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Quentin Tarantino to Direct Limited Television Series

Acclaimed director Quentin Tarantino has teased for a while the fact that he would retire after directing ten films. His most recent feature, Once Upon A Time in Hollywood was a hit back in 2019, taking home some Academy Awards. Now, it seems the filmmaker will turn to the small screen for the next story he is set to tell.

During his Cinema Speculation book tour, Tarantino mentioned he is helming a limited television series which will premiere early next year. Not many details were shared regarding the project, but the director mentioned its extension as eight episodes. No plot synopsis or casting information was shared during the announcement.

Back in 2015, Tarantino collaborated with Netflix to release his film, The Hateful Eight, divided in episodes to offer a different viewing experience to the audience. It wouldn’t be a complete surprise if the filmmaker chose to take this new project to a streaming platform, although that is merely speculation.

Tarantino has given a lot of thought to what his final film could be about. During recent years, he considered the idea of developing a third Kill Bill movie, or even an adaptation of Elmore Leonard’s novel, Stick. Lately, it seems as if the director is completely aiming for an original idea, limiting the possibilites of the aforementioned films for being produced.

Source: IndieWire


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