Quentin Tarantino will not restore "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" to Chinese Censors, Variety confirmed. The decision probably means that the friend of Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt drama and an ode to the end of the sixties Tinseltown would not appear in China ̵
Tarantino had previously clashed with Django Unchained's higher nodes in the country, and eventually agreed to make some excisions that eliminated scenes of graphic violence and nudity after the movie was pulled from release. It didn't matter much. When it was re-edited, the movie continued to transfer to China, earning $ 2.7 million, even as it grossed a massive $ 425.4 million worldwide. Once Upon a Time, which boasts a Chinese audience favorite with DiCaprio, starring alongside another A-lister in Pete, could be better.
"Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" is being circulated by Sony Photos, but Tarantino has a final cut of the movie, so any change must meet his approval. Chinese authorities have not told Sony which scenes are in doubt, but an exhibition source said the film's release on October 25 was "delayed" after Shannon Lee, Bruce Lee's daughter, filed a complaint with the National Film Administration of China. She objected to the screen portrayal of her late father as an arrogant and arrogant man who struggled to defeat Pete's characters in battle. Tarantino defended his introduction to the "Enter the Dragon" actor, telling reporters at a press conference in Moscow: "Bruce Lee was an arrogant man. The way he spoke, I didn't just banish much. "
Once Upon a Time In Hollywood is considered the front-runner for the Oscars and has amassed an impressive $ 366.8 million on $ 90 million budget. Spokesmen for Sony and Tarantino declined to comment.