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"Once Upon a Time in Hollywood": The surprising numbers of the new "Quentin Tarantino" movie

The ninth film of Tarantino starring Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio could become the best premiere of the director, leaving behind the magnificent "Bastards without glory."

On its first opening night, Quentin Tarantino's ninth film, "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood," raised $ 5.8 million only at nighttime shows at 3,318 locations.

This figure puts "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" on par with other great releases of the year such as "X-Men: Dark Phoenix" (5 million), "Detective Pikachu" (5.7 million) and "John Wick 3" ( 6 millions).

FACT: the film will premiere on August 15 in Peru.

Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio and Margot Robbie star in the film set in Los Angeles in 1969, and this cast is about to remove the record that Tarantino set with another of his great productions: "Bastards without glory."

Sony, the producer of the film, hopes that on its US premiere weekend "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" raises $ 30 million, but other analysts estimate that it could approach 40 million.

Why is this datalle relevant? Well, with this new movie Quentin Tarantino could end up exceeding the record he already has with "Bastards without glory", which raised $ 38 million on his premiere weekend.


Rick Dalton (DiCaprio) is the former star of a 'western' television series, who along with his double acting actor, Cliff Booth (Pitt) try to excel in a Hollywood that is no longer the one before. However, everything will change thanks to Rick's famous neighbor: Sharon Tate (Robbie).