During Quentin Tarantino's ] Once upon a time … In Hollywood will certainly not be cut short for the taste of Chinese censorship – despite the country's decision to banish Tarantino's temporary violent Hollywood drama from the program more lucrative Film Market – that does not mean that it will not be processed in the near future.  Variety reports that Sony prepares to re-release Tarantino's love letter later this week in 1960s Hollywood, with 10 minutes of additional footage It is already one considerable running time of 160 – minutes.
It is not yet known what kind of content these scenes contain, though Variety states that it has the form of four or so additional scenes. The real question, of course, is whether Tarantino will use this opportunity to deal with complaints about the film – including the portrayal of the martial arts legend Bruce Lee (19459007) and the perception of some critics (19459009) Margot Robbie's Sharon Tate becomes a minor character in her own story – or whether he'll simply fill her with 10 more minutes of elaborate, excursion-driven craziness in his usual style. Problem with a little bit more content "Strategy has gained in popularity in recent months; Both Marvel's Avengers: Endgame and Sony's Spider-Man: Far From Home have the bait of a couple of DVD bonus material, with fans returning their blockbuster once again can see on the screen. Tarantino himself is no stranger when it comes to making his films in the theater. his last film, The Hateful Eight ran in both a standard and a Extended Cut.