Leonardo DiCaprio’s Killers of the Flower Moon reported runtime makes it one of the longest movies in history since 1939’s Gone With The Wind.
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As Leonardo DiCaprio’s Killers of the Flower Moon prepares for its premiere at Cannes, the reported runtime makes it one of the longest movies in history since 1939’s Gone With The Wind. Based on the book of the same name by David Grann, the upcoming Western crime movie foretells a mystery behind the murders of several Osage tribe members in the 1920s, which coincidentally happens as oil is discovered on their tribal land. Alongside DiCpario portraying the lead role, Martin Scorsese helms as the film’s director.
Killers of the Flower Moon‘s reported runtime has been disclosed based on a few reports. While the exact runtime has yet to be confirmed, The Movie Database listed the movie’s theatrical runtime as 3 hours and 54 minutes. However, in an interview with Variety, Cannes Film Festival’s director Thierry Fremaux was asked about the movie’s runtime. While he was unsure of the film’s final cut, he stated it is five minutes longer than Once Upon a Time in America (4 hours and 11 minutes). If so, the movie’s extended cut could run up to 4 hours and 16 minutes. Screen Rant has reached out to Apple for confirmation but has not heard back in time of publication.
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