Almost three years after the Oscar-winning release Once upon a time… in HollywoodQuentin Tarantino is gearing up for his tenth and possibly last film, reportedly to be called Film critic.
according to Hollywood Reporter Film critic It is described as being set in the 1970s with a woman driving, though no other plot details have been revealed. The film is likely about or inspired by Pauline Kael, the esteemed film critic who wrote for it The New Yorker For over two decades – Kyle also worked briefly as a consultant for Paramount in the 1970s.
Sources say Tarantino wrote the script for Film critic And preparing to direct it this fall. The project doesn’t have a studio yet, but it could be out to buyers as early as this week.
Tarantino has always said he would retire from directing rather than continue making films forever. At one point, he claimed that he would either retire after making 10 films or at the age of 60, whichever came first; Film critic It will be his tenth advantage (if you count Kill Bill and its sequel as a single film), and the director turns 60 later this month. He explained his desire to retire in a 2012 interview with play boyindicating that he did not want to lose touch as he got older:
“I want to stop at a certain point. Directors don’t get better with age. Usually the worst movies in their movie are those last four at the end. I’m all about my movie, and one bad movie juggles three good movies. I don’t want that comedy.” The uncommonly bad of my filmography, the one that makes people think, “Man, he still thinks it was 20 years ago. When the directors get so out of date, it’s not pretty.”
the artist behind Pulp Fiction django unchained, And recently once upon a time in hollywood, Tarantino is one of the most famous directors in the history of cinema. Fortunately for fans, if he retires from the world of cinema, he won’t completely disappear: last year, the artist released the book Cinematic speculation He also revealed that he plans to switch gears and helm a TV show.
Before his final arc, review the ranking of Tarantino’s films.