According vanity lounge , the streaming platform will make available to its users the first season of the extended version of “The Hateful Eight”, and it will happen on April 25 this year. For now, it will only be available to US subscribers. The original film will also be available on the same day.
The Hateful Eight premiered in 2015 and ran for 167 minutes. The film was nominated for various awards in several categories.
A few years after the American Civil War, bounty hunter John Ruth travels with his runaway Daisy Domergue to Red Rock, where Ruth will bring the woman to justice. Along the way, they meet Marquis Warren, a former Union soldier, and Chris Mannix, a southerner who claims to be the sheriff. The four take shelter from a snowstorm at a mountain pass, where they encounter four other strangers. There, eight travelers will discover that they may not make it to Red Rock.
In 2019, Quentin Tarantino himself brought up the idea of a miniseries and the offer he received from Netflix. The offer took the director by surprise, but he was intrigued.
In an interview with SlashFilm, he explained that the experience of editing The Hateful Eight is different from what a moviegoer might have in a movie theater. Recalling and describing some of the works, the director said:
“About a year after its release, maybe a little less, my editor Fred Ruskin and I met and then worked very hard. We edited the film into 50-minute segments and easily got four episodes. not everything from scratch, but we’ll be re-editing a lot and it works differently.”
How has the film changed? According to Quentin Tarantino, it depends on the fragment visualized and the relationships that are established:
“Some scenes are more similar to the movie than others, but it has a different feel. It has a distinct feel to it which I really like. And (at least) there was already a literary aspect to the movie, so it definitely has a “chapter development” quality to it.
According to the director’s words in 2019, each chapter of the miniseries that will be available on Netflix for US subscribers (currently) will be around 50 minutes long.
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