Seven deleted scenes are set to be included when Once Upon A Time In Hollywood arrives on disc in December.
Set to be announced imminently is the home formats release of Quentin Tarantino’s hit, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. That said, the film is now up for preorder, with a UK date of 9th December for the DVD, Blu-ray and 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray.
The film was the biggest non-franchise success of the summer at the box office, and ran for two hours and 40 minutes. But as had been hinted around the time of its release, it could have run for a good deal longer, with talk already of a longer version arriving on Netflix at some point in the future.
For now, though, the disc release of the movie looks like it’s going to add at least 25 minutes of footage through deleted scenes (viewable separately from the main feature, we’re assuming). These have come to light via the German release of the film, where a list of extras has been confirmed (and we’re indebted to Film Stories contributor Anton Volkov for spotting them).
Here’s the list of extra material, with running times…
Deleted Scene – Old Chattanooga Beer Commercial 000:49
Deleted Scene – Red Apple Commercial 1969 Era 001:09
Deleted Scene – Hullabaloo – Rick Dalton Sings “Green Door” 002:55
Deleted Scene – Bounty Law 003:50
Deleted Scene – Lancer – The Meeting of Two Brothers 004:46
Deleted Scene – Charlie Talks to Paul Barabuta and Waves to Cliff 004:57
Deleted Scene – Rick Dalton and Sam Wanamaker Talk on Set 006:53
The home release of the film is expected in November. We’ll confirm that when we get the official news. Likewise, whether the above appear on all formats of the film remains to be seen.
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