Quentin Tarantino's 9th film "Once Upon A Time In Hollywood," which he coined as his love letter to the late 60's Los Angeles, premiered last night at the TCL Chinese Theatre — and the stars were out.
Brad Pitt, who plays stunt double Cliff Booth, was accompanied by fellow co-stars Leonardo Dicarprio (who plays aging TV star Rick Dalton), and Margot Robbie (who takes the role of real life Sharon Tate).
Actors Maya Hawke, Damon Herriman, Rumer Willis, Timothy Olyphant, Margaret Qualley, Austin Butler, Sydney Sweeney, Lorenza Izzo, Mike Moh, Bruce Dern, Victoria Pedretti , Clifton Collins Jr., and Julia Butters also made their way down the retro-inspired pink carpet.
In addition to the other stars who graced the red carpet, Snoop Dogg made an appearance at the film's debut. Oh, and pop icon Britney Spears showed up with her boyfriend Sam Asghari, looking adorable as usual.
As most high-profile premieres, the "Once Upon A Time In Hollywood" red carpet was decked out to evoke the look-and-feel of the vintage film — complete with a prop movie ticket booth stand, and invites for the afterparty stylized in a classic Hollywood style.
"Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" premiered back in May at the Cannes Film Festival, and reportedly received a standing ovation. The film centers around the story of an aging television star and his stunt double and long-time friend and weaves in elements of the true-life Manson Murders and the odyssey that ensues.
"Once Upon a Time In Hollywood" is slated to hit theaters July 26.