SPHE Press Release: Once Upon A Time In Hollywood (4k UHD) (Blu-ray)

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“SEE IT ONCE. SEE IT TWICE. THEN SEE IT AGAIN…”
~PETER TRAVERS, ROLLING STONE

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THE ACCLAIMED NINTH FILM FROM
TWO-TIME ACADEMY AWARD® WINNER QUENTIN TARANTINO
COMES TO DIGITAL NOVEMBER 26
AND 4K ULTRA HD™, BLU-RAY™ AND DVD DECEMBER 10
WITH EVEN MORE SIGHTS AND SOUNDS OF THE ‘60s

ALSO AVAILABLE IN A LIMITED 4K ULTRA HD COLLECTOR’S EDITION
WITH 7” VINYL RECORD, COLLECTIBLE VINTAGE POSTER AND
AN EXCLUSIVE NEW MINI EDITION OF MAD MAGAZINE INSPIRED BY THE FILM

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ONCE UPON A TIME…IN HOLLYWOOD – Deleted Scene
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMOSP9KY4oA&feature=youtu.be

CULVER CITY, CALIF. (OCTOBER 28, 2019) – Academy Award winner[1] Leonardo DiCaprio and Academy Award nominee[2] Brad Pitt give “explosively funny and emotionally complex performances”[3]as actor Rick Dalton and his longtime friend and stuntman Cliff Booth, alongside Academy Award nominee[4] Margot Robbie as Sharon Tate in the blockbuster ninth film from writer and director Quentin Tarantino, ONCE UPON A TIME…IN HOLLYWOOD, coming to digital on November 26 and 4K Ultra HD™, Blu-ray™ and DVD December 10.

Also arriving December 10 is a limited 4K Ultra HD Collector’s Edition of the film, sure to make any Tarantino fan’s holiday wish list. Premium collectible packaging will contain a 7” vinyl record with two of the soundtrack’s grooviest tunes (complete with turntable adapter), a collectible vintage poster for the Rick Dalton film Operazione Dyn-o-mite! and an exclusive new MAD Magazine parody of the Rick Dalton TV series “Bounty Law,” Lousy Law. The collector’s edition is available for pre-order today from Amazon.comWalmart.comBestBuy.com and Target.com.

The 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD and digital releases come loaded with even more sights and sounds of the ‘60s, featuring over twenty additional minutes of footage that delves deeper into world of Rick Dalton’s Hollywood. The 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and digital include an additional behind-the-scenes look at the film’s production design, cinematography, costume design, cars and more.

Collectors will also be delighted by exclusive packaging and gifts-with-purchase offered at retail for the film’s Blu-ray release. These include “Rick Dalton” movie poster cards available at Walmart, a vintage-style film magazine with over 26 never-before-seen production photos available at Target and a collectible steelbook available at Best Buy. All exclusive offerings are available for pre-order today.

Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood visits 1969 Los Angeles, where everything is changing, as TV star Rick Dalton (DiCaprio) and his longtime stunt double Cliff Booth (Pitt) make their way around an industry they hardly recognize anymore. The ninth film from the writer-director features “one of the greatest casts of all time”[5]—including Robbie, Julia Butters, Margaret Qualley, Timothy Olyphant, Luke Perry, Austin Butler, Dakota Fanning, Emile Hirsch, Bruce Dern and Al Pacino—and multiple storylines in a tribute to the final moments of Hollywood’s golden age.

Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood has proven to be a favorite of fans and critics alike. The film earned Tarantino the highest-grossing box office opening of his career, and it has been Certified Fresh by RottenTomatoes.com. Cinemablend’s Sean O’Connell calls Leonardo DiCaprio’s turn as Rick Dalton “the best performance of his career,” while TIME’s Stephanie Zacharek says, “Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood ranks among Quentin Tarantino’s finest.” Pete Hammond of DEADLINE writes, “The best movies surprise us, move us, make us think and entertain all at the same time. This one does all of that.”

Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood has a runtime of approximately 161 minutes and is rated R for language throughout, some strong graphic violence, drug use and sexual references.

