“The Hateful Eight” is being murdered in a galaxy far, far away.

Quirky filmmaker Quentin Tarantino blasted Disney on Wednesday, claiming its “Star Wars” lightsabered his new movie out of his favorite art-house cinema in Los Angeles.

Tarantino told shock jock Howard Stern in an interview that Disney was being “totalitarian,” “vindictive,” and “mean.”

“They’ve got the biggest movie in the world and we’re talking about one f- -king theater. They are going out of their way to f- -k me,” the irate director raged on Stern’s SiriusXM morning show.

Tarantino’s period movie, opening on Christmas Day, is being distributed by Weinstein Co., which has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars buying 70-mm projectors for cinemas to screen the flick in the old fashioned way.

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But according to some observers, Disney gave Cinerama Dome on Sunset Boulevard an offer it couldn’t refuse. Decline a four-week run for “Star Wars” and owner ArcLight Cinemas would be denied the right to run the year’s hottest movie in its other theaters, sources said.

Weinstein had a “handshake agreement” with Cinerama to run for two weeks right after “Star Wars,” one source said, but the theater told Weinstein that it wouldn’t agree despite the fact that it hosted the Hollywood premiere.

The Tarantino tantrum may have been sparked because the feisty director wasn’t told until the last moment that Disney had a longstanding agreement with the theater and that advance tickets have been on sale for some time, other sources said.

“The Hateful Eight” includes a logo of Cinerama in the opening credits, and Tarantino pointed out in his Stern rant that Disney was dissing the director of his money maker “Pulp Fiction,” whose rights were once owned by the Mouse House.

Reps for Weinstein and Disney declined to comment.

This article originally appeared in the New York Post.