Tarantino Sets Final Film “The Movie Critic”

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It has been revealed that “The Movie Critic” will be title of the tenth and supposedly final directorial effort of filmmaker Quentin Tarantino.

According to THR, Tarantino is putting together what sources are dubbing his final movie. The script has been written and the filmmaker is prepping to helm the movie this Fall.

Whilst the storyline is under wraps, sources describe it as being set in late 1970s Los Angeles with a female lead at its center. That has quickly led to the supposition that it is based or inspired by the legendary Pauline Kael – an essayist, novelist and still one of the most influential movie critics of all time.

As the trade says, in the late 1970s Kael had a brief tenure working as a consultant for Paramount at the behest of actor Warren Beatty which coincides with the script’s setting. In addition, Tarantino is known to have had a deep respect for Kael.

The project reportedly does not have a studio home but could go out to studios or buyers as early as this week. Sony is quite likely to be a frontrunner following its distribution of Tarantino’s previous film “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” in 2019. That film snagged two Oscars and grossed over $377 million worldwide.

No talent is attached as yet but with Tarantino, especially as this is his apparent last film, there’ll be no shortage of talent lining up to star in every single role.

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