Margot Robbie in Chanel at the ‘OUATIH’ LA premiere: Valley of the Dolls?

Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie and Leonardo DiCaprio at the premiere of 'Once Upon A Time...In Hollywood'

Here are some photos of the primary cast at last night’s LA premiere of Once Upon a Time In Hollywood. Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio and Margot Robbie were all in attendance, alongside writer/director Quentin Tarantino. I feel like Margot was aiming for a general kind of Sharon Tate vibe in her Chanel dress, especially with the sheer sleeves and “1960s nightgown” vibe, plus Margot was styled with slightly higher hair, much like Sharon Tate’s hair in Valley of the Dolls. The style inspo has been done before, but in this particular situation, it definitely fits. Her makeup is the WORST though.

Something that bugged me was that they got Brad, Leo and Margot to all pose together atop some steps/elevation and then when the posing was over, neither Leo nor Brad offered Margot a hand with getting down those couple of steps! She was the one in a gown and heels, gentlemen. As for Leo and Brad… they looked fine. I think Brad looked especially good. His face tweaking and wig have definitely settled!

Tarantino was on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night and then Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie and Leo “surprised” Kimmel:

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood Premiere

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood Premiere

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood Premiere

Photos courtesy of WENN.

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  1. grabbyhands says:

    The Sharon Tate cosplay she’s been doing for this whole thing is gross to me. She was a real person, not a character dress up doll that you use for attention.

    I have zero plans to see the movie, so I hope, rather than think that QT will use her presence for something other than a cheap plot point. But him being him, I don’t have much hope.

    • Eliza says:

      Second pretty much everything in this comment

    • Gingerbread says:

      I completely agree.

      Also on a shallow note: Margot has a very mature face, so heavy makeup doesn’t look great on her. She looks much older than she is here because if it.

    • Stacy Dresden says:

      I agree also. Love Margot, but this isn’t a feel-good homage.

    • lucy2 says:

      Same here. It’s really off-putting, and I say that as someone who has really liked Margot a lot in the past. This whole thing is a just a big no from me.

  2. Erinn says:

    I don’t really mind her makeup, to be honest. It’s not the best she’s looked, but I think it’s fine. But I’m also super into the kind of bronzey cranberry kind of shades she’s wearing so I might be biased.

    • Kitten says:

      I don’t mind the color–I love a shimmery copper eyeshadow–it’s the application that I take issue with. Eyeshadow up to the brow is just a really dated look and not flattering at all.

      But I think that color typically makes blue eyes really pop. It just has to be applied in a more subtle and blended manner.

  3. Rosalee says:

    Brad and Leo are not known for behaving like gentlemen.

    • Lucy says:

      Since when? Neither have been accused of inappropriate behavior,

      • Jessica says:

        Leo and the Pussy Posse don’t have a great reputation and Brad seems to have alienated most or all of his kids so I don’t think he’s a prince either. I’m not calling either of them predators though (Leo’s serial relationships with significantly younger and less powerful women are gross, but I don’t think any of them with have said anything bad about him; whether that’s because he treats them very well or because of the ‘less powerful’ element, well, who knows).

    • twinkle says:

      totally agree rosalee! my first thought on reading the sentence was that it instead should read ‘She was the one in a gown and heels, not-so-gentlemen’ … in my experience it’s the little things people do for others which reveal their decency and humanity, and both clearly couldn’t rustle up anything genuine even with all the cameras in front of them.

    • Dani says:

      Maybe she doesn’t need their help. I can wear 5 inch heels and get up and down steps just fine – I don’t need anyones help.

  4. AB says:

    I find Margot’s dress to be extremely unflattering in some angles. Her makeup is unflattering in all angles (why a red eye shadow? It always gives a sickly look to pale skin).

    Brad and Leo look pretty good to be honest. But their collective lack of manners toward Margot is a huge turn off.

  5. Lee says:

    I think Margot looks beautiful!

  6. Loretta says:

    That Sharon Tate cosplay is so creepy.

  7. Busyann says:

    I just read a variety article about Leo and his career and how a lot of actors are struggling to maintain that definitive hollywood actor appeal. As much as I hate to agree, because so much about Leo is squirmy, I did have to agree with the points made about his acting. He can act and I will probably end up seeing this in theaters.

  8. Sam says:

    Dislike both Brad and Leonardo.

    This film seems like a snoozefest. The only Tarantino film I liked was Jackie Brown.

    • BengalCat😻 says:

      Jackie Brown is an underrated gem of a movie!

      • Mumbles says:

        Agreed, it doesn’t get the attention in the Tarantino oeuvre that it should. The wonderful Pam Grier! That opening scene with her in the airport, all her acting in her face and her eyes and how she walks. That scene with her and Robert Forster is one of the sexiest scenes ever, and it’s all subtext.

    • lucy2 says:

      Probably because it’s based on an Elmore Leonard novel, and his writing was fantastic.

  9. Lucy says:

    Definitely going to see this. QT is a great director IMHO

  10. SM says:

    Somehow I feel a bit for Margot there. Wasn’t she already cast in the film when that horrible story about Uma Thurman and all the shit Tarantino put her through during Kill Bill cane out and Tarantino dug himself deeper and deeper with sexism. The point is, she probably did not have enough info going into it to realise what to prepare herself for. And I am sure with Tarantino and Leo as well as Brad she had to deal with sexism on a daily basis during making of this film and now she also has to go through promo tour with them.
    I am still not seeing it. For the some reason it is Tarantino.

    • Cona says:

      Don’t make excuses for her. She discussed the Uma thing once and seemed fine with it. Instead she’s talked about how awesome it is to work with Tarantino and how amazing he is and how it’s a dream. She’s not some dumb young starlet.

  11. Karen2 says:

    They all look as though they’re faking it for the cameras. & the two guys look in the desperate throes of age & size minimising. Is THR saying ppl in China & India turned up in droves to watch The Revenant? lol.

  12. Chaine says:

    Leo looks dapper and understands that his role for the evening is to be a movie star. Brad looks like he rolled out of bed at the last minute, couldn’t find a tie, and didn’t have time to button his shirt. He does look genuinely happy though.

  13. Jen says:

    Ooh, that eyeshadow. I think Margot is so stunning but that’s not her best look. Looks like she really toned it down for Kimmel too, so I wonder if that was heavier than she intended.

    I have mixed thoughts on this movie and I do think this look in particular is very 70s influenced, but Margot’s always had a little bit of that going on. I don’t think she’s attempting any Sharon Tate cosplay, and Sharon’s sister said she gave the the movie her blessing and approved of Margot, so who knows? Still not sure if I want to see it.

  14. bitchyarchitect says:

    i just find her so basic. Something nice- she was good in I Tonya. Did that inspire her make-up?

  15. Alyse says:

    I’ve been thinking this for a while… but her roots are super intense….

    Maybe a style choice… but also … pregnant? (Her body/face don’t seem to be, but whenever I see a rich blonde with roots like that, that’s where my brain goes…)

    I say this as a blonde with a similar natural colour to Robbie

  16. launicaangelina says:

    I want to watch this movie because to me, it looks great. Also, it’s Luke Perry’s final film role. By all accounts, he was a genuinely wonderful person.