Quentin Tarantino To Scrap His 10th & Last Venture ‘The Movie Critic’

Quentin Tarantino is re-working on his 10th and last venture, which was supposed to be The Movie Critic, but the filmmaker has dropped its plan.

It has been claimed that Quentin Tarantino has shelved his plans for The Movie Critic, which was supposed to be his tenth and last movie. Deadline revealed that Tarantino had “simply changed his mind” about directing The Movie Critic and would be “going back to the drawing board to figure out what that final movie will be”, a person close to Tarantino confirmed the news.

Tarantino had confirmed that The Movie Critic was set in 1977 in California and that the critic would be employed for a fictitious publication named The Popstar Pages. He explained that the movie “is based on a guy who really lived but was never really famous, and he used to write movie reviews for a porno rag … He was very rude, you know. He cursed. He used racial slurs. But his shit was really funny. He was as rude as hell.”

Tarantino had already opted to revise the script, which caused a delay in the film’s production and now it might get scrapped.

Before retiring, the 61-year-old director had long declared that he would only make ten movies. Despite the fact that ‘Kill Bill’ was divided into two parts, he has stated that he saw the movie as one.

Tarantino has previously returned to his projects after dropping it. In 2014, Tarantino temporarily canceled his intentions to make ‘The Hateful Eight’ after a rough draft of the script leaked online after he shared it with a limited number of actors. The Hateful Eight was eventually made and released in 2015, despite the fact that the director called this a “betrayal” and stated, “I have no desire to make it.”

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