"Once Upon a Time.in Hollywood's" China release, which was originally slated for October 25, has been put on hold, according to multiple outlets including The Hollywood Reporter (which first reported it), Variety, and Deadline.
This leaves the writer-director with no choice but to edit the film to improve its portrayal of martial arts master Bruce Lee if he wants to see the film open to millions of Chinese fans.
China film regulators did not comment on the delayed release.
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But now, regulators have apparently reversed this decision at the last minute, with the movie's local release date now on indefinite hold, according to sources from The Hollywood Reporter. The film contains a scene in which Brad Pitt's stuntman character challenges a ridiculously boastful young Lee to a fight and easily tosses him aside.
A re-decrease version became as soon as released a month later, nevertheless by then pirated copies with Chinese subtitles had flooded the market and the delayed official version handiest took in $2.6 million at the Chinese field divulge of enterprise, in accordance to THR.
In the meantime, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood's Chinese distributor, Bona Film Group, are said to be now working with Quentin on a new cut for the film so it can be re-approved for release.
It had received previously received its release approval from Chinese censors.
THR said Bona's equity stake in "Once Upon a Time" was large enough to give the Beijing-based backer participation in its worldwide box office and distribution rights in Greater China.