Quentin Tarantino wrote the screenplay for what could be his last film
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American director Quentin Tarantino has completed work on the script for what will likely be his last film, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter.
According to the interlocutors of the publication, the director's new script is called “Film Critic”. The action takes place in the late 1970s in Los Angeles. The Hollywood Reporter suggests that one of the most influential American film critics, Pauline Cale, has become the main character. It is expected that work on the film will begin in the fall of 2023. The Hollywood Reporter writes that Tarantino has not yet signed a production contract with any film studio. Sony is a likely partner.
Previously, Quentin Tarantino said that he was going to make 10 films in his career and retire by the age of 60. On March 27, the director turns 60, and the new film will be the 10th in his career, if you count the two parts of “Kill Bill” like one movie.
“Usually the worst jobs in filmography are the last four at the end. I'm obsessed with my filmography, and one bad film ruins three good ones. I don't want this bad, out of touch comedy in my filmography”, – Tarantino said in 2012.
Although the director plans to retire from acting, he has shown interest in other forms of creativity, noting in an interview that he could direct a small series or play. In 2021, he published his first novel – novelization of “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”. (1994), who received a number of prestigious awards, including the “Palme d'Or”; Cannes Film Festival and “Oscar” for best screenplay. Tarantino also received an Oscar for the best screenplay for the film “Django Unchained” (year 2012). The latest film directed by Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019) received the “Golden Globe” for the best screenplay.
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