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Quentin Tarantino has said that he will not recut Once Upon A Time In Hollywood for the Chinese market in the wake of Chinese regulators pulling it a week before its scheduled release.

According to reports, the director is taking a take-it-or-leave-it stance after the acclaimed movie, which was due to be released in China on October 25, has been put on hold indefinitely.

No explanation was given to Sony Pictures Entertainment, the studio behind the movie, as to why it was pulled from the schedule, but it has been speculated that it has something to do with Tarantino’s portrayal of late martial arts hero Bruce Lee, who was of Chinese descent.

Shannon Lee, the legendary martial artist’s daughter, has long opposed Tarantino’s description of her father as a “kind of an arrogant guy.”

By: Damilola Faustino