According to Variety, Quentin Tarantino considers Once Upon a Time in Hollywood to be his favorite film to have ever been produced.
In the course of an interview that took place on the SiriusXM show hosted by Howard Stern, the host inquired about the Oscar-winning director’s favourite film.
Tarantino responded to the question of which of his films is his favourite by saying, “For years, people used to ask me stuff like that.” “And I would say something along the lines of, ‘Oh, they’re all my children,'” she continued. I truly believe that “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” is my most successful film to date.
The film, which was released in 2019, featured Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt in the roles of performers attempting to establish their footing in the rapidly evolving Hollywood of 1969. In addition, Margot Robbie played the role of Sharon Tate.
At the box offices all around the world, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood made a total of $374 million. The motion picture might receive up to ten nominations at the 2020 Academy Awards, including nominations for best picture and best director. It was the reason why Pitt was awarded the Oscar for best supporting actor.