Quentin Tarantino has unveiled a trailer for the novel he drew from his film “Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood” and it features previously unseen footage of Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt.
Quentin Tarantino adapted Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood, his latest feature film, into a novel, in order to dig out certain characters and add everything he had to cut from the film. Its first cut was 4 hours, of which only 2:41 remain in the cinema version.
Today, the filmmaker unveils a trailer for this novelization, full of unpublished images of cut scenes from the film:
We can notably spot among the new scenes one with Charles Manson (Damon Herriman) and another with Al Pacino who plays the impresario of the character of DiCaprio. There is also a phone call between Rick Dalton and little Trudi with whom he shot a western (one of the highlights of the film, where DiCaprio gives the answer to the young Julia Butters).
Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood recounts the relationship between declining actor Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his stuntman Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt). The two men will find themselves in spite of themselves confronted with the guru Charles Manson in a year 1969 in the very tense context.
The novel by Quentin Tarantino is already available in the United States edited by Harper Perennial, and the French version arrives August 18, edited by Fayard.
What is the best Tarantino movie according to your ratings?