Quentin Tarantino thinks about his retirement plan
Despite being one of Hollywood’s most famous directors today, Quentin Tarantino continues to hold on to his decision to retire from filmmaking after making 10 films in the past. The director and screenwriter of “Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood” spoke about his upcoming retirement during a podcast this week, trying to avoid the possibility of ending his career with a bad movie.
Tarantino said, “Most directors have terrible final films. Usually their worst films are their last films. That ended up being the case for most New Hollywood directors who made their last films in the late 80s and 90s. “The ‘Django Unchained’ Oscar winner named Arthur Penn’s ‘Bonnie &’ Clyde ‘exemplified this pattern, saying, “I’m not a huge fan of this director, but the fact that Arthur Penn’s last movie Penn & Teller Get Teller is Killed is a metaphor for how lousy most of the News- Hollywood directors were. So it’s rare to end your career with a decent movie.
He went on, “I mean, the last few films most directors have made are bloody lousy. Maybe I shouldn’t do another film because I might be really happy to drop the microphone.” “Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood” was Tarantino’s ninth film, which received 10 nominations at the 92nd Academy Awards. While the director previously stated that he would limit his career to 10 films, he joked that it would quit if the 2019 film was “really well received” prior to its release. (ANI)
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