On the director's cut of "Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood"
Quentin Tarantino has confirmed that a four-hour version of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood will be released in the future. It will last 4 hours and 20 minutes.
The original film was 161 minutes long when it was released last August. On October 25, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood re-released in the US with a 10-minute extension, and its digital release in November gave viewers over 20 minutes of additional footage, including a deleted scene with the late actor Luke Perry (he passed away March 4, 2019).
Quentin Tarantino has filmed a lot of scenes for his latest movie and there's a chance we could see it all in about a year. Since the film's premiere, rumors about a director's cut have abounded, including the possibility of a Netflix miniseries - something Tarantino has already done with the extended cut of The Hateful Eight. During a recent interview, Tarantino confirmed that the four-hour version of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood will likely be released next year.