On Wednesday, November 16, the director revealed the effort while promoting his new book, “Cinema Speculation,” at an event in New York.
But what topic could a Tarantino project cover? Who might be in it? More importantly, when can we anticipate seeing it on our screens? Here’s everything you need to know.
Sadly, Tarantino only revealed that he would direct an eight-episode television series after that.
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Tarantino’s impending venture into television remains a mystery because the director remained curious about the project’s plot or production details during the New York event. There needs to be data on the prospective plot, the potential streaming service or channel, or whether he will produce a comedy, drama, or docuseries.
Although there have been rumors to the contrary, it’s possible that Tarantino’s impending ‘television” project may actually be his tenth movie, split up into episodes, and made available through a streaming service like Netflix.
What is cinema if not seen in a theater? Tarantino inquired about his long-rumored tenth and final film during a discussion in New York.
The decision to switch to television was made, according to the filmmaker, since showing such a movie in theaters for 30 days before releasing it on a streaming site would diminish [his] returns.” Tarantino has some expertise in this field because he recently collaborated with Netflix to release his 2015 movie The Hateful Eight in episodic form.
In 2020, Tarantino made it known that he planned to stop directing and complete his career with a tenth picture, dropping hints about a “mic drop” movie with concepts like Kill Bill, a spaghetti western, and even a horror thriller.
However, he later declared that his final film would be wholly original, which appears to rule out the much-awaited Kill Bill 3.
- What is the name of Quentin Tarantino’s new book?
Quentin Tarantino’s new book is “Cinema Speculation.”
- What did the director rule out?
Quentin Tarantino later declared that his final film would be wholly original, which appears to rule out the much-awaited Kill Bill 3.
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