Bruce dern is replaced by Burt Reynolds in Quentin Tarantino’s new film.
Bruce dern steps in to replace the late Burt Reynolds in Quentin Tarantino’s new film “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.”
On Thursday, Entertainment Weekly confirmed that dern would take reynold’s place in the Charles Manson-themed movie and will portray the character of George Spahn, a blind ranch hand that are the property of the Manson property that the cult leader lived with his followers.
The famous hotel is also where Manson and his followers plotted the murder of Hollywood star Sharon Tate, who was killed when eight months pregnant with husband Roman Polanski’s child.
Dern joins the star-studded cast, which also Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, Margot Robbie, Al Pacino and Dakota Fanning.
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During their long-time Hollywood career, dern, and We crossed paths in 1965 for the TV show “12 O ‘ Clock High” and again in 2003 in the movie “Hard Ground”, which was directed by the “Boogie Nights” actor.
According to the People, the 82-year-old star had not yet begun with the filming of scenes for the Tarantino flick for his death, but reynold’s niece told the outlet that her uncle was looking forward to working with Quentin Tarantino, and the amazing cast that was assembled.”
Reynolds was recently honored by his ex-wife Loni Anderson, and his son, Quinton Anderson, in an “intimate” service for friends and family at the Howard-Quattlebaum Funeral Home in North Palm Beach, Florida, a representative for both Loni and Quinton Anderson confirmed to Fox News.
The service, which was held on 20 September was attended by approximately 80 guests and featured speeches from family and people close to the actor who influenced his life.
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