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Once Upon A Time In Hollywood: Best Behind The Scenes Facts About Quentin Tarantino’s Masterpiece

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood was a masterpiece and all the fans that have seen the movie will agree with us, this movie, however, is not everyone’s cup of tea people who want to devour the history of Hollywood are lucky that Quentin Tarantino has written a love letter for his beloved fans.

Here we will share some of our favorite behind the scenes from Once Upon A Time In Hollywood for all the fans!

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Here are some of our favorite behind the scenes facts about the movie.

Tarantino’s Sets Never Have Ad-Libs

Tarantino likes to play by the books aka he likes to direct what the writers write, however, Leonardo made alot of changes on the sets one of them was s Cliff Booth’s profane pep talk to Rick Dalton, this movie is equally special for Leonardo, Tarantino, and Brad.

The Creation Of 1969 Los Angeles

Tarantino was against using CGI for showcasing 1969 Los Angeles Circa, he had everything inbuilt to give the sets the perfect vintage look and also had all the landmarks rebuilt.

Leonardo Used An Actual Flamethrower

Well, yes Leonardo used an actual flamethrower to set the stage on fire, it obviously took alot of convincing from the stunt professionals but in the end, he was able to do it.

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood Never Made To China

Bizzare but true the movie was never released in China, no specific reason was given for this, could be because of the restrictions or not liking of some scenes.

Bruce Lee’s Daughter Was Not Impressed

Bruce Lee’s daughter was not at all impressed by the way Tarantino’s movie depicted his father, if you haven’t seen the movie yet we would highly recommend it to you!

That is all for today we will keep fans updated on the latest news until then continue reading with us!

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Kane Dane

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