Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is coming back to theatres with additonal 10 minutes
A report revealed that there will be four never-before-seen scenes
One of the most anticipated films of the year Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is re-releasing in theatres. The film which opened to the Indian audience in the month of August generated great to mixed reviews from all over. The Leonardo Di Caprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie starrer will now be returning to the big screen with a few surprises. According to a reports, the film which marked Brad Pitt's comeback after a brief break, will now be re-released with over 10 minutes of new footage.
The report revealed that there will be four never-before-seen scenes and it will be screened again at 1,000 movie theaters across the US. Not just in the States, but the film will also be re-released in Canada come Friday.
The re-release comes on the heels of Tarantino refusing to recut the film for China. The film which was slated to release in China on October 25 will not be releasing since Tarantino refused to make changes advised by the country's censor board. While no concrete reason was given to the production house on why such a drastic decision was taken this near to the release, a sources say that Bruce Lee's daughter Shannon Lee appealed to China's National Film Administration to make changes in the way her later father Bruce Lee was portrayed in Quentin's movie.
Official dates concerning the rerelease is expected to be announced soon.