Quentin Tarantino Set To Direct Possible Final Film ‘The Movie Critic’: Report
Quentin Tarantino is gearing as much as make what may very well be his final function movie, in line with a report.
The celebrated director has written a script tentatively titled “The Movie Critic” and plans to shoot it within the fall, in line with The Hollywood Reporter, which cited unnamed sources. The sources reportedly instructed the outlet the movie will formally be his final.
Details are being saved beneath wraps, however the undertaking is reported to be set in late-Seventies Los Angeles with a feminine lead. It could also be impressed by famed film critic Pauline Kael, who died in 2001, in line with THR.
HuffPost has reached out to representatives for Tarantino for remark.
In October, Tarantino confirmed his love for Kael by publishing “Cinema Speculation,” a e book based mostly round key American movies from the Seventies.
The Oscar winner is reportedly searching for a studio residence for the upcoming movie and it may very well be auctioned for potential consumers as early as this week, in line with the outlet.
The report comes after years of Tarantino suggesting he’ll name it quits after finishing 10 films.
Tarantino’s final film, “Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood,” was distributed by Sony and obtained 10 Oscar nominations, profitable two.
The “Pulp Fiction” auteur, 59, who’s well-known for his nonlinear plots and darkish, typically violent humor, mentioned his impending exit from filmmaking no less than a decade in the past.
“I don’t believe you should stay onstage until people are begging you to get off,” he instructed Deadline in 2014. “I like the idea of leaving them wanting a bit more. I do think directing is a young man’s game, and I like the idea of an umbilical cord connection from my first to my last movie.”
Back in November, when requested by CNN’s Chris Wallace whether or not he is aware of what his “10th and last film is going to be,” Tarantino revealed he had no concept on the time.
“I’m also not in a giant hurry to make my last movie either,” he added. “So I’ve got my book, I’m doing a few other things and then I’ll figure out what the next movie will be.”
The filmmaker, who directed such iconic movies as “Reservoir Dogs” and “Kill Bill,” additionally introduced in November that he’s planning to shoot an eight-episode TV collection subsequent 12 months, Variety reported.