Quentin Tarantino's ninth movie, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, is due to be released later this month.

And we're obviously very excited about it.

Tarantino is one of the most celebrated filmmakers of all time, so the release of any title of his is always met with excitement and praise. And the release of his latest movie has been no different.

His latest film features a star-studded cast, including the likes of Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Margot Robbie. With the release date coming up in the next few weeks, the premiers, photoshoots, and interviews are in full swing.

And the cast are obviously having a tremendous amount of fun with it all, as new pictures from a recent photo shoot have emerged, which show Brad Bitt hilariously photobombing Margot Robbie as she poses for solo shots.

I wouldn't mind Brad photobombing my pictures, just saying...

Tarantino is a Hollywood legend.

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Anyone who is anyone has seen his iconic movies. Whether it's Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction or Inglorious Basterds, everyone has a guaranteed Tarantino favorite.

His films span for decades.

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A true veteran of the movie-making world, Tarantino has had generations of fans hooked. Maybe it's his unique camera angles or his twisty-turny, dialogue-rich scripts. Regardless, it's needless to say that he has become one of the most celebrated film directors of our times.

Though he has famously vowed to only make 10 movies...

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For years now, the director has vowed to retire after his tenth movie. Tarantino intends for these 10 films—starting with Reservoir Dogs and ending 1 movie from now—to be the definitive Tarantino Collection. Speaking at the Jerusalem Film Festival in 2015, Tarantino stated, "I’m planning on stopping at 10. Even if at 75, if I have this other story to tell, it would still kind of work because that would make those 10."

Meaning we only have 2 of his movies left.

A world without new Tarantino movies isn't worth thinking about, is it?

Though his newest movie could be his best yet...

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Due to be released in theatres on July 26th, people are anticipating Once Upon a Time in Hollywood to be one of Tarantino's best films to date.

The movie features a star-studded cast.

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Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Margot Robbie are the main stars of the movie, which depicts the journey of a television actor and his stunt double as they attempt to achieve fame in the film industry during the final years of Hollywood's Golden Age.

The film centers around a real-life murder...

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Hollywood actress, Sharon Tate, who is portrayed by Margot Robbie in the movie, was only twenty-six years old when she, along with her unborn child and 3 of her friends, were brutally murdered by members of the notorious Manson "family."

The film tells the tale of Sharon's neighbors.

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Tarantino described Once Upon a Time in Hollywood in a statement last year, deeming it: "a story that takes place in Los Angeles in 1969, at the height of hippy Hollywood. "The two lead characters are Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio), former star of a Western TV series, and his stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt)," Tarantino explained. "Both are struggling to make it in a Hollywood they don't recognize anymore. But Rick has a very famous next-door neighbor ... Sharon Tate."

Though Tarantino has insisted that the film will not be focused on the Manson family.

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Sorry to disappoint you dark souls out there. Though Sharon Tate has been confirmed as a key player in the movie, Tarantino has previously confirmed that the film would not center on the Mansons, but rather on the year 1969.

Tarantino has spent a staggering amount of time working on the script.

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5 years, to be precise.

He said last year that he had been working on the script for the film for half a decade.

"I've been working on this script for five years, as well as living in Los Angeles County most of my life, including in 1969, when I was 7 years old," he said. "I'm very excited to tell this story of an LA and a Hollywood that doesn't exist anymore."

And the retro flick is finally set to be released next week...

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So the interviews and photoshoots are well and truly underway. The weeks leading up to a movie release are always chaotic, with the press eager to get their interviews and photos before the film is unleashed on the world.

And one photoshoot in particular has gone viral...

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For all the right reasons.

Tarantino was joined by his cast members for a promotional shoot.

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It's not often that you see such a star-studded line-up, is it? The director was joined by DiCaprio, Pitt, and Robbie, who all seemed excited for the release of the new movie.

And they're clearly having a lot of fun promoting it.

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The cast are seen laughing and enjoying one another's company. But Brad Pitt took things to a hilarious new level...

By spectacularly photobombing Margot's solo shot.

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Brad, who has appeared in Tarantino's movies in the past, saw an opportunity... and took it.

The king of all photobombs.

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I invite Brad Pitt to come and photobomb my picture sometime soon...

The sequence of pictures is amazing.

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And Margot is seen taking the interruption perfectly in her stride, laughing and posing along as Brad runs through.

He glides gracefully through the shot.

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And reaches heights that we didn't think were possible of the actor.

And back again...

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Because one jump through wouldn't be enough, would it?

Keep doing you, Brad.

Just when we thought we couldn't love him any more, he goes and does something like this.