4K ULTRA HD, BLU-RAY AND DIGITAL BONUS MATERIALS

  • Over Twenty Minutes of Additional Scenes
  • Five exclusive behind the scenes pieces including:
    • Quentin Tarantino’s Love Letter to Hollywood
    • Bob Richardson – For the Love of Film
    • Shop Talk – The Cars of 1969
    • Restoring Hollywood – The Production Design of Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood
    • The Fashion of 1969

DVD BONUS MATERIALS

  • Over Twenty Minutes of Additional Scenes

CAST AND CREW
Writer and Director: Quentin Tarantino
Producers: David Heyman, Shannon McIntosh, Quentin Tarantino
Executive Producers: Georgia Kacandes, Yu Dong, Jeffrey Chan
Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio (The Revenant), Brad Pitt (Ad Astra), Margot Robbie (I, Tonya), Emile Hirsch (Into the Wild), Margaret Qualley (TV’s “Fosse/Verdon”), Timothy Olyphant (TV’s “Justified”), Austin Butler (TV’s “The Shannara Chronicles”), Dakota Fanning (TV’s “The Alienist”), Bruce Dern (The Hateful Eight) and Al Pacino (The Irishman)

SPECS
4K Ultra HD: Feature: 2160p Ultra High Definition 2.39:1 | Audio: 7.1 DTS-HD MA
Blu-ray: Feature: 1080p High Definition 2.39:1 | Audio: 5.1 DTS-HD MA
DVD: Feature: 2.39:1 Anamorphic Widescreen | Audio: 5.1 Dolby Digital

[1] Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role, The Revenant (2015)
[2] Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role, Moneyball (2013); Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008); Best Actor in a Supporting Role, Twelve Monkeys (1995)
[3] Peter Travers, Rolling Stone
[4] Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role, I, Tonya (2017)
Academy Award® is the registered trademark of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences.
[5] Jake Hamilton, FOX TV

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81 Comments

  1. Interesting slipcover on the BD. I think that's the first time I've seen the rating on the spine of a release. I'm wondering if the 20 mins of deleted scenes will include the 10 mins added back in for the rerelease?

  2. I’ve got to admit I love the idea of the collector’s edition with the poster and vinyl. I’m worried though that it’ll be like a lot of the releases coming out where the special edition is only available for the Blu-ray and not the 4K version.

  3. DavidJ

    I’ve got to admit I love the idea of the collector’s edition with the poster and vinyl. I’m worried though that it’ll be like a lot of the releases coming out where the special edition is only available for the Blu-ray and not the 4K version.

    Except in this case it's the other way around; it's a 4K special edition.

  4. Stephen_J_H

    I'm wondering if the 20 mins of deleted scenes will include the 10 mins added back in for the rerelease?

    It turns out they weren’t re-edited back into the film. They showed additional fake commercials and Rick Dalton fake movie and show scenes before and after the film, but the film itself wasn’t changed or expanded.

  5. Josh Steinberg

    It turns out they weren’t re-edited back into the film. They showed additional fake commercials and Rick Dalton fake movie and show scenes before and after the film, but the film itself wasn’t changed or expanded.

    My guess is that there's another 10 minutes of TV show scenes & commercials and the 10 minutes that was put out with the theatrical re-release. Since it's rumored that they're going to do an expanded edition of the movie for Netflix, I think they'll save actual deleted scenes for that.

    I'd like to see whatever bit had Tim Roth do though.

  6. mcash007

    Is the link for the 4K special edition? Or is that a separate item? Because I see another one. And 75 bucks for a couple of things is kinda ridicules, even through the price does usually come down, but it better come down a lot.

    Now it’s showing $56.99, and no doubt will drop more before the release date.

  7. Brian Kidd

    I wonder what the two songs are on the 45.

    Looking at the picture on Amazon, it's Bring A Little Lovin' by Los Bravos. Since it's part of the movie (and I assume cheaper than licensing a song), maybe the B side is Rick Dalton doing Green Door on Hullabaloo.

  8. Keith Cobby

    I'm not giving Mr T any more of my money. Our household is a Samsung one so no Apple products. I shall wait until it is either on Prime, Netflix, or a friend buys it!

    But it’s over 2 hours so I guess you’ll skip this one too. 😉

  9. TravisR

    Well, you definitely seem to be going in to the movie with an open mind so enjoy not enjoying it when you finally see it.

    :laugh: Keith is not buying Tarantino's storytelling so I think he should skip this one too and give the rest of us a break in this thread.:D

  10. Keith Cobby

    I intend to see it, it might be great. It's just that this time i'm not paying. If it is great i'll buy the disc.

