Alright, just get over the debate on the ending of Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood now. For the ones who haven't watched it, I won't spoil it. So, as the movie is still in running in theatres and doing incredibly well going on to become Quentin's highest-grossing film till date.
And while that run continues, star Brad Pitt has now teased a potential mini-series on the film. According to a report in Variety, "Times” writer Kyle Buchanan published some unreleased details from the profile, including Pitt’s confirmation that Quentin Tarantino discussed a streaming version of “Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood” that would expand the film into several episodes with more footage. “Yeah he’s talked about it,” Pitt said. “It’s a pretty arousing idea.”
Pitt also explained why he thinks an episodic version of Tarantino’s fantastical Manson murder story may find more success in today’s streaming era. “I’m curious to see if movies last if movies stick around,” Pitt said. “What I notice about the younger generation is that they’re used to receiving a lot of information at a much faster pace, and they’re more inclined to watch a short series of episodes where you can stay in it as long as you want or jump out whenever you get bored.”
Pitt added that while he loves the “transportive experience” of going to the movie theater, which he guessed was one of the main draws to Tarantino’s latest blockbuster, he also thinks episodic series can lend more freedom to character and story development. “I look at series where you can spend much more time on characters and story and explore angles you don’t always get to in film,” he said.
Wouldn't that indeed be amazing to watch?