Quentin Tarantino is a strong believer in the theatrical experience and has owned the New Beverly Cinema since 2007, while he is also one of a declining number of filmmakers who shoot their films exclusively on film as opposed to digital, but he doesn isn’t entirely against the idea. streaming services.
He was definitely on a milestone, admitting that he’d rather have a physical copy of something he’s going to watch, as when the Video Archives rental channel went bankrupt he bought all of the inventory. of the company, which amounted to more than 8,000 VHS and DVD tapes. However, his stance appears to have softened after rearranging The Hateful Eight as a four episode miniseries that was added to Netflix last year, and he has since confirmed that a four-hour outage of Once upon a time in hollywood was in preparation for the platform.
As it stands, the regular 161-minute theatrical version is playing well on the streamer, having trailed in the Top 20 most-watched for weeks. Tarantino’s love letter to Los Angeles in 1969 was a major critical and commercial success, earning nearly $ 375 million at the box office before landing ten Oscar nominations, including Best Picture, Best Director, for Best Actor and Best Original Screenplay, which saw Brad Pitt come home with the Best Supporting Actor trophy.
Once upon a time in hollywood It might not be as quick and energetic as some of the director’s previous efforts, at least not until Act 3 anyway, but it continued his phenomenal journey of success nonetheless that saw him deliver a steady stream. great moderns who firmly established it. as one of the industry’s leading authors for almost 30 years.