Quentin Tarantino’s directorial Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is all set to release worldwide. But as per the reports, the release of this masterpiece is put on hold in China due to some reasons. However, it is not confirmed still whether the country has banned the release but it definitely is on hold for now. The movie was going to release on 25th October earlier but not anymore.
The character of Brad Pitt in the movie is inspired by Bruce Lee and China is pretty upset with a few scenes that are shown in the movie. Even the daughter of Bruce Lee also filed a complaint against the movie to the country’s National Film Administration regarding the on-screen depiction of her late father in the film.
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The movie was released in America in July. It received a lot of positive responses from the audience and people are really appreciating this masterpiece by Quentin Tarantino. Actors as well the performance of the director got highly applauded by the viewers. The presence of big stars like Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt in one movie also gained it another point.
According to the sources, if the director of the movie agrees to make some cuts in the movie then only the country will consider releasing Once Upon A Time In Hollywood in China. In response to that Quentin Tarantino has maintained a ‘take it or leave it stance’ and said that he will not be editing a thing in the movie.