First, it was Avengers: Endgame. Then, it was Spider-Man: Far From Home. And now, it’s Once Upon a Time in… Hollywood ‘s turn — it’s headed back to theatres with bonus footage.

Variety reported that the Quentin Tarantino movie — about the bromance between a fading actor (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his stuntman (Brad Pitt) in 1969 Hollywood — will be re-released in the US this Friday (Oct 25) with 10 minutes of additional content, including four new scenes. The new version will clock in at an arse-numbing two hours and 51 minutes.

A Sony Pictures Entertainment rep here tells 8days.sg that they will not re-release the longer version of Hollywood.  

When the movie came out in August, there were rumours that Tarantino might release an extended cut as a Netflix miniseries, just as he did with The Hateful Eight in April (only in the US, though). Tarantino’s first assembly of Hollywood is said to be four (!) hours and 20 minutes long. 


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