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Sat, Jan 11, 2020 3:10 PM

The title of Quentin Tarantino's latest movie is wrong

I just bought the blu-ray version of Quentin Tarantino's latest movie 'Once upon a time in ... Hollywood', but on IMDB it says Once upon a time ... in Hollywood.  
Could you please move the 3 dots (...) on its rightful spot?  Thanks ... and keep up the good job ... IMDB is pure heaven for us movie buffs!!  :)

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Champion

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a year ago

Ken: On screen in the original theatrical release, the three dots (ellipsis) appeared after the word "Time", not after the word "in", so the official IMDb title should be Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood.

Because the punctuation on the posters and elsewhere is different, that should be indciated in the Alternate Titles section.

Note: I am not 100% sure whether the space should appear before or after the ellipsis or both, but I am certain that in the official title, the ellipsis should appear after the fourth word rather than the fifth.

Champion

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According to grammerly, it should have a space before and after the ellipsis (which is weird for me as I always thought there should be no spaces.)

https://www.grammarly.com/blog/ellipsis/

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a year ago

Gromit is right.

Here's a preview.

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