LOS ANGELES: Quentin Tarantino’s violent slavery revenge fantasy “Django Unchained” will be released in China in May, its US distributors said, and a Hollywood source said additional cuts had been made after Chinese authorities halted the film’s initial rollout this month. The Quentin Tarantino’s movie was pulled from theaters in China minutes into its debut screenings on April 11 for “technical reasons,” according to a Shanghai movie theater official, while scenes from “Cloud Atlas” and James Bond film “Skyfall” were also taken out by censors.–Reuters