Quentin Tarantino’s newest movie, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, will go down as one of his most successful at the box office. After another weekend in theatres, the movie has now made $136.9 million in the United States and Canada and $195.5 million from foreign markets. Globally, the period movie has now pulled in $329.4 million to become Tarantino’s second-biggest movie ever.
Once Upon A Time In Hollywood passes 2009’s Inglourious Basterds ($321.5 million) to become Taraninto’s second-biggest movie, only behind Django Unchained ($425.4 million).
Tarantino’s ninth movie, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt as an actor and his stunt double in 1969 Hollywood. Margot Robbie appears as Sharon Tate, while a long list of famous people have roles including Luke Perry, who passed away in March.
GameSpot’s 9/10 Once Upon A Time In Hollywood review said, “It succeeds immensely at being a fairy tale–a recounting of a time and place, an attempt to capture the essence of Hollywood’s golden age, one that came to an end in 1969–but, maybe for Tarantino, never really ended at all.”