Before the release of Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, people are already commenting about Sharon Tate scenes at Cannes. It is the reason why Tarantino is annoyed by the reaction of the screen time of Margot Robbie.
Quentin Tarantino tweaked Once Upon A Time In Hollywood
People were already told that Quentin Tarantino might change a few scenes of the film after displaying it at the Cannes film festival. Hence, our prediction was very true. Tarantino had filmed a couple of scenes while shooting which were lost at Cannes.
However, he stated that he was happy with the scenes in Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. Furthermore, he stated that he has added a 2-minute clip which was trimmed at the event. He also said that Tina Anderson who is his post-production supervisor trimmed two more scenes.
Later on, he put back a scene where Sharon Tate picks up a hitchhiker. Also, he added another scene where James Stacy speaks with Rick.
Quentin Tarantino on Margot Robbie’s screen time
Tarantino was not happy with the screen time of Margot Robbie in the Cannes edit. He later added that the edits in the film helped complete the character as a person.
Additionally, he stated that she is a person who has been outlined by her death. Moreover, he never wanted to create a Sharon Tate story, instead, he wanted the audience to know who she was.
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Once Upon A Time In Hollywood (18) hits our screens in one month today – August 14th pic.twitter.com/ZEqNjVLdNk
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While researching her, he realized she knew a lot of individuals. In the end, he stated that she was too pure for the world.
What can we expect from these Sharon Tate scenes?
Viewers will see Tate running errands, doing her stuff and driving around in the film. Also, it was Tarantino’s wish to show more of Sharon in the movie.
— Nerdist (@nerdist) July 17, 2019
We have seen a handful of illustrated movie posters popping up in the last couple of years. YAY! Today we got the new Once Upon A Time In Hollywood poster by artist Steve Chorney. You won't know that if you read any of the articles about it. Not ONE credits the artist. Not ONE. pic.twitter.com/XHXusJL24t
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