    Something tells me you're not going to like it. Did you like Inglourious Basterds? If not then I think it will be the same here.

  11. Robert Crawford

    Something tells me you're not going to like it. Did you like Inglourious Basterds? If not then I think it will be the same here.

    Boy, I don't see the 2 as analogous at all. There's way less "fat" on "IB" than "Once" – even the supposed "slow scenes" still work really well, whereas those in "Once" just drag on forever without much payoff…

  12. Ronald Epstein

    Looking at that video, some of the Blu-ray edition stills look better than the 4k.

    I didn't see a single one that looked better on the Blu-ray edition. A few of them were kinda close but the 4K version blew the standard Blu out of the water on every shot where black levels mattered, not to mention the benefits we'll see with HDR (which isn't demonstrated in the YouTube video).

    Keith Cobby

    I would like to see this but i don't intend to pay!

    This is a FANTASTIC film and I'm at a loss why any film lover would avoid it.

    Mark

  13. Colin Jacobson

    Boy, I don't see the 2 as analogous at all. There's way less "fat" on "IB" than "Once" – even the supposed "slow scenes" still work really well, whereas those in "Once" just drag on forever without much payoff…

    I see a very clear analogue. Both are films which purport to take place in the real world, showing fictional characters that could easily represent people who lived and participated in the events and times each film took place. And then, when history catches up with the story allowing only one possible outcome, Tarantino veers into wish fulfillment and fantasy.

    In both films, the hook to lure in viewers is that we’re returning to a familiar time and place and seeing familiar stories being told, but then the payoff is that we’re going to watch events play out in a fictional matter.

    Both are the film equivalent of watching a re-enactment of the famous Giants-Dodgers game, where every inning is recreated perfectly pitch by pitch, and then at the end, Bobby Thomson doesn’t hit a home run and the Giants don’t win the pennant.

    I thought it was a cute trick the first time QT pulled it but it’s frankly worn out it’s welcome with me due to the sheer repetition of the twist.

  14. Robert Crawford

    Something tells me you're not going to like it. Did you like Inglourious Basterds? If not then I think it will be the same here.

    I absolutely loved Inglorious Basterds. It was my favorite Tarantino film UNTIL Once Upon a Time in Hollywood arrived.

    A lot of people seem to think that Tarantino films are all about the action and blood and gore. I like Tarantino's signature violence just fine (which, somewhat surprisingly, is sort of minimal in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood) but the real joy of a Tarantino film is the dialog. Tarantino writes scripts that allow his characters to use their tongues more skillfully than a high-end call girl.

    I guess some people find long stretches of incredibly interesting and mesmerizing dialog to be, well, boring.

    Mark

  15. Josh Steinberg

    I see a very clear analogue. Both are films which purport to take place in the real world, showing fictional characters that could easily represent people who lived and participated in the events and times each film took place. And then, when history catches up with the story allowing only one possible outcome, Tarantino veers into wish fulfillment and fantasy.

    In both films, the hook to lure in viewers is that we’re returning to a familiar time and place and seeing familiar stories being told, but then the payoff is that we’re going to watch events play out in a fictional matter.

    Both are the film equivalent of watching a re-enactment of the famous Giants-Dodgers game, where every inning is recreated perfectly pitch by pitch, and then at the end, Bobby Thomson doesn’t hit a home run and the Giants don’t win the pennant.

    I thought it was a cute trick the first time QT pulled it but it’s frankly worn out it’s welcome with me due to the sheer repetition of the twist.

    Oh, you're right that both offer "historical fiction" – no argument there.

    I thought the comparisons were related to other areas like pacing – that's where I see the big difference.

    I thought the analogy was "if you weren't bored by 'Basterds', you won't be bored by 'Once'"…

  16. Mark Booth

    I absolutely loved Inglorious Basterds. It was my favorite Tarantino film UNTIL Once Upon a Time in Hollywood arrived.

    A lot of people seem to think that Tarantino films are all about the action and blood and gore. I like Tarantino's signature violence just fine (which, somewhat surprisingly, is sort of minimal in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood) but the real joy of a Tarantino film is the dialog. Tarantino writes scripts that allow his characters to use their tongues more skillfully than a high-end call girl.

    I guess some people find long stretches of incredibly interesting and mesmerizing dialog to be, well, boring.

