Quentin Tarantino To Revamp 'Rolling Thunder'? Inside His Final Film, 'The Movie Critic'
Quentin Tarantