"I just got married six months ago". The director sent out a note to critics at the historic French film festival warning them not to spoil the film, which leads us to believe he might-as he did with Inglourious Basterds-be going the revisionist route this time around.
See her full response below.
However, Uma Thurman, star of both Kill Bills, penned a New York Times op-ed accusing Tarantino of telling her to drive a stunt vehicle he said was "safe", but it led to injuries.
"Quentin said it to me early on - she's the heartbeat of the story. I think the moments that I got on screen gave an opportunity to honour Sharon", she said. That's why it lasts so much today I think because it's a sobering, dark look at the dark side of human nature.
DiCaprio, 44, agrees Tarantino that the movie is a "homage to Hollywood" and feels the movie explores a "seminal time" in American cinema.
The 55-year-old heartthrob flashes his wonderful abs in the new trailer for Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.
The director, whose latest effort premiered to rave reviews at the Cannes film festival on Tuesday evening, was in no mood to discuss hard topics, at one point snapping "I reject your hypothesis" at a journalist who asked why Margot Robbie had so few lines in the film.
In the trailer, Perry's character Wayne Maunder, an actor who starred on the TV western, "Lancer", is seen briefly.
"All that fed into the incredible comfort and ease that I think he and I had with one another".
DiCaprio said that by elevating two underdog characters in Hollywood, Tarantino wanted to celebrate the business that he grew up in. Well, that's definitely a big news for all Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Quentin Tarantino fans. I've never done that before and now I know why. This guy is on the outskirts; time is changing and he's left behind.