- Once Upon A Time In Hollywood
- Quentin Tarantino
- Leonardo DiCaprio
- Brad Pitt
"In the ’70s movie novelizations were the first adult books I grew up reading," Tarantino said in a statement. "And to this day I have a tremendous amount of affection for the genre. So as a movie-novelization aficionado, I’m proud to announce Once Upon A Time In Hollywood as my contribution to this often marginalized, yet beloved sub-genre in literature. I’m also thrilled to further explore my characters and their world in a literary endeavor that can (hopefully) sit alongside its cinematic counterpart."
1999 to 2003 and helped screenwriter Aaron Sorkin by providing him insider information about goings-on at Harvard at the time Facebook first appeared there.
The paperback (plus ebook and digital audio) is planned for release next summer, with a deluxe hardcover due in the autumn. And as for Tarantino's other book, non-fiction tome Cinema Speculation will find him expounding upon 1970s films, and is inspired by the writing of famed critic Pauline Kael. Buy Once Upon A Time In Hollywood at Amazon
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