First look released of Martin Scorsese's Killers of the Flower Moon, featuring Leonardo DiCaprio, Lily Gladstone

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The first look of Leonardo DiCaprio from his upcoming movie Killers of the Flower Moon was revealed on Monday, 10 May.

The 46-year-old actor tweeted a photograph of himself with co-star Lily Gladstone from the sets. Gladstone reportedly plays the role of Mollie Burkhart, an Osage woman who falls in love with Ernest Burkhart, played by DiCaprio.

While she is dressed in traditional Osage clothing, wrapped in a Pendleton blanket and wearing a black choker, DiCaprio can be seen wearing a purple blazer, with a grey shirt and brown tie.

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The scene reportedly takes place in Grayhorse, Oklahoma, and is from early on in their relationship. According to a report in Deadline, Mollie and Ernest are a married couple. While Mollie belongs to an Osage family, Ernest is the nephew of a powerful local rancher (played by Robert De Niro).

Last week, a few pictures of renovation work and set construction of the film from Pawhuska were also doing the rounds on social media.

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Directed by Martin Scorsese, the film is based on the non-fiction book titled Killers of the Flower Moon written by American journalist David Grann. It is set in 1920s Oklahoma. Members of the oil-wealthy Osage Nation were murdered in the area which sparked an investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

The rights of the film have been taken by Apple Studios. It is being produced by Scorsese, along with Dan Friedkin from Imperative Entertainment and Bradley Thomas. The movie is being co-produced by DiCaprio and Appian Way Production.

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