Tarantino Considering Longer Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Cut After Cannes Premiere

Tarantino Considering Longer Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Cut After Cannes Premiere
The cut moviegoers see of Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood may be longer than what recently screened at Cannes. The filmmaker's ninth movie recently held its premiere at the prestigious festival and, for the most part, critics have responded really well to his take on Tinseltown in 1969. Still, Tarantino is considering adding in some footage that wound up on the cutting room floor prior to the premiere.

Quentin Tarantino rushed to get the movie ready for its Cannes debut alongside his editor Fred Raskin. The initial cut was 4 hours and 20 minutes. They managed to get it down to 2 hours and 39 minutes. However, during a press conference, the filmmaker explained that he may tweak the cut and make it longer. Here's what he had to say about the process of getting the cut ready and what he might do with it now.

"I may make it longer.
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