Quentin Tarantino cancels plans for his last film, according to reports

Quentin Tarantino Abandons Plans for Final Film ‘The Movie Critic’

In a surprising turn of events, Quentin Tarantino has reportedly decided to abandon his plans for his 10th and final film, The Movie Critic. According to an anonymous source close to the legendary filmmaker, Tarantino has “simply changed his mind” about making the highly anticipated project.

Tarantino, known for classics such as Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill, has long stated that he would only make 10 films before retiring, not including his very first amateur project. The Movie Critic was set to be his final masterpiece, inspired by his own experiences as a teenager loading porn magazines into vending machines.

The film was said to take place in California in 1977, with the lead character working for a fictional publication called The Popstar Pages. Rumors circulated that Brad Pitt, who starred in Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood, would portray his character, Cliff Booth, in The Movie Critic.

Production on the film had already faced delays when Tarantino decided to rewrite the script, but now it seems that the project has been shelved indefinitely. However, this is not the first time Tarantino has changed his mind about a project, as he famously returned to The Hateful Eight after initially abandoning it in 2014.

Fans and critics alike are left wondering what Tarantino’s next move will be, and if he will truly walk away from filmmaking after only nine feature films. Only time will tell what the future holds for the acclaimed director.

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