Finally, the full trailer out of Cannes is here for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood!
It's just a teaser, so it's hard to tell too much about how Quentin Tarantino plans to handle the events of the Manson murders in 1969, but from what we can tell so far he's bringing his signature flair.
We have covered the movie already, with the release of the first posters.
The focus seems to be on an actor and his stunt double, played by Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt respectively. It's still not clear how this movie will interact with real-life history, there is certainly a brush with controversy since we're coming up on the 50th anniversary of the brutal slayings.
But when has controversy concerned Mr. Tarantino?
What do you think of the teaser and trailer?