The famous Hollywood director Quentin Tarantino’s tenth and last movie will be based on World War II which is an adaptation of his own book
The phenomenal director Quentin Tarantino has divulged into the facts that he will be directing a period film.
Quentin Tarantino throughout interviews has said he will be directing only 10 films in the span of his entire career and ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood‘ was his ninth.
This means the many speculations about Quentin’s next and last movie is much the topic of discussion. As much as his fans are awaiting his last film we can’t wait to announce his next stint.
So we decided to dig deeper and find out what Quentin Tarantino’s last movie be about. Most importantly, which subject or which genre of the movie will this brilliant director touch upon.
If you have an idea about Quentin’s choice of films and his directing style, his next film shall not be a surprise for you. Quentin is an impeccable director with a knack for details. He touches on subjects that can be rarely attempted the way Tarantino does on the big screen.
Final Movie An Adaptation Of His Upcoming WWII Book
During talks with Martin Scorsese at an event, Quentin Tarantino confirmed that he is working on a book about a World War II veteran.
Tarantino said this at the Directors Guild of America Award (DGA) with a conversation with Martin Scorsese. He elucidated about a WWII veteran whose encounter in the war make him jaded to Hollywood movies.
However, this upsets his fans that Quentin Tarantino’s saga of 10 films is coming to an end.
Here’s a list of Quentin Tarantino’s 9 films:
- Reservoir Dogs (1992)
- Pulp Fiction (1994)
- Jackie Brown (1997)
- Kill Bill (2003)
- Death Proof (2007)
- Inglourious Basterds (2009)
- Django Unchained (2012)
- The Hateful Eight (2015)
- Once Upon A Time In Hollywood (2019)
This is not the first time Quentin will be trying his hands on a subject about the history and wars. His critically acclaimed film, Inglorious Basterds was a black comedy war film.
In addition, Quentin decided to move on to a more serious subject while bringing an end to his spectacular career of 10 films.
Tarantino has a brilliant subject to touch upon and his final film will mark a grand exit from his directorial career.
The project sounds as personal “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” but to him. But would Tarantino cross channels and adapt it into a movie? It’s not the craziest idea, as Tarantino has often considered different mediums for various projects over the years.
For instance, The Hateful Eight was established out of a Django sequel novel Quentin was planning.