Earlier this year, Quentin Tarantino revealed that he’s directing a Once Upon A Time In Hollywood spin-off, set around the film’s fictitious TV show, Bounty Law. Now, the director has teased that he might be writing a novel adaptation too.
Speaking on the latest Pure Cinema podcast on April 1, Tarantino said he was “thinking a lot” about a potential book rendition of the Oscar nominated film about a faded television actor’s strive to achieve fame in Hollywood’s Golden Age: 1969 Los Angeles.
“I hadn’t thought about that until recently. But now I’m thinking a lot about it. I might be writing a novelisation to Once Upon A Time In Hollywood,” he said.
In January, the filmmaker released A Love Letter To Making Movies, a 30-minute documentary that shows the behind-the-scenes of Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, providing the audience with insights into Tarantino’s ideas, themes, and inspirations.
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