Sharon Tate, the sister supports Kate Bosworth play murdered actress in new movie

Kate Bosworth will play Sharon Tate in new movie “Tate.”


Sharon Tate’s younger sister Debra Tate, threw her support behind Kate Bosworth to play the late actress in a new movie, after they are against the other covers, with Hilary Duff and Quentin Tarantino for their image of the infamous death.

Tate, who will be a co-producer of the film, told People that Bosworth is the right actress to portray her sister, because she is “the capture of Sharon’ s heart, feeling, and attitude.”

“She is telling her story as a woman apart of the murders. Kate comes to the capture of Sharon’s heart, feeling and attitude,” Tate told the People.

“There is no one that will ever look like Sharon,” she continued. “[Bosworth’s] very Sharon-like — she is gentle, kind and generous.”

Debra Tate said she supported Kate Bosworth play her murdered sister Sharon Tate in the upcoming film.


Tate said she approved of the film with Bosworth, because the focus is on Sharon Tate, in place of her death in the hands of Charles Manson followers.


Bosworth also open in the long Term to take on the role of Sharon Tate, saying her intention was “to honour Sharon’s life.”

“She was a beautiful and complex woman, A sister, a daughter, a wife, a lover. Human. Her life is already for a longer time overshadowed by the tragic events orchestrated by a raging psychopath,” Bosworth said. “Now, more than ever, we find it important to focus on the woman — confirm that the voice of Sharon Tate — and take away the megaphone of the maniac.”

Debra Tate was 16 when her 26-year-old sister, actress and model who was pregnant at the time, was stabbed to death in her home. Tate has been vocal about projects around Sharon Tate 1969 murder on the 50th birthday is approaching. They bashed the movie, with the title “The Haunting of Sharon Tate”, which stars Duff, as “classes” and “exploitative.”

Charles Manson’s followers killed Sharon Tate in 1969 when she was pregnant.


“It doesn’t matter who it is, the act in and it’s just tasteless,” Tate said. “It’s classless how everyone is rushing to release something for the 50th anniversary of this horrific event.”

Tate also criticized Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming film’ Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” and actors Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio get in touch with the family of the victims about the project. They called their actions “terribly irresponsible.”

“These people are taking horrible situations and making them even more graphic than they were without any care for the living victims of these crimes, and I think that’s terrible and crass,” Tate said.

Katherine Lam is a breaking and trending news digital producer for Fox News. Follow her on Twitter via @bykatherinelam

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