Quentin Tarantino's Final Movie?
For several years now, Quentin Tarantino has been talking about retiring. While making the press rounds for his previous film, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, the filmmaker implied that whatever he helmed next would likely be his last movie (at least as a director).
Now, word has arrived about Tarantino’s next film — which begs the question: will it also be his last? There’s a part of me — probably the part that loves Tarantino’s films and wants him to keep working — that thinks this is all just a lot of hot air, and that Tarantino will keep going. If not, though, at least we’re getting one more movie out of him.
News about Quentin Tarantino’s next (and final?) movie awaits you in the latest /Film newsletter below!
Have You Heard the News?
Quentin Tarantino’s next — and final? — movie is called The Film Critic.
Guillermo del Toro is making a Frankenstein movie for Netflix, and Oscar Isaac, Andrew Garfield, and Mia Goth are in talks to star.
Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey are reuniting for an Apple TV+ series in which they play themselves.
The Last of Us season 1 is getting a Blu-ray and digital release.
Chad Stahelski and Keanu Reeves are “done for the moment” with John Wick.
Nancy Meyers’ expensive new Netflix movie is no longer happening at Netflix.
Our review of the latest episode of The Mandalorian is right here.
And here is our review of the latest episode of The Bad Batch.
And now here are some more reviews from SXSW!
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Brooklyn 45 Review: The Horrors Of War Come Home [SXSW 2023].
Join Or Die Review: The Healing Powers Of Not Bowling Alone [SXSW 2023].
Features and Exclusives
Mrs. Davis is the most audacious new science fiction series since Westworld.
These are Ash’s funniest moments from The Evil Dead franchise.
John Wick director Chad Stahelski gets candid about why live firearms are still used on film sets (but not his).
Something about Ted Lasso season 3 feels…off.
Let’s celebrate David Crronenberg’s birthday by talking about Naked Lunch!
Video of the Day
Here’s an old interview with the potentially retiring Quentin Tarantino talking about being influenced by Steven Spielberg and Martin Scorsese.
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