Once Upon A Time In Hollywood Returning To Theatres With 10 Minutes Of New Footage
What are you hoping to see in the new footage?
Quentin Tarantino's latest movie, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, is returning to theatres. Producer Sony Pictures have announced that Tarantino's ninth movie will be back in theatres this Friday, October 25, with new scenes spanning more than 10 minutes of bonus footage.
The "never-before-seen footage bookending the motion picture" will include four scenes in all, according to Collider. The theatrical cut of the movie is 2 hours 41 minutes, and now this new cut is 10 minutes longer.
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood's new, longer cut will play in 1,000 theatres, though there is no word on if the re-release is limited to the US or if it will also be in other parts of the world.
Given the wording of Sony's statement, at least some of the new footage will apparently include extra scenes at the end of the movie, so it'll be interesting to see whether the impact of the theatrical ending will change.
In other news, Tarantino recently said that he refuses to re-cut Once Upon a Time in Hollywood to please Chinese regulators. The country is reportedly taking issue with the film's depiction of Bruce Lee and its level of violence.
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, and numerous other very famous people.
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