Actor Timothy Olyphant plays James Stacy, the star of the 1960s CBS Western series Lancer, in Quentin Tarantino’s Once upon a Time in Hollywood. James Stacy is the professional name of the actor known as Maurice William Elias, born in Los Angeles in December 1936 to a Lebanese-American father and a mother of Irish-Scottish descent.
This weekend, audiences get to experience Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, the latest film from Quentin Tarantino. The film follows actor Rick Dalton (Leonardo Dicaprio) and his devoted stuntman-friend Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt) during the golden days of cinema. Much like Inglourious Basterds, the film takes a troubled time in history and plays with
I liked Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood. I was entertained the whole time, although I also definitely felt its length. Quentin Tarantino does his slow burn thing, and I’m not sure it ultimately means anything, but it’s still entertaining to see A-list actors doing his dialogue. It’s the bromance between has been TV cowboy
Life is going quite well for Martin Kove these days. The actor, who originally rose to fame through his portrayal of John Kreese in The Karate Kid, has had no lack of work recently, as his character in the Karate Kid franchise is a now a focal point of the extremely popular Cobra Kai series
Quentin Tarantino dropped the trailer for his ninth movie yesterday with Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Surprisingly, the trailer dealt little with the plot but had a large dose of Bruce Lee. So, who plays Bruce Lee in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood? The trailer lasted just under two minutes and Bruce Lee