In a shocking admission from a male director in Hollywood, Quentin Tarantino doesn’t fuck with having to film his characters getting fucked. Basically, writing them off as unnecessary for the story. Even though there’s no shortage of sexual innuendos, you’d be looking over them with a fine tooth comb trying to find sex scenes in his films, with the exception of Robert De Niro and Bridget Fonda in Jackie Brown. So while Quentin Tarantino movies are full of fuck words, you won’t find much actual fucking in them.
It’s finally happened. Acclaimed director Quentin Tarantino has had enough of filming violence, heady dialogue, and women’s bare feet for the big screen. It was rumored that his Tarantino’s 10th film will be his last, and he’s confirmed it in a France Inter radio interview. Pour one out for film bros and foot fetishists everywhere.
59-year-old Quentin Tarantino has long said that his tenth movie will be his last, and then he’ll retire from movie-making and live out his dream of being the editor-in-chief of wikiFeet (I’m guessing). QT is reportedly getting ready to make his tenth and final movie before riding off into the sunset driving the pussy wagon. There’s very little known about the script so far, and rumor has it that whatever exists of the project is being kept hidden in a briefcase as we speak. (Who else pictured an old, brown, leathery valise?). QT is gearing up to start shooting this upcoming fall. The only thing that we know for sure is that its current working title is called The Movie Critic. And we also know that Brian Cox will probably not star in it.
If you’ve ever seen any movies by Quentin Tarantino, you know you’re going to experience three things; gore, some lady’s pretty feet, and hearing the N-word multiple times. Because nothing makes QT’s nipples dance like feet and giddily writing the N-word. And if you feel the same way I do, it really doesn’t matter because Quentin doesn’t care. If you don’t like his movies, here’s his suggestion: just don’t watch them.
As we all know too well, Kanye West firmly believes that slavery was a choice. And since we know that Kanye is prone to making Choice after Choice after Choice, it shouldn’t be surprising to learn that at one point, Kanye thought it would be a good choice for him to dress up like a slave and sing and dance for Quentin Tarantino for a music video/mini movie for his 2004 hit Gold Digger. Quentin, also a big fan of Choices, thought that was “a really, really funny idea,” but the collaboration never came to pass. So the world dodged a bullet we never even knew was headed our way, but we did get sprayed with a cache of N-words a few years later in 2012 when Django Unchained came out, which Kanye would like credit for. However, while promoting his new book on Jimmy Fallon Live, QT made it clear that credit for each and every one of those N-words is to be credited to him, and him alone. Quentin will get no argument from me on this point. As I always say, “your body (of work,) your Choice.”
You’re never going to have to do much to sell me on a book of cocks, so selling that shit to me by spelling it “Cox” and adding an apostrophe “s,” is really just gilding the lily. Especially considering that the Cox book in question is a burn all-the-bridges Hollywood memoir written by a 75-year-old actor on a hit TV show with nothing to lose. In a new autobiography called Putting the Rabbit in the Hat, Succession star Brian Cox goes ahead and lets us know he thinks Johnny Depp is overrated, praises David Bowie’s beautiful gowns and made me look up the word “meretricious” with his description of Quentin Tarantino’s work even though he says he’d still pick up the phone if the caller ID showed a zoomed-in picture of a big toe. It’s a page right out of the Quincy Jones pee-paw tells all playbook, and I am sold!