A number of film fans all over the world hoped until the very end that director legend Quentin Tarantino (59) would not put his announcement, which had been floating around for years, into action to stop after his tenth film. After the "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" with Leonardo DiCaprio (48) and Brad Pitt (58) in the leading roles, which was excellently received by audiences and critics, there would only be one other Tarantino film that cinema viewers could look forward to. In an interview with "CNN", the master director has now again confirmed his plans for the end of his career. "I've been doing it for a long time [...] for 30 years. It's time to end the show," said the two-time Academy Award winner.
Tarantino, who became world-famous with "Pulp Fiction" (1994) and "Reservoir Dogs" (1992), has been emphasizing for years that he doesn't want to end up as a creatively slack old director. And in his new interview, too, he explained that he did not want to work "for falling returns". "I don't want to be that old man who lost touch," Tarantino said.
Instead, the filmmaker stated his goal for his retirement and his tenth and final film: "I'm an entertainer. I want to leave you wanting more." Asked by his interlocutor Chris Wallace (75) if he already knew what his upcoming last film will be about, Tarantino revealed: "No, I don't know at all, because I'm in no hurry, my last film close."