Brad confessed he was equally just as excited. “‘That’s f***ing Luke Perry!’ We were like kids in the candy shop because I remember going to the studios and [Beverly Hills, 90210] was going on, and he was that icon of coolness for us as teenagers,” the Benjamin Button actor revealed.
“It was this strange burst of excitement that I had, to be able to act with him,” he continued. “Man, he was so incredibly humble and amazing and absolutely committed. He couldn’t have been a more friendly, wonderful guy to spend time with. I got to sit down and have some wonderful conversations with him. It was really special.”
Once Upon A Time In Hollywood premiered at the Cannes Film Festival yesterday, with both Brad and Leo in attendance, alongside co-star Margot Robbie.
Watch the trailer for Once Upon A Time In Hollywood: