The release of Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ has been abruptly canceled in China. . According to 'The Hollywood Reporter,’ the decision is due to Shannon Lee’s persistent condemnation of the film. . The 50-year-old daughter of Bruce Lee publicly spoke out against Tarantino in July, saying her father was depicted as a “caricature” of himself. . She reportedly appealed directly to China’s National Film Administration to pull the film’s release. . As a result, the movie has been put on an indefinite hold until the film is altered to portray Bruce in a more positive light. . The administration is now said to be “frantically working” with Tarantino to alter the film and regain release approval.