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'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' Release in China Reportedly Delayed Because of Bruce Lee's Daughter

'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' Release in China Reportedly Delayed Because of Bruce Lee's Daughter

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood will take a little longer to reach China.

The Quentin Tarantino film was set to hit theaters on October 25 after being approved by Chinese censors, but it has been “temporarily put on hold” according to Variety on Friday (October 18).

According to the report, “the daughter of Bruce Lee has filed a complaint to China’s National Film Administration about the on-screen depiction of her late father, a hero to many Chinese. The film contains a scene in which Brad Pitt’s stuntman character challenges a ridiculously boastful young Lee to a fight and easily tosses him aside.”

“As long as Quentin can make some cuts, it will be released as planned,” a source went on to say in the report.

Shannon Lee has previously spoken out about her father’s depiction in the film, as well as Quentin‘s commentary about the late star.

READ MORE: Shannon Lee Reacts to Quentin Tarantino’s Comments About Her Dad Bruce Lee: ‘Shut Up’

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