While Quentin Tarantino is ] For a while … In Hollywood most certainly will not be shortened to the tastes of Chinese censors – despite the country's decision to periodically ban Tarantino ultra-violent Hollywood drama from its lucrative movie market – which does not mean that it will not be processed soon. Variety announces that Sony is preparing to re-release Tarantino's love letter by the end of 60s Hollywood later this week, with 10 minutes of extra footage added to its already considerable 160- minutes of execution time.
There is no word yet on what content these scenes will include, although Variety notes that it will take the form of four or more additional scenes. The real question, of course, is whether Tarantino will use this opportunity to address complaints about the film – including his portrayal of martial arts legend Bruce Lee and the perception by some critics that Sharon Tate Margot Robbie becomes a side character in her own story – or whether he'll just fill it with another 10 minutes of elaborately crafted, dodging weirdness, in her usual fashion ld.
This "re" content strategy "has been gaining popularity in recent months; both Marvel's Avengers: Endgame and Sony's own Spider-Man: Away from Home use the lure for a few minutes of any possible DVD bonus material to get fans to see their blockbusters on the big screen one more time. Tarantino himself is no stranger to alternating cuts to his films in theaters; his latest film, The Hateful Eight moves in both standard and extended sections.