Hitmaker Quentin Tarantino met with “Suicide Squad” star Margot Robbie to get her to play Sharon Tate. The “Kill Bill” director plans to make the Manson Family murders and he finds Robbie perfect for the role as the murdered pregnant wife of Roman Polanski. The “Pulp Fiction” maker has met with the newly married actress.

Tarantino will be fortunate if he can get the actress to say "yes." She is currently reprising her role in “Suicide Squad 2” and will play Tonya Harding in “I, Tonya” as reported by Deadline. Harding was a figure skater at the Olympics.

Aside from the 27-year-old actress, Samuel L. Jackson, Tarantino’s favored actor, Jennifer Lawrence, and Brad Pitt will also play certain roles in the movie about Charles manson’s family. Pitt will most likely play the detective that will investigate the murder.

Tarantino's prospect Margot Robbie's schedule is full

According to News, the “Wolf of Wall Street” actress has several films lined up for release in 2017 and 2018. She plays Annie in “Terminal” with Simon Pegg and Max Irons. Her film “Goodbye Christopher Robin” will be shown on November 10, 2017. “Gotham City Sirens” and “I, Tonya” have no release dates yet. She also has a movie under director Will Gluck titled “Peter Rabbit” which will be released on March 23, 2018.

She still has three films with no release dates set – “Beautiful Things,” “The Queen of Scots,” and “Marian.”

Tarantino's next film is a massacre story perpetuated by a whole family

Charles Manson and his family committed a killing spree across California in 1969 that ended in the horrible murder of five people at the home of director Roman Polanski.

Sharon Tate, the wife of the director was eight months pregnant with their first child when she was killed.

Manson who ordered Tex Watson and three members of the Manson family to kill Tate was also linked to the assassination of former President Gerald Ford. Manson and his men were sentenced to life imprisonment for the murders.

Tarantino who is writing the script will be working with Harvey and Bob Weinstein who produced his previous films.

The 54-year-old director is known for creating strong and unforgettable female roles and Tate could be added to the list. His hit movies include “The Hateful Eight,” “Django Unchained,” “Inglorious Basterds,” “Death Proof,” and “Jackie Brown to mention a few. His very first movie was “My Best Friend’s Birthday.” SlashFilm reported that the critically-acclaimed filmmaker said that when he reaches the age of 60, he will retire from making films. Quentin Tarantino’s 10th film will be his final film and he said that he will focus on writing novels.