while Quentin Tarantino Having promised for some time that his tenth film will be his last, he shocked fans this week. When he said it was almost his first filmmaking. Dog Reservoir.
while appearing on Real time with Bill Maher (via The Hollywood Reporter) Tarantino explains the reasons for resigning from a high-profile position in his career. dog reservoir reboot
“That was a kind of ̵6;moment in time,'” he said of his remake of his first film. This disappointed audiences and quickly began his path to success in 1992. As soon as he thought of the remake, he shot it down. Internet! But I have considered it.”
Creating ‘Reservoir Dogs’
he considered So now I have considered what will dog reservoir What does the remake look like? Others played according to Tarantino’s vision. As a child, charming Angulo in The Wolfpack to the great Bollywood in cover. (Tarantino himself praised the latter, which he said took dog reservoir and expanding), but how could he himself remake the film?
Making contemporary stories possible if you take your cell phone out of the equation. But Tarantino shows us time and time again his love for the moment. And seeing him spend the 90s through the veil of nostalgia was a journey. He should have decided to go full. Michael Haneke and create shot-to-shot scripts How would he differentiate this version? Can you imagine an actor announcement? (James McAvoy will make the killer Mr. Orange and Bill Hader It’s the perfect Mr. Pink.) If Tarantino decides to remake dog reservoir, The built-in audience would probably be there, some fans might catch on. But it would be an interesting experiment and a neat way to start and end a filmmaking career.
The Mysterious Tenth Film
So if the last movie from Tarantino doesn’t get a remake of dog reservoir, then what is it? The director did not agree with his decision. But there are many possibilities. Star Trek The chapter he had been talking about for many years. Although it seems less likely over time, there are still Kill Bill No. 3That probably revolves around a grown-up Nikki to take revenge on The Bride (Uma Thurman). It will be something completely off the field.
Knowing for sure, Tarantino called it quits after movie 10. He almost thought of quitting after that. Once upon a time in Hollywood, But since then it has been announced that he sticks to his 10 movies. 10 is the magic number. He explained to Herr.
“I know the history of cinema and from now on. The filmmakers weren’t any better. Don Siegel. If he quit his job in 1979 when he did when Escape from Alcatraz, the last movie! What a falling mic.”
No matter what Tarantino’s last microphone is, I’m looking forward to it.
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