Burt Reynolds read Tarantino's movie on the table … but he never got to film his role as a rancher

RIP: Oscar-nominated actor Burt Reynolds never had the chance to film his role in Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood before his death on Thursday, at 82, of a heart attack (photo 22) of March)

Oscar-nominated actor Burt Reynolds never had the chance to film his role in Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood before his death on Thursday, aged 82, of a heart attack.

However, the seventies heartthrob attended the reading of the table full of stars on June 6 for the mystery of the 2019 drama centered on the Manson murders in Los Angeles around 1969.

It was held a month after the Last Movie Star actor was chosen as George Spahn, the blind owner of the ranch where Charles Manson planned the crimes for his henchmen to carry out.

RIP: Oscar-nominated actor Burt Reynolds never had the chance to film his role in Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood before his death on Thursday, at 82, of a heart attack (photo 22) of March)

RIP: Oscar-nominated actor Burt Reynolds never had the chance to film his role in Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood before his death on Thursday, at 82, of a heart attack (photo 22) of March)

It is said that Spahn coined the term & # 39; girls Manson & # 39; after the leader of the manipulative cult – who died at the age of 83 last November – ordered his followers to have sex with him and be his "visual guides."

Reynolds' niece, Nancy Lee Hess, said in a statement to Variety: "My uncle was eager to work with Quentin Tarantino, and the incredible cast that was put together."

According to reports, Burt was scheduled to film his small part for two days later this month, and the 55-year-old filmmaker has yet to announce a replacement.

Final sighting: The idol of the seventies attended the table full of stars on June 6 for the mystery-drama of 2019 centered on the murders of Manson in Los Angeles around 1969

Final sighting: The idol of the seventies attended the table full of stars on June 6 for the mystery-drama of 2019 centered on the murders of Manson in Los Angeles around 1969

Final sighting: The idol of the seventies attended the table full of stars on June 6 for the mystery-drama of 2019 centered on the murders of Manson in Los Angeles around 1969

Twisted Owner: It was held a month after the Last Movie Star actor was chosen as George Spahn, the blind owner of the ranch where Charles Manson planned the crimes for his henchmen to carry out.

Twisted Owner: It was held a month after the Last Movie Star actor was chosen as George Spahn, the blind owner of the ranch where Charles Manson planned the crimes for his henchmen to carry out.

Twisted Owner: It was held a month after the Last Movie Star actor was chosen as George Spahn, the blind owner of the ranch where Charles Manson planned the crimes for his henchmen to carry out.

"My uncle was anxious to do it": Burt was reportedly scheduled to film his small part for two days later this month, and the 55-year-old filmmaker has not yet announced a replacement (L, pictured on the set July 23th)

& # 39; First Look & # 39 ;: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood focuses on the failing star of Leonardo DiCaprio (R) Rick Dalton, as well as his double Cliff Booth played by Brad Pitt (L, pictured 27 of June)

& # 39; First Look & # 39 ;: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood focuses on the failing star of Leonardo DiCaprio (R) Rick Dalton, as well as his double Cliff Booth played by Brad Pitt (L, pictured 27 of June)

& # 39; First Look & # 39 ;: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood focuses on the failing star of Leonardo DiCaprio (R) Rick Dalton, as well as his double Cliff Booth played by Brad Pitt (L, pictured 27 of June)

Is it like Sharon Tate? The two-time Oscar winner also includes Margot Robbie (photographed on August 6), Al Pacino, Lena Dunham, Damian Lewis, Dakota Fanning, Clifton Collins Jr., Luke Perry, Maya Hawke and Rumer Willis.

Is it like Sharon Tate? The two-time Oscar winner also includes Margot Robbie (photographed on August 6), Al Pacino, Lena Dunham, Damian Lewis, Dakota Fanning, Clifton Collins Jr., Luke Perry, Maya Hawke and Rumer Willis.

Is it like Sharon Tate? The two-time Oscar winner also includes Margot Robbie (photographed on August 6), Al Pacino, Lena Dunham, Damian Lewis, Dakota Fanning, Clifton Collins Jr., Luke Perry, Maya Hawke and Rumer Willis.

Once upon a time in Hollywood he focuses on the failing star of Leonardo DiCaprio, Rick Dalton, as well as his double, Cliff Booth, played by Brad Pitt.

The two-time Oscar winner also includes Margot Robbie, Al Pacino, Lena Dunham, Damian Lewis, Dakota Fanning, Clifton Collins Jr., Luke Perry, Maya Hawke and Rumer Willis.

Fans can see the role of Reynolds 'final screen as Chester in Stephen Wallis' comedy Defining Moments, which will hit US theaters on December 25, along with Sienna Guillory and Polly Shannon.

"This time last year": fans can see the role of Reynolds as Chester in the Stephen Wallis comedy Defining Moments, which will hit US theaters on December 25, along with Sienna Guillory (R) and Polly Shannon (L )

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