Quentin Tarantino shares a disappointing update on his final film
While promoting his new book Cinema Speculation, Quentin Tarantino offers a disappointing update on his tenth and final film.
Quentin Tarantino shares a disappointing update on his tenth and final film. After writing and directing nine films, Tarantino surprisingly revealed his plans to end his feature directing career after his tenth film, citing a desire to go out on a high note with a work of which he can be proud. For his latest feature, Tarantino has sparked ideas ranging from Kill Bill 3 to a western, horror or comedy film. However, at this point, almost nothing is known for sure about his anticipated tenth and final film, other than that it will be an original script.
During a recent appearance at YMH studies‘ 2 bears, 1 cave Podcast with Tom Segura, Tarantino gave a disappointing update on his final film. The illustrious auteur says he hasn’t started writing his tenth film, or even thought about what it will be. When asked if his final film is still written, Tarantino replied: “No, I haven’t thought about it yet.”
Tarantino movie ideas he might make for his 10th movie
Although Tarantino hasn’t even begun to think about what his tenth and final film might be, he has plenty of old ideas he can reuse. The director has expressed interest in making his tenth film a horror film if he is able to land a “excellent” concept Other unused ideas that Tarantino has mentioned in the past include a John Brown biopic, which would make an interesting western. Another genre possibility could be a 1930s-style gangster film that Tarantino has expressed interest in making.
Tarantino recently said that his final film will be an entirely original work, something he apparently rules out Kill Bill 3 and various franchise possibilities such as an R rating Star Trek movie, James Bondor from Marvel Luke Cage. This was largely expected considering that all but one of Tarantino’s films, Jackie Brown, are original scripts. While Tarantino’s tenth film will continue that tradition, it doesn’t seem like he’s given any more thought to what it might be about.
While the director’s recent update may be disappointing to some fans, Tarantino taking his time should only end up benefiting the final product in the end. Perfection cannot be rushed under normal circumstances, especially when it comes to Tarantino capping off his illustrious filmography with one last magnum opus. In the meantime, fans will be able to enjoy the filmmaker’s various works, including his new book Cinematic speculation. Tarantino has also written and plans to direct an eight-episode limited series next year. Instead of his final film, which is much further away, the focus should now be squarely on what Quentin TarantinoIt could be about the television series of, which some speculate is his Once upon a time in Hollywood spin-off Law of rewards.
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