You may not have seen the last of Leonardo DiCaprio in a scraggly fake mustache or Brad Pitt in just a cowboy hat and jeans...
Earlier this week, Pitt teased the potential of Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood being turned into a miniseries for Netflix, according to the New York Times writer Kyle Buchanan, saying it was a "a pretty arousing idea.”
Just as Tarantino did for The Hateful Eight (he broke that film into a four-part miniseries for Netflix, which included the extra footage that was cut before its theatrical release), the director could release Once Upon a Time in Hollywood with the extended deleted scenes. The entire film ran four hours and 20 minutes, before it was trimmed down for theaters to two hours and 40 minutes, according to IndieWire.
“It’s almost the best of both worlds,” Pitt said of Tarantino’s idea to release The Hateful Eight on Netflix as a miniseries. “You have the cinema experience that exists, but you can actually put more content in the series format.”