Margot in race for murder drama
Iconic filmmaker Quentin Tarantino (inset) reportedly met with actor Margot Robbie (above) to potentially play the role of model-actor Sharon Tate, the wife of veteran director Roman Polanski, who was murdered in 1969, in what remains one of the most shocking crimes in Hollywood.
Robbie and Jennifer Lawrence are the frontrunners to play the late actor. The film will be a drama revolving around the incident in which Sharon, along with four others, were found murdered at her home in Los Angeles. A cult leader and his followers were later convicted of the killings. According to reports, actor Samuel L. Jackson is likely to play a lead role in the film.