Ready to be transported to Hollywood in 1969? It was an interesting time to say the least with the rise of the New Hollywood filmmakers on the horizon in creatives like Scorsese, Coppola, Spielberg and Robert Altman (among others). At the same time, the studio system of Hollywood’s Golden Era was in its twilight.

Quentin Tarantino takes us there in the first teaser for his Once Upon a Time Hollywood – which you can watch below or view in this tweet from star Leonardo DiCaprio.

We get a view of some very well done locations. Tarantino reportedly took great pains in his on-location shooting to physically take these places back to 1969. We see the Sunset Strip, the Playboy Club, a cinematic marquee with Friedkin's The Night They Raided Minsky's (which would date the scene to 1968) and – later on – Spahn Ranch (with Bruce Dern as the old and ailing George Spahn, a part he took after Burt Reynolds died of a heart attack last year), where the Manson Family lived up until the Tate/LaBianca Murders and their eventual arrest. We even get a glimpse of Mike Moh as Bruce Lee on The Green Hornet.

Once Upon a Time will be premiering very close to the 50th anniversary of the Tate Murders this summer (August 8-9 for the murders, July 26 for the USA Once Upon a Time in Hollywood release).

Tarantino is reportedly working feverishly to finish the editing in time for a Cannes premiere, which is not yet (as of this writing) set in stone. It will all depend on whether Tarantino believes it's ready in time.

For now, enjoy the teaser trailer and poster of Margot Robbie as Sharon Tate below and catch Once Upon a Time in Hollywood July 26 in American theaters.