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No show for Tarantino's new film in Stratford

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Picturehouse cinemas nationwide will not show what is expected to be another blockbuster from Tarantino nor will Cineworld for the same reasons. This means two of the biggest cinema chains in Warwickshire will not be showing the film which stars Kurt Russell and Samuel L. Jackson in a post-American Civil War thriller set against the backdrop of bounty hunting and a raging blizzard.

The failure to reach an agreement with the film’s distributor relates to issues over venues, booking arrangements and even screen sizes but ultimately Stratford cinema goers may well miss out on what has been described in the nationals as a “classic!”

This week a spokesperson for Stratford Picturehouse said: “We regret we won’t be showing the film. We do make every effort to show a wide range of films but were unable to reach agreement with the distributor.”

The film is released on Friday 8th January.

Full story in this Thursday’s Herald.

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