    Mark

    The opening scene in "Basterds" with Colonel Landa is arguably the most impressive piece of filmmaking QT ever did – there's almost no "action" but it's spell-binding.

    I didn't see anything even close to that level in "Once"!

  17. Josh Steinberg

    I think some people felt that the ending of IG invalidated the entire experience and made them feel that the movie had been a waste of their time. If you felt that way about IG, you’d likely feel the same about Once.

    The funny thing there is that going into "IB", I expected a movie more like that ending than what we got during the prior 2 hours.

    I thought it'd be a campy, bloody B-movie, so when it did embrace that, I was fine with it!

  18. Colin Jacobson

    The opening scene in "Basterds" with Colonel Landa is arguably the most impressive piece of filmmaking QT ever did – there's almost no "action" but it's spell-binding.

    I didn't see anything even close to that level in "Once"!

    No argument there. But I have a very soft spot for films that are about Hollywood and the making of movies (or exhibition of movies).

    San Diego is close enough to La La Land that many San Diegans sort of feel we are neighbors with Hollywood. Only, on the good side of the tracks. 🙂

    Mark

  19. Colin Jacobson

    The opening scene in "Basterds" with Colonel Landa is arguably the most impressive piece of filmmaking QT ever did – there's almost no "action" but it's spell-binding.

    I didn't see anything even close to that level in "Once"!

    I’d put the scene at the Spahn Ranch on the same level as that, absolutely.

  20. Colin Jacobson

    The opening scene in "Basterds" with Colonel Landa is arguably the most impressive piece of filmmaking QT ever did – there's almost no "action" but it's spell-binding.

    I didn't see anything even close to that level in "Once"!

    Yeah, that's a tough one to beat. 🙂 For me, OUATIH has many small moments or small scenes that I absolutely loved. The montage with Out Of Time playing that ends with the neon light signs coming on, the ton of great shots of people driving around 1969 LA, Rick flipping out in his trailer, Rick talking to Trudy about method acting, RIck getting his mojo back and showing he's a good actor, Cliff meeting Pussycat, Cliff meeting Squeaky, the utterly fantastic, violent & hilarious climax. It's probably not for everyone but this was one of my favorite movies in a long time and it's one of, if not, Quentin Tarantino's best movies.

  21. Josh Steinberg

    I see a very clear analogue. Both are films which purport to take place in the real world, showing fictional characters that could easily represent people who lived and participated in the events and times each film took place. And then, when history catches up with the story allowing only one possible outcome, Tarantino veers into wish fulfillment and fantasy.

    In both films, the hook to lure in viewers is that we’re returning to a familiar time and place and seeing familiar stories being told, but then the payoff is that we’re going to watch events play out in a fictional matter.

    Both are the film equivalent of watching a re-enactment of the famous Giants-Dodgers game, where every inning is recreated perfectly pitch by pitch, and then at the end, Bobby Thomson doesn’t hit a home run and the Giants don’t win the pennant.

    I thought it was a cute trick the first time QT pulled it but it’s frankly worn out it’s welcome with me due to the sheer repetition of the twist.

    Thank you for making my POV so clearly as I never mention "boring" in my previous comments.

  22. Mark Booth

    I absolutely loved Inglorious Basterds. It was my favorite Tarantino film UNTIL Once Upon a Time in Hollywood arrived.

    A lot of people seem to think that Tarantino films are all about the action and blood and gore. I like Tarantino's signature violence just fine (which, somewhat surprisingly, is sort of minimal in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood) but the real joy of a Tarantino film is the dialog. Tarantino writes scripts that allow his characters to use their tongues more skillfully than a high-end call girl.

    I guess some people find long stretches of incredibly interesting and mesmerizing dialog to be, well, boring.

    Mark

    I agree wholeheartedly, Mark. Tarantino's dialogue is what always draws me in to his films, more so than the action.

    I am a big Tarantino fan, but haven't seen this film yet (we rarely go to the theater anymore). I plan on using some Amazon digital credits for a free rental while I wait for the price on the 4K version (either disc or streaming) to drop to my acceptable level.

  23. TravisR

    It's probably not for everyone but this was one of my favorite movies in a long time and it's one of, if not, Quentin Tarantino's best movies.

    It is his best film. Quinten Tarantino manages to encompass 1969 with eerie ease, and the structure of the film is Intoxicating. Wildly original in the current landscape of cinema. Mr. Tarantino proves that age doesn't diminish talented filmmakers as he claims.
    He himself is the perfect example.

