Margot Robbie Shares First Look As Sharon Tate In New Tarantino Film

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It's more than just the magic of movies: Margot Robbie looks like an uncanny match for Sharon Tate, the woman she plays in an upcoming biopic.

In the picture shared on the I, Tonya actress' Instagram page, Robbie is seen wearing a black turtleneck paired with a white mini skirt and white boots. Pitt plays his friend and stunt double.

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood will clearly be another bloody Tarantino spectacle - and another featuring an all-star cast.

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Tarantino, according to the company, is calling the movie "a story that takes place in Los Angeles in 1969, at the height of hippy Hollywood".

Quentin Tarantino's upcoming film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is slowly coming together, with sneak peeks and set photos giving fans a few telling glimpses at the period piece. Originally, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood was scheduled for release on the 50th anniversary of Tate's death - but the date has since been brought forward by two weeks, meaning it's getting a 26 July release next year in the US.

Production for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is now underway in Los Angeles for Sony Pictures and the film is slated for release on August 9, 2019.

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For comparison, here's what the real Sharon Tate looked like.

In addition to Robbie, DiCaprio and Pitt, the film also stars Timothy Olyphant, Luke Perry, Damian Lewis, Dakota Fanning, Al Pacino, Emile Hirsch, Clifton Collins Jr, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen, Keith Jefferson, Nicholas Hammond and Scoot McNairy.

The highly anticipated film is set in Los Angeles in 1969, following former star of a Western TV series Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio); his longtime stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt); and Rick's very famous next-door neighbor, Sharon Tate (Margot Robbie).

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"Both are struggling to make it in a Hollywood they don't recognise anymore".