(Relaxnews) – In an interview with a New York Times reporter, Brad Pitt confirmed the development of a mini-series derived from the latest film by Quentin Tarantino, "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood." If the American actor praised the merits of what the streaming world has to offer today, he did not say if he would be part of the adventure.
The rumor has been around for a while and according to Brad Pitt the project seems to be really developing. The American actor has confirmed the information that a mini-series derived from the latest Tarantino, "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood", could very well appear. It was the New York Times reporter Kyle Buchanan who revealed this information his Twitter account after signing a portrait of the Hollywood actor.
Brad Pitt confirmed that Tarantino discussed a version of ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD that would expand the film to include different episodes and add cut footage. "It's a pretty exciting idea," Pitt told me. pic.twitter.com/nS4z6dmgud
– Kyle Buchanan (@kylebuchanan) September 5, 2019
According to Brad Pitt's revelations, the story of "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" can be split into a series of different episodes. "Yes, he talked about it," Brad Pitt told the New York Times on Wednesday, September 4. Last July, genius director Quentin Tarantino had already announced that he had signed the first five 30-minute episodes and was already thinking of other episodes.
A project that makes sense for Cliff Booth's "Once Upon a Time" Hollywood interpreter, who takes a cunning look at the use of new generation films and series: "What I noticed about the young generation is that they are used to to receive a lot of information at an unheard of pace, and they watch mini-series more often ".
Being an icon of cinema, Brad Pitt doesn't denigrate the television world, and even finds positive sides to the new streaming platforms that allow a freer approach to acting and expand the world of television. story: "I see the series as a place where you can spend more time on characters and plot by exploring corners that you don't necessarily have in movies." It remains to be seen whether the latter will resume its role in "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" when the series gets the green light.