  24. Colin Jacobson

    I didn't see anything even close to that level in "Once"!

    I thought the sequences where Brad Pitt visits the Spahn camp pretty close. I was on the edge of my seat!

    Edit: I see Mark V beat me to the punch. 😉

  25. Tino

    I thought the sequences where Brad Pitt visits the Spahn camp pretty close. I was on the edge of my seat!

    Edit: I see Mark V beat me to the punch. 😉

    Without delving into spoilers, when Vanilla Fudge's cover of You Keep Me Hangin' On comes on as the climax begins, the movie gets pretty suspenseful too.

  26. Bryan^H

    And this song is so perfect for the film.
    I love it.

    The soundtrack is fantastic since QT is a master of digging up great old music but my favorites from this movie are Paul Revere And The Raiders' "Mr. Sun, Mr. Moon" and Neil Diamond's "Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show".

  27. TravisR

    The soundtrack is fantastic since QT is a master of digging up great old music but my favorites from this movie are Paul Revere And The Raiders' "Mr. Sun, Mr. Moon" and Neil Diamond's "Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show".

    He sure is. I wasn't too wild about the soundtrack with my first viewing, each of my four more trips to view it grew on me more, and more. Now it is one of my favorites of all his films.

  28. I grew up outside of Los Angeles in the 60s & 70s (Orange County), and hearing the DJs and soundchecks for 93 KHJ Boss Radio on the soundtrack and in the movie brought back a lot of childhood memories. The Real Don Steele, Humble Harve, Robert W. Morgan and Charlie Tuna were the DJs that ruled the airwaves. I listened to that station a lot growing up, until FM came along and killed off AM music stations.

  29. Jeff F.

    I grew up outside of Los Angeles in the 60s & 70s (Orange County), and hearing the DJs and soundchecks for 93 KHJ Boss Radio on the soundtrack and in the movie brought back a lot of childhood memories. The Real Don Steele, Humble Harve, Robert W. Morgan and Charlie Tuna were the DJs that ruled the airwaves. I listened to that station a lot growing up, until FM came along and killed off AM music stations.

    Awesome. Quentin said it is his most personal film as he was a youngster of that time, and place. I think that is what makes the film so special. It oozes the ambient vibe of a bygone era. And the characters ring true to the period especially Rick Dalton in which TV Western shows were in abundance in the mid to late 60's. I can picture "Bounty Law" in the prime time NBC line up. It isn't a hard reach of the imagination to think any of the events in this film could not have easily taken place.

  30. Only one week until release (on physical media). I have been very tempted to purchase the digital copy from iTunes so I can watch it sooner. But I've waited a couple of weeks (since it was released on digital) so I might as well wait a little longer.

    Mark

  31. I absolutely loved Inglorious Basterds. It was my favorite Tarantino film UNTIL Once Upon a Time in Hollywood arrived.

    Same, for me. I haven't been this excited for a movie to come out on disc in some time.

  32. I haven't seen this yet, and am looking forward to watching it, but IMO there's NOTHING in Tarantino's filmography that bests Pulp Fiction. He'll never top it as far as I'm concerned. Change my mind, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

  33. dpippel

    I haven't seen this yet, and am looking forward to watching it, but IMO there's NOTHING in Tarantino's filmography that bests Pulp Fiction. He'll never top it as far as I'm concerned. Change my mind, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

    Jackie Brown is his best film.

  34. dpippel

    I haven't seen this yet, and am looking forward to watching it, but IMO there's NOTHING in Tarantino's filmography that bests Pulp Fiction. He'll never top it as far as I'm concerned. Change my mind, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

    Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction blew my then-teenage mind so they will always have a fond place in my heart but Once Upon A Time In… Hollywood is a better movie. Time is the real test and it hasn't even been out for 5 months so this is premature to say the least but I think it's possibly his best movie.

  35. TravisR

    Amazon delivered my copy of the collector's edition yesterday (hooray!) and the 45 rpm has Bring A Little Lovin' by Los Bravos and the flip side has Paul Revere And The Raiders doing Good Thing.

    Best Buy always had my pre-orders delivered early (usually the Friday, or Saturday before a Tuesday release) so I kind of expected it with this one. Didn't happen, in fact I got an e-mail saying congratulations, your order will arrive early (Monday, the 9th) only to have that altered to "new delivery date-Tuesday December 10 a few hours later.

  36. Bryan^H

    Best Buy always had my pre-orders delivered early (usually the Friday, or Saturday before a Tuesday release) so I kind of expected it with this one. Didn't happen, in fact I got an e-mail saying congratulations, your order will arrive early (Monday, the 9th) only to have that altered to "new delivery date-Tuesday December 10 a few hours later.

    That beats being late. 🙂 I never get things early (over the last few months, I frequently get Amazon pre-orders after Tuesday) so I was pretty surprised and happy to get this one before release date.

  37. I ordered the UHD yesterday morning. I hope to have it in my P.O. box when I get home this weekend. Looking forward to seeing it again
    (I didn’t stay through the end credits in the theater, so I think I missed something that happens, at least that’s what someone said on the movies thread).

  38. I am waiting for my Target delivery of the bluray and I cannot wait to see it again! It has been a long time since a film resonated with me the way this one did – I believe it will really reward multiple viewings.

    Still, it amazes me that there are so many pre-judgements against the film. I was so surprised to read Stefanie Powers say just last week that she did not want to see the film because it "trivialized" Jay Sebring and Sharon Tate, both of whom were her friends. It must be so surreal and painful to have a film made about people you knew, so I don't mean this about her comments, but I remain amazed how one this one film garnered so many negative pre-judgements.

  39. Bryan^H

    Best Buy always had my pre-orders delivered early (usually the Friday, or Saturday before a Tuesday release) so I kind of expected it with this one. Didn't happen, in fact I got an e-mail saying congratulations, your order will arrive early (Monday, the 9th) only to have that altered to "new delivery date-Tuesday December 10 a few hours later.

    If it was shipped via UPS, good luck on getting it soon! An iPad I ordered from Best Buy is now 6 days past due. UPS is having serious problems meeting delivery estimates, there are tens of thousands of UPS packages that are late (according to a UPS Store employee).

    Mark

  40. I've got a $100 Best Buy gift card so I'll use that to pick up Once Upon a Time in Hollywood 4K at the store. I plan to pick it up early tomorrow so I can watch it in the afternoon (while the wife is out with friends, that way I can crank it up LOUD!). 🙂

    Mark

  41. Richard M S

    Still, it amazes me that there are so many pre-judgements against the film. I was so surprised to read Stefanie Powers say just last week that she did not want to see the film because it "trivialized" Jay Sebring and Sharon Tate, both of whom were her friends. It must be so surreal and painful to have a film made about people you knew, so I don't mean this about her comments, but I remain amazed how one this one film garnered so many negative pre-judgements.

    I can see how family or friends of the real victims would be bothered by any thing showing someone they loved but I don't think there's any disrespect or trivialization intended or shown in the movie. In the case of Sharon Tate, I think the movie is something of a tribute to her as it presents her as a lovely person

    Spoiler

  42. I ordered mine from target as part of the recent B2G1 sale. I haven't pre-ordered from Target very often so don't have a history on delivery times from them. They shipped it on Sunday but it is sitting at the local UPS distribution center (since yesterday) and tracking says it won't be delivered until tomorrow :angry:.

  43. Ronald Epstein

    Amazon is a little late with delivery. Release date is today (at least that is what is on my release calendar) and it won't arrive till Thursday.

    Me too. But, admittedly, they had told me that when I pre-ordered it.

    It seems odd for a title of this profile.

  44. Mike2001

    I ordered mine from target as part of the recent B2G1 sale. I haven't pre-ordered from Target very often so don't have a history on delivery times from them. They shipped it on Sunday but it is sitting at the local UPS distribution center (since yesterday) and tracking says it won't be delivered until tomorrow :angry:.

    Mine along with "It: Chapter 2" from that same Target sale arrived today.

  45. Richard V

    Got a question. In the Tarantino Universe, is there any suggestion that Kurt Russell's character is Stuntman Mike?

    Russell's character is named Randy in OUATIH. If I had to imagine a link, I'd say they're brothers but I prefer to think that Randy has no link to the evil Stuntman Mike (except they look very similar 🙂 ).

  46. Richard V

    Got a question. In the Tarantino Universe, is there any suggestion that Kurt Russell's character is Stuntman Mike?

    Not sure, but it's spooky how much di Caprio looks like Kurt Russell in this, especially when he puts on the long wig and the mustache.

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