Why Quentin Tarantino Cancelled The Movie Critic As His Final Film Reportedly Explained?

The reason why Quentin Tarantino cancelled The Movie Critic as his final film may have been revealed by an anonymous representative of the director.

The reason why Quentin Tarantino canceled The Movie Critic as his final film is reportedly explained. Making films for over three decades, Tarantino is an auteur director best known for his work on cult classic films such as Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, and Kill Bill. His most recent directorial work was in 2019 with Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood, which was critically acclaimed and nominated for Best Picture among other Oscars.

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According to The Hollywood Reporter, the reason for Tarantino’s canceling of The Movie Critic has reportedly been revealed. One representative chalked it down to Tarantino’s desire of “going out on top.” He thinks that this thought created added pressure for Tarantino, who was putting the onus on himself to select the ideal final film. The same representative mentioned that the director “has a lot of scripts that he’s thrown away,” The Movie Critic now being one of them.

The Movie Critic & Its Cancelation Explained

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The Movie Critic was to be Tarantino’s last movie. The exact plot was not revealed for the film, but it was said to feature Brad Pitt in an undisclosed role. Pitt previously won an Oscar for his supporting role in Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood, so the idea of them collaborating again was exciting. Other The Movie Critic cast members had not been confirmed, but Paul Walter Hauser was rumored to be in talks for the lead.

Last week, it was announced that Tarantino would be completely scrapping The Movie Critic.He will still be making a tenth (he considers the Kill Bill movies to be one film) and final movie, and is not yet retired from directing, but it will be a complete pivot from what was previously in development. The story, cast, or other details about his new final film have yet to be revealed.

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Based on his iconic status in the industry, it is likely that Tarantino’s final film will bring back several actors who have worked with him before, including Pitt, Samuel L. Jackson, or Christoph Waltz. There are whisperings that Tarantino’s last film may even bring back characters from some of his previous movies, which could be an exciting finale to his prolific career. However Tarantino makes his cinematic conclusion, he will not be doing it with The Movie Critic, as that film is officially a thing of the past.


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