AceShowbiz - Tim Roth, Michael Madsen, and Kurt Russell are in talks to reteam with their "The Hateful Eight" director Quentin Tarantino for his star-studded new movie. The filmmaker has already signed Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio for "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood", and now he's expanding his cast, with movie veteran Burt Reynolds also in the mix.
The "Boogie Nights" star is in talks to portray George Spahn, the blind man who rented out his ranch to serial killer Charles Manson and his cult followers in the 1960s, as they plotted a killing spree, which included the murder of pregnant actress Sharon Tate.
DiCaprio will play a washed-up actor who lives next door to Tate, while Pitt has signed on as ageing stuntman Cliff Booth. Reports suggest Tarantino is still in talks with Margot Robbie to play tragic Tate.