The extended version of Quentin Tarantino’s latest film will feature four new scenes, with ten minutes of additional footage in total.
Quentin Tarantino‘s latest feature film will be in theaters for a bit longer. Sony Pictures is re-releasing Once Upon a Time in Hollywood on October 25. The movie, Tarantino’s ninth, is already his second-highest-grossing film. On a $90 million budget, the film has currently grossed $139 million in North America.
The film’s depiction of Bruce Lee rankled the Chinese government in recent months. Just last week, Tarantino announced that he would not recut the film in order to appease Chinese censors. Lee’s daughter Shannon filed a complaint to China’s National Film Administration. As a result, the film’s release in China has been temporarily postponed.
The original Once Upon a Time cut is still showing in theaters nationwide.