Quentin Tarantino’s 9th film debuted this weekend in the United States. As King Leo maintained his box office leadership position with $ 75.5 million in weekends, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood came second, but scored a record in the director’s career. According to boxofficemojo.com, the film has earned $ 40 million, the best launch in the North American territory of Tarantino’s career.
The best debut in the US of his films so far has been Inglourious Basterds ($ 38 million). Django Unchained (425.4 million), followed by Inglourious Basterds (321.5 million), Pulp Fiction (213.9 million), Kill Bill Vol. 1 (180 million) and The Hateful Eight ($ 155.8 million).
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, with Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio and Margot Robbie in the cast, he is placed in the peak of Hollywood hippie. The central characters are Rick Dalton (DiCaprio), a former star of the Western series and his long-lived Dublin Cliff Booth (Pitt). The two struggle to survive in an industry where they seem to have no place. But Rick has a famous neighbor … actress Sharon Tate.