Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt a Quentin Tarantino on cover EsquireSummer issue Summer 2019, out on 4 June.
Here's what Once After Time in Hollywood stars had to say…
Leonardo, after continuing to appreciate the effort to find your way in the industry: t “My attitude is the same as when I started. When I talk to these two guys[[[[Brad a Quentin], I suppose, we know that we have had the same shot and we don't want to break that opportunity, which is why we are just trying to do the best we can to do the best things the we can. Because we understand it is sudden. Flavors change; culture is changing. And I felt very proud that I had tied that ticket in order to be able to make movies. So I felt very associated with that 15-year-old child who got his first film. And that hasn't changed. ”
Brad, on his early days in Hollywood: “I remember back in the early days I loved it Brandon Lee. He drove hers and lived at Echo Park. We went out one night and everyone else had peeled off, and we got back in place and it was like six in the morning. A real night, you know, drunk and stony, and went on that night to tell me how he was going to die young like his father. And I chalked it up to, you know, stony 6:00 a.m. And then he got The Crow next year. ”
Leonardo, on working with Brad: “In a strange way, when we were making the film, my relationship with it Brad click. It was very early in the place where he improvised a line and changed everything. In the scene, as it's written, I'm coming to starvation. And I'm basically getting my fate, finding out what my future will be in this industry. And I'm really. And the scene, Brad ad-libs; I'm coming out with this line, I look at it and say, y Hey, Rick f – king Dalton are you. Don't forget that. '”
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