The final film from Quentin Tarantino, titled “The Movie Critic,” is reportedly in production.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the director has already completed the script for the film that will reportedly be his last. He anticipates that directing duties on the project will begin in the coming autumn.
Little is known about the plot, but it’s reported to revolve around a female character in 1970s Los Angeles. Although Tarantino, 59, has yet to make an official statement about the film, he did say last year that his next film would be his last.
“I’ve been doing it for a long time,” Tarantino told CNN in November. “I’ve been doing it for 30 years and it’s time to wrap up the show. I’m an entertainer. I want to leave you wanting more, and I don’t want to work to diminishing returns.”
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Tarantino said at the time, “I’m also not in a giant hurry to make my last movie,” adding that he had no idea what that film would be. In its current state, “The Movie Critic” has no studio affiliation.
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Quentin Tarantino's tenth, and potential final film, to be titled, 'The Movie Critic.'
The story is rumored to be "set in late 1970s Los Angeles with a female lead at its center."
— Rotten Tomatoes (@RottenTomatoes) March 14, 2023
The crime classic “Reservoir Dogs” (directed by Tarantino) was released in 1992. He also directed “Pulp Fiction,” “Kill Bill” parts one and two, “Inglourious Basterds,” and “Django Unchained.” His 2019 film “Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood” won two Oscars, including best-supporting actor for Brad Pitt.
The Academy Awards have recognized Tarantino three times for best director, and he has won the award for best original screenplay twice (in 1995 for “Pulp Fiction” and again in 2013 for “Django Unchained”).
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