Quentin Tarantino Says He Will Retire After His Next Two Films

November 4, 2016 / Posted by:

Sad news for people who really like watching revenge-themed movies filled with 1/3 of Hollywood’s fake blood supply while simultaneously wondering “God damn, why are all the music cues so fucking loud?” Quentin Tarantino revealed yesterday while speaking at the Adobe MAX creativity conference (via The Hollywood Reporter) that he’s got two more films in him before he retires to the verandah with a newspaper, a warm mug of Lemon Zinger, and several pairs of clean sexy feet to snuggle into. Quentin was asked by Adobe CMO Ann Lewnes about a rumor that he’s done making movies after his 10th. Quentin upgraded that rumor to “truth” and confirmed that his 10th film will be his last.

“Yeah. Two more. And then drop the mic, boom. Tell everybody, ‘Match that shit.‘”

It happens around the 23:17 mark, or just start at the beginning if you want to spend a lot of time with his receding hairline mullet.

Quentin’s 8th film was The Hateful Eight, a movie that gave me dental nightmares for weeks. His next film will be a sort of Australian Bonnie & Clyde. QT didn’t give any information about his last film. I have a feeling it won’t be one single film. Kill Bill: Volume 1 and Kill Bill: Volume 2 are two movies, but Quentin considers them as one film on his list of stuff he’s done. Nobody gets a movie making boner more than Quentin Tarantino; he’s basically a college film nerd with money and Brad Pitt’s email address. So I can see his “final” 10th film being a 10-film revenge series that takes him 10 years to make. Although I’m sure Samuel L. Jackson would appreciate the guaranteed job security.

Pic: Wenn.com

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