Is Quentin Tarantino Making An Absurdist Spaghetti Western?

For those of you keeping track in the house, the famous and in some cases bizarro director Quentin Tarantino has actually stated, once again and once again, that he’ll retire after his 10 th movie And Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, his Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt-featuring 2019 ode to Tinseltown, was number 9.

With that upcoming tenth and last task still unannounced, QT has actually been on something of a prolonged press trip, peppering tips about what he’s preparing to take on beside anybody who will listen. (Recently: the concept of making a reboot of Reservation Dogs was drifted.) So, naturally, when Tarantino was speaking at the Rome Film Festival– getting a life time accomplishment award from none besides Dario Argento– he fielded a handful of concerns about the future. He stated he had “no concept” what was on tap, however when he was asked if he ‘d think about making Kill Bill: Vol. 3, he slyly stated, ” Why not?”

So completing the Kill Bill trilogy appears like a long-shot, however it appeared like he currently had something lined up. Obviously, it’s not his next movie, however rather, “a piece of something else that I’m considering doing” (?) that will allegedly have “a Spaghetti Western in it.” Unclear! We understand. That’s Tarantino for you. And prior to you believe it’s simply some toss away comment, he did tease this mystical task a lot more, stating it’ll include characters who all speak various languages.

We’ll leave you with his mini plot description of it:

” The Mexican Bandido is an Italian; the hero is an American; the bad constable is a German; the Mexican saloon woman is Israeli,” Tarantino stated. “And everyone is speaking a various language. And [the actors] feel in one’s bones: OK, when he’s ended up talking then I can talk.”

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