Quentin Tarantino will be working on a novel, play & TV series!
It is a known fact that Hollywood director Quentin Tarantino will retire from filmmaking after making 10 films. He has so far directed 9 films but for his final film, we will have to wait for a while. The writer-director seems to have something else on his mind and that has nothing to do with films. He recently shared that he will be working on a novel, a play, and a TV Show.
Quentin Tarantino has revealed his plans while speaking at a BAFTA event held in London:
“Normally when I finish a script we pretty much go right into production on it. When I finished Hollywood, I wasn’t ready to start. Part of the reason I wasn’t ready to start it was because I was just really plugged into writing at that point… So I finished Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, finished that script, put it aside, and then I wrote a play. And then I wrote a five-episode TV series. And right now I’m writing a book and I’m hoping that I’ll be finished in three months. So the idea will be hopefully by March maybe I’ll be finished with the book – and then, theoretically, maybe I’ll do the play, and then theoretically I’ll do the TV show, and then by that point, I’ll be thinking maybe what I’ll do for the 10th movie.”
He further added his plans on a TV Show:
“From watching the different old Western shows and everything, I did it to get in the head of Bounty Law. I ended up starting to really like the idea of Jake Cahill, as a character. I really started loving those half-hour ’50s Western scripts. The idea that you could write something like 24 minutes, where there was so much story crammed in those half-hour shows, with a real beginning and a middle and an end. Also, it was kind of fun because you can’t just keep doubling down and exploring. At some point, you’ve got to wrap it up. I really liked that idea. I’ve written five different episodes for a possible Bounty Law black-and-white half-hour Western show.”
After listening to his plans, we get to know that his fans will have to wait for his last feature that will mark his retirement from filmmaking. But his other project plans make us more excited to wait for his other masterpieces in the form of a novel, play, and TV shows.