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Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt, and Leonardo DiCaprio is interrupted by Jimmy Kimmel’s monologue during his late-night show Monday on the way to the “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood for the movie premiere right across the street.
The “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” host was, at the end of the play, when the crowd erupted in applause when Robbie walked across the stage behind him. “I’ve just been on the road for the first time. So just cut through,” Robbie told me It, and then to the left.
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The late-night host and his opening monologue for the Pitt, when he walked on the stage. “Hi, Jimmy,” Pitt said, before telling Kimmel that he’s just cut. “I just want to say, this isn’t some kind of breakfast,” She told the Pit. Pitt then repeated, “This is the old” to cut It, and will continue to go to the premiere.
“Some of these stars think they own the place,” She told the audience, DiCaprio suddenly ran to the outside. DiCaprio shook It’s hand, saying, “I’m really sorry, Jimmy.” When She asked him what DiCaprio’s doing it, DiCaprio said, “I actually came here to invite you and your whole target audience for our premiere right across the street.” The crowd then erupted into applause, and She said that she was going to “work it out” for DiCaprio, also left.
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My name is Robbie, Pitt, and DiCaprio star in director Quentin Tarantino’s latest film “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” is a fictional account of the events leading up to the real-life murder of Sharon Tate, the pregnant actress who was murdered by members of Charles Manson’s cult in her home in Hollywood in 1969.
Case later made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, suggested that the film would be the second to last of his career. The film had its premiere at the famous TCL Chinese theatre on Hollywood Boulevard, on the opposite side of the late night, studio, the Hollywood Reporter reported.