November 18, 2020 4:26 PM
Quentin Tarantino continues to forge his way into other artistic fields. In addition to being a renowned director, screenwriter and producer and having been involved in making photography and editing other projects, the filmmaker is now turning to literature. The Oscar-winning double director is preparing two books for Harper Collins, one of which is an expanded version of “Once Upon a Time in … Hollywood” as a novel.
Winner of two Oscars, ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ was one of the most acclaimed feature films of the past year and Tarantino has previously commented on his intention to continue diving into the film world with Leonardo DiCaprio , Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie, although at that time he was talking about a series on “Bounty Law”, the fiction that Dalton plays in the film.
According to Deadline, the novel will delve into the life of Rick Dalton (DiCaprio) and his voice actor and assistant, Cliff Booth (Pitt). The book will delve into some aspects the film went through quickly, such as Dalton’s attempts to solidify his career in Italy.
Thus, Tarantino will further recount the declining star’s foray into spaghetti westerns, indulging in the more curious aspects, such as Dalton’s insistence that he be paid more to double his distinctive Missouri accent in English for the release of tapes in America.
It was precisely these scenes that underwent the most temporary transitions and ellipses in the final cut of “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”. With what, Tarantino will take advantage of these shortcomings to explain in more detail the world of his acclaimed film.
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