Quentin Tarantino Shelves ‘The Movie Critic’ to Rethink His 10th and Final Movie

Quentin Tarantino Shelves ‘The Movie Critic’ to Rethink His 10th and Final Movie

Quentin Tarantino’s brand of films may be irreverant and raunchy, but he can be a bit of a stickler when it comes to his projects. Tarantino has been known to say that he’s only going to direct a total of 10 films for his filmography, and it looked like he was set with something he called The Movie Critic for a while; now it looks like he’s going back to the drawing board.

According to Deadline, Tarantino has decided to drop The Movie Critic as his 10th and final film, and is going to be looking to do something else. We don’t know much about the movie, but it has been revealed that Brad Pitt was expected to return as a star—THR even says that he was going to reprise the role of Cliff Booth from Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

Tarantino is no doubt a respected filmmaker on the same level as Martin Scorsese, but he has been criticized for putting a lot of pressure on this ‘final movie’ of his. It was said that wanting to only have ten films is the reason he dropped out of making a Star Trek picture, and now it’s the reason why he isn’t making The Movie Critic.

Who knows, Tarantino has had a change of heart several times before. He was even supposed to not go forward with Hateful Eight when the script had leaked earlier—and we all know how that went down.

So is Tarantino going to only make ten films? Maybe he should be like Spielberg and start producing some projects with some younger directors? We’ll just have to wait and see.

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