An extended version of Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood arrives in US cinemas this week.

As the awards jockeying starts to gather pace, one contender is Quentin Tarantino’s summer hit Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. The film recently made headlines when Tarantino refused to cut material to secure a Chinese release and satiates its censors, and you can read more on that here.

The film lands on disc in the UK in December with over 25 minutes of additional scenes. But now we learn that Sony – in the US at least – is set to release a longer version in cinemas this week.

It’ll add over ten minutes to the film, with the inclusion of four more scenes. That’s set to leave the movie’s running time at over two hours and 50 minutes.

It’s unclear as of yet if we’ll get that cut at any point in the UK, but we’ll keep you posted as we hear more.

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