Hollywood filmmaker Quentin Tarantino, best known for popular movies like Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill and Django Unchained, has reportedly revealed his final movie as a director. According to a new report, it will be called The Movie Critic and focuses on a woman in late 70s Los Angeles.
Tarantino is one of the most prolific directors currently working in Hollywood. Known for his witty scripts and confident directing, Tarantino blazed a trail in the movie scene during the 90s with hits like Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs and From Dusk Till Dawn. He would go on to win Best Screenplay Academy Awards for Pulp Fiction and Django Unchained. Tarantino previously talked about directing his tenth and final movie but now it looks like those plans are finally moving forward.
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According to a new report from The Hollywood Reporter, Tarantino’s The Movie Critic will be his last movie. No studio or distributor has been attached to the project yet but it could go out to buyers as soon as this week. He told CNN in an interview last year, “I’ve been doing it for a long time; I’ve been doing it for 30 years. And it’s time to wrap up the show.”
Tarantino is currently 59-years old and that might still seem young for most filmmakers who continue to direct movies well past that age. It’s not known if Tarantino plans on stepping back from the movie industry entirely or will still be involved in projects in producing or writing roles, just not as a director.
Tarantino’s most recent movie, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, starred Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt as two fictitious aspiring talents who go through the trials and tribulations of making it big in the industry as actors and stuntmen. They also become involved in the notorious Charles Manson murders.
The director hasn’t officially confirmed the news himself though we should hear from him following these reports.
Source: The Hollywood Reporter