Tarantino will take us on a new literary path that opposes everything that has been done until now, starting with the final product to make the initial product.
Quentin Tarantino, who directed, produced and wrote the script for “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” starring Leonardo Di Caprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie, could offer us a literary banquet taking this blockbuster hit to the big screen.
In an interview offered by the 57-year-old director for Pure Cinema, who recently became a father, he shed light on this subject of great interest to fans of his works.
"I hadn't thought about that until recently, but now I'm thinking about it a lot. I could be writing a novel for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood."
Regarding film production, it grossed $ 374 million worldwide and was nominated for 10 Oscars by 2020. It is in Tarantino's second highest grossing film after "Django Unchained."
In closing, she described Brad Pitt's famous shirtless scene on the tape as "homoerotic" however, it gave the actor the freedom to do it in his own way as his experience is worth as much as the filmmaker's.