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* Like [[Inglourious Basterds]], '''[[Once Upon A Time in Hollywood]]''' blends fictional and real characters as well as possible true events that are altered. This becomes especially intriguing with more than one instance of a film or series within the film.
 
* Like [[Inglourious Basterds]], '''[[Once Upon A Time in Hollywood]]''' blends fictional and real characters as well as possible true events that are altered. This becomes especially intriguing with more than one instance of a film or series within the film.
 
** [[Bounty Law]] is a fictional western TV series that is featured in the film.
 
** [[Bounty Law]] is a fictional western TV series that is featured in the film.
** [[Lancer]] (Update: January 14, unconfirmed) is an existing TV series that is also featured in the movie. QT bought the rights to it which triggered rumors that the film is a possible starting point for something that could almost be like a reboot. There is a character in the film named [[Scott Lancer]], so the TV series features heavily in the film, which aired long after [[Bounty Law]]'s supposed run (1968-1970). Scott Lancer was one of the lead characters in [https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0062577/reference Lancer], played by actor Wayne Maunder. In the movie, [[Luke Perry]] is credited as "Wayne Maunder/Scott Lancer", so he is playing the actor playing the other character.  Nicholas Hammond is credited as Sam Wanamaker in the movie, who was one of the series directors, but for only one episode ("The High Riders"), so it might be possible to pinpoint exactly what is being filmed possibly in the scenes of the movie that feature Lancer. Bruce Dern, who will play George Spahn in the movie, also appeared in two episodes of the original Lancer. Other actors who appeared in the original Lancer are [[Bo Svenson]], who appeared in [[Kill Bill]] and [[Inglourious Basterds]], LQ Jones, Tom Selleck, Tom Skerritt and Joe Don Baker.
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** [[Lancer]] (Update: January 14, unconfirmed) is an existing TV series that is also featured in the movie. QT bought the rights to it which triggered rumors that the film is a possible starting point for something that could almost be like a reboot. There is a character in the film named [[Scott Lancer]], so the TV series features heavily in the film, which aired long after [[Bounty Law]]'s supposed run (1968-1970). Scott Lancer was one of the lead characters in [https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0062577/reference Lancer], played by actor Wayne Maunder. In the movie, [[Luke Perry]] is credited as "Wayne Maunder/Scott Lancer", so he is playing the actor playing the other character.  Nicholas Hammond is credited as Sam Wanamaker in the movie, who was one of the series directors, but for only one episode ("The High Riders"), so it might be possible to pinpoint exactly what is being filmed possibly in the scenes of the movie that feature [[Lancer]]. [[Bruce Dern]], who will play [[George Spahn]] in the movie, also appeared in two episodes of the original Lancer. Other actors who appeared in the original Lancer are [[Bo Svenson]], who appeared in [[Kill Bill]] and [[Inglourious Basterds]], LQ Jones, Tom Selleck, Tom Skerritt and Joe Don Baker.
  
 
* A new Tarantino Universe brand "Hot Waxx" Record Shop appears.
 
* A new Tarantino Universe brand "Hot Waxx" Record Shop appears.

Revision as of 20:49, 14 January 2019

  • Set in The Realer Than Real World
  • Like Inglourious Basterds, Once Upon A Time in Hollywood blends fictional and real characters as well as possible true events that are altered. This becomes especially intriguing with more than one instance of a film or series within the film.
    • Bounty Law is a fictional western TV series that is featured in the film.
    • Lancer (Update: January 14, unconfirmed) is an existing TV series that is also featured in the movie. QT bought the rights to it which triggered rumors that the film is a possible starting point for something that could almost be like a reboot. There is a character in the film named Scott Lancer, so the TV series features heavily in the film, which aired long after Bounty Law's supposed run (1968-1970). Scott Lancer was one of the lead characters in Lancer, played by actor Wayne Maunder. In the movie, Luke Perry is credited as "Wayne Maunder/Scott Lancer", so he is playing the actor playing the other character. Nicholas Hammond is credited as Sam Wanamaker in the movie, who was one of the series directors, but for only one episode ("The High Riders"), so it might be possible to pinpoint exactly what is being filmed possibly in the scenes of the movie that feature Lancer. Bruce Dern, who will play George Spahn in the movie, also appeared in two episodes of the original Lancer. Other actors who appeared in the original Lancer are Bo Svenson, who appeared in Kill Bill and Inglourious Basterds, LQ Jones, Tom Selleck, Tom Skerritt and Joe Don Baker.
  • A new Tarantino Universe brand "Hot Waxx" Record Shop appears.
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