On Chris Wallace's show this weekend, the Pulp Fiction director has already announced his retirement. His next film will be his last.
"It's time to close the show. Quentin Tarantino, 59, spoke openly to Chris Wallace this weekend on CNN's Who's Talking to Chris Wallace? The author of Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill made it clear that his next film, which has not yet been directed or written, will be his last. "I've devoted my whole life to this. And you know, I didn't start a family until late in life," he said, a few months after welcoming his second child, with his wife Daniella Pick, a 39-year-old Israeli singer.
When will the last film be made?
Although he hopes to end his film career soon, Tarantino said he wants to stay "in touch" with fans of his films and with current events. "I don't want to become this old man who is disconnected… I already feel a bit like that when it comes to current films. I'm not in a big hurry to make my last film either." On October 25, the Django director published a book about the 7th art, entitled Cinema Speculation, thus settling for this latest narrative creation for now.
"At the moment, I don't even know what a film is. Is it something that's on Netflix or Amazon that people watch on their couch with their wife or husband?" The filmmaker recalled that his last film, Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood, was screened in 3,000 cinemas and was shown around the world for two months. "The problem is that I don't have the answer to that question and I don't think anyone else does either." Thus will take shape his tenth and final feature film, the date of which is unknown, signed by one of Hollywood's masters.