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Quentin Tarantino reveals next movie will be his last and wants to leave audiences wanting more

Published: 6:23 p.m. GMT, November 18, 2022 | Updated: 7:58 p.m. GMT, November 18, 2022

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood director Quentin Tarantino is ready to walk. He said his next film would be his last.

The Pulp Fiction director, 59, will direct an 11th and final feature film before hanging up his director’s hat.

“I’ve been doing it for a long time; I’ve been doing it for 30 years,” he said in an interview with CNN’s Chris Wallace. “And it’s time to wrap up the show.”

One more shot: Quentin Tarantino’s next film will be his last, he said (pictured in 2020)

Doing His Thing: Seen on set with Brad Pitt and a co-star in Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

Doing His Thing: Seen on set with Brad Pitt and a co-star in Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

The Tennessee native has already directed 10 critically acclaimed films, although he considers the Kill Bill films to be one film rather than two.

The two-time Oscar winner has made it clear that he doesn’t want to continue making movies and further distance himself from his audience.

“I don’t want to become this disconnected old man when, already, I feel a bit like a disconnected old man when it comes to current movies that are coming out right now,” he explained.

What's next: Although he knows his next film will be his last, the director of Reservoir Dogs has made it clear that he doesn't yet know what the plot of this film will be. From left to right: Tarantino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Pitt in 2019

What's next: Although he knows his next film will be his last, the director of Reservoir Dogs has made it clear that he doesn't yet know what the plot of this film will be. From left to right: Tarantino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Pitt in 2019

What’s next: Although he knows his next film will be his last, the director of Reservoir Dogs has made it clear that he doesn’t yet know what the plot of this film will be. From left to right: Tarantino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Pitt in 2019

Although he knows his next movie will be his last, the Reservoir Dogs director said he doesn’t yet know what the plot of that film will be.

‘Right now I don’t even know what a movie is – is it something playing on Netflix? Is it something that’s on Amazon and people watch on their couch with their wife or husband? It’s a film ? he said.

Because my last movie was released in 3,000 theaters and played around the world for a few months.

While there have been talks over the past few years about the possibility of Tarantino making a third Kill Bill movie, there has been little new information about it.

Hang up: The Pulp Fiction director, 59, will direct an 11th and final feature before hanging up his director's hat (pictured 2009)

Hang up: The Pulp Fiction director, 59, will direct an 11th and final feature before hanging up his director's hat (pictured 2009)

Hang up: The Pulp Fiction director, 59, will direct an 11th and final feature before hanging up his director’s hat (pictured 2009)

'Out of reach

'Out of reach

‘Out of Touch’: ‘I don’t want to become this old man who is out of touch when, already, I feel a bit like an old man out of touch when it comes to the current movies that are coming out right now’ , he explained (photo from 1994 with John Travolta on Pulp Fiction)

Novels? Tarantino previously talked about what he could do in retirement in a 2019 GQ Australia interview where he hinted at writing novels or plays (pictured 2015)

Novels? Tarantino previously talked about what he could do in retirement in a 2019 GQ Australia interview where he hinted at writing novels or plays (pictured 2015)

Novels? Tarantino previously talked about what he could do in retirement in a 2019 GQ Australia interview where he hinted at writing novels or plays (pictured 2015)

Tarantino previously opened up about what he could do in retirement in a 2019 GQ Australia interview.

“I see myself writing books and starting to write theater, so I’ll always be creative,” he said. “I just think I gave the movies everything I had to give.”

The Jackie Brown director released his second book earlier this month about New Hollywood era films. He previously released a novelization of the movie Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

Quentin will also have more time to spend with his family. The Hateful Eight director married Israeli singer Daniella Pick, 38, in 2018. They have two children, one born in 2020 and the other born last summer.

Family man: Quentin will also have more time to spend with his family. The Hateful Eight director married Israeli singer Daniella Pick in 2018 (pictured 2021)

Family man: Quentin will also have more time to spend with his family. The Hateful Eight director married Israeli singer Daniella Pick in 2018 (pictured 2021)

Family man: Quentin will also have more time to spend with his family. The Hateful Eight director married Israeli singer Daniella Pick in 2018 (pictured 2021)

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