Quentin Tarantino Doesn’t Rule-Out Returning To Film After Retirement

Jul 11, 2016


Quentin Tarantino has been quite vocal about directing ten films, then retiring from feature filmmaking. However, while speaking at the Jerusalem Film Festival (via ThePlaylist) he stated that he hasn’t completely blocked-off the idea of making another film after retirement.

“I am planning to stop at 10 [films], but at 75 I might decide I have another story to do,” he said.

He still has two more movies before this happens, one of the many possibilities include an Aussie version of Bonnie and Clyde. There’s also been hints to another western and even a 30’s era Pretty Boy Floyd gangster film.

Tarantino has mused over the years spending his retirement years writing novels that someone else could turn into films, and has already teased making a couple of television mini-series. Frankly, we’ll take whatever we can get and I think Quentin knows his fans well enough to know they’ll follow him if he keeps-up making interesting content in what ever medium he decides on.

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