With the passing of Burt Reynolds yesterday, one question that has since cropped up is whether his scheduled role in Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming new film “Once Upon A Time in Hollywood” was filmed before his passing.
THR has confirmed Reynolds had not filmed his scenes for the project which is set in Los Angeles 1969 during which the infamous Manson murders took place. Reynolds was slated to play George Spahn, the man who owned the ranch where Charles Manson and his cult resided.
No-one has yet been set to replace Reynolds in the film which is currently shooting in Los Angeles ahead of an August 9th 2019 release. Reynolds last credited film is the Stephen Wallis comedy “Defining Moments” which has been completed and co-stars Sienna Guillory. It has not set a release date as yet.