Quentin Tarantino has been musing about the final film of directors, and how they don’t tend to be very good.

It’s pretty well known that writer and director Quentin Tarantino has been talking about retiring from making movies for some time now. That after his next, tenth feature film, he’ll hang his megaphone up and turn his attention to other matters (film criticism is something he’s chatted about).

In a new podcast interview with the Pure Cinema Podcast, he’s been opening up about his worry he’ll end his directing career with a lesser film. “To end a career with a decent movie is rare”, he concedes. “To end it with a good movie is kind of phenomenal”.

He teases that “this is making me think maybe I shouldn’t make another movie because I could be really, really happy with dropping the mic on Once Upon A Time In Hollywood”.

At the moment, the plan still remains to do a further movie, although what that’ll be and when it’ll happen are both good questions that haven’t yet been answered. We’ll keep posted as we hear more. The podcast episode in question is here. And a hat tip to Slashfilm too.

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