LOS ANGELES – Hollywood loves movies about Hollywood and with Oscar voters often favouring such films – including Best Picture Oscar winners Birdman (2014), Argo (2012) and The Artist (2011) – director Quentin Tarantino seems all but guaranteed to grab a statuette or two for his newest offering, Once Upon a Time In… Hollywood.

And there may be no better person to make a film about film-making than the 56-year-old, say its stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt. The movie opens in Singapore on Aug 15.

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