Quentin Tarantino, award-winning director of Pulp Fiction and Django Unchained, has set a release date for his new movie, which will significantly involve Charles Manson and his family's murders.
Look, I LOVED The Hateful Eight, but you could not pay me to see Tarantino's Manson film.— Lauren How About You Ban The Nazis Instead-Brooks (@lhbizness) December 1, 2017
keep in mind that Tarantino's film is meant to be more about 1960s culture as a whole. many historians consider the 9th of August the day the hippie movement died, the abrupt end of the decade. it's a smart choice.— lindsey romain (@lindseyromain) December 1, 2017
The real-life Manson recently died of natural causes while serving a life sentence in prison. Tarantino is reportedly still looking for an actor to portray the cult leader in his film.