others by the maniacs who raided the home with guns and knives.

It's reported that Brad Pitt and Jennifer Lawrence have already been approached for roles. The news also cited Jennifer Lawrence was approached about the film project just after Labor Day. If it comes to fruition, Tarantino's Manson project - which is reportedly being shopped around to studios - would be his ninth feature film. Tarantino will reportedly team up once again with producers Bob and Harvey Weinstein, and they are now pitching the project, which will mark the director's first time making a movie about real life events, to studios for help in financing and distributing. Tarantino has molded his career into taking his favorite genres such as crime, Westerns and blaxploitation and elevating them to A-list status while also paying homage to them.

Charles Manson and his disciples have inspired a number of recent films and TV series, although Mr. Tarantino's would be the highest profile yet. The director has worked with Brad Pitt before in the 2009 film "Inglourious Basterds". Quentin Tarantino is know for his bloody films, and word is he's working on a new project that would be his first based on a true story. The plan as of now is to begin shooting in the summer of 2018.

Manson, a cult leader, is serving life in prison for orchestrating the 1969 killings of seven people. The group was particularly known for their attack on the inhabitants of a house in Los Angeles, allegedly owned by a record producer who, in the past, had rejected Manson.

Charles Manson is now 82-years-old.