Do you want to see a super-extended cut of Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood? Of course you do. Word of a potential four-hour cut hit the web earlier this year and cinephiles appropriately were overjoyed at the prospect of seeing more of Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio bromancing through the City of Angels in Quentin Tarantino‘s heartfelt ode to the Hollywood of yore. Well, good news. Tarantino seems to think it’s gonna happen… you’re just going to have to wait a little bit.
With Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood poised for a major awards season, Tarantino, Pitt, and DiCaprio joined Collider for a special FYC screening today at ArcLight Hollywood and asked about the potential extended cut, Tarantino was enthusiastic.
The theatrical release of the film sits at 161 minutes, and a subsequent re-release added another 10 minutes of deleted scenes, and Tarantino recalled turning to Sony boss Tom Rothman for guidance during the tough process of editing down.
“It’s all good. It’s all great. I don’t know if an audience would sit for it, but I love it. So we showed it to Tom Rothman and it was like, ‘OK, here this all is. We know that this is a movie, but maybe you can help us out because we like everything.’”
At which point Pitt interjected with the question on everyone’s mind: “The real question is are we going to get to see this one way or another?”
Tarantino didn’t give a hard confirmation or release date, but he certainly sounded inclined to get the extended version to audiences eventually. Answering the crow cheers to Pitt’s question, Tarantino replied.
Australia descended on Hollywood for the ninth annual AACTA International Awards on Friday night, with the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts honoring the top performances on film this year.
Bong Joon Ho’s “Parasite” was named the best film of the year by the organization. But “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” was the top winner of the night, taking home wins in two of the five categories in which it was nominated — best direction by Quentin Tarantino and best supporting actor for Brad Pitt.
The award ceremony, which takes place just days before the 2020 Golden Globes, honors performances in seven categories — Best Film, Best Direction, Best Screenplay, Best Lead Actor, Best Lead Actress, Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress — regardless of geography.
“Parasite,” the South Korean thriller that has become the surprise critical and box-office hit of the fall, keeps going from strength to strength. Now, it can add another honor to its mantle. The Houston Film Critics Society named it the year’s best picture at its 13th Annual Movie Awards ceremony at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Thursday night.
Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood,” which came into the contest with the most nominations at seven, went home with two: supporting actor (Brad Pitt) and poster art. “Marriage Story,” which had six nominations, had one win and it was for actor Adam Driver.
Production Designer Barbara Ling discusses how she worked with director Quentin Tarantino to lovingly recreate 1969 Los Angeles in Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood.
The film visits 1969 Los Angeles during the final moments of Hollywood’s golden age where everything is changing, as TV star Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his longtime stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt) face the challenges of an industry they hardly recognize anymore. The film features a cast that includes Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Emile Hirsch, Margaret Qualley, Timothy Olyphant, Julia Butters, Austin Butler, Dakota Fanning, Bruce Dern, Mike Moh, Luke Perry, Damian Lewis and Al Pacino.
• x016 Photoshoots
• x012 November 02 – Springfield, MO
• x003 November 04 – Paris, France
• x006 November 16 – ‘LA on Fire’ Art Exhibition – Los Angeles, CA
• x014 November 24 – Kanye West’s ‘Nebuchadnezzar’ Opera Show – Los Angeles, CA
• x012 December 03 – U2 Concert – Tokyo, Japan
• x002 Breitling
• x002 Ad Astra – Promo
• x023 September 13 – Ad Astra – Tokyo, Japan
• x013 September 16 – Ad Astra – Washington DC, WA
• x027 September 18 – Ad Astra – Hollywood, CA
• x007 October 22 – The King – West Hollywood, CA
• x006 November 02 – Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (special screening) – Los Angeles, CA
The film also received nominations for best film, best actor for Leonardo DiCaprio, and best director and best screenplay for Quentin Tarantino.
Brad Pitt on Monday landed a Golden Globe nomination for his work in Once Upon a Time in…Hollywood. Pitt was nominated for best performance by an actor in a supporting role in any motion picture.
Actor Damon Herriman previously said Quentin Tarantino cut a few Manson moments from the movie before release.
There were more Charles Manson moments shot for Once Upon a Time in…Hollywood — and now they are coming to light thanks to Tuesday’s Blu-ray release, which includes a number of deleted scenes from the Quentin Tarantino film.
One of those scenes is an elongated introduction to Charles Manson, played by Damon Herriman in the Sony film.
In the theatrical release, Manson goes to the Hollywood Hills home where Sharon Tate and husband Roman Polanski live, looking for the former resident, music producer Terry Melcher, and his friend, Beach Boys member Dennis Wilson. He is told by Jay Sebring (Emile Hirsch) that the Polanskis live there now and is directed to talk to the home’s owner, Paul Barabuta, who lives adjacent to the property. End of scene.
But in the Blu-ray extras, that moment picks up and the audience sees Manson talk to Barabuta, trying to find out where Terry and Dennis moved. Barabuta tells him he has no idea.