Tarantino Cut the ‘Hollywood’ Scene He and Leonardo DiCaprio Loved Most: ‘We Were in Tears’

Tarantino Cut the ‘Hollywood’ Scene He and Leonardo DiCaprio Loved Most: ‘We Were in Tears’
Quentin Tarantino revealed on the ReelBlend podcast that his favorite scene in the “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” script was removed from the film’s theatrical release. The scene was an emotional phone conversation between Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) and child actor Trudi Fraser (Julie Butters), footage of which debuted in the trailer for the “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” novelization.

“That was my favorite scene in the script. So the idea that that wouldn’t be in the movie was unfathomable,” Tarantino said. “I think it was probably Leo’s favorite scene that he shot. We were in tears. It was the only time … I’ve gotten misty-eyed every once in a while when I was shooting this scene versus that scene. But that thing, I mean, Julia [Butters] was in tears every time we finished every take.”

“Hollywood” producer David Heyman told IndieWire after the film opened
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