Quentin Tarantino Set To Retire After Tenth Movie | Film News
Quentin Tarantino has revealed he is set to retire after his tenth film. He previously suggested he would retire at 60 but wishes “to leave people wanting more“. The popular auteur who is considered a master of witty and punchy dialogue whose directorial debut Reservoir Dogs started a career that was not short of controversy but one that many hold in high esteem having won two Oscar and BAFTA awards (Pulp Fiction and Django Unchained). This will be the end of one the most influential and critically acclaimed careers in cinematic history. But first we get to enjoy much more from Tarantino with The Hateful 8 due to be released in 2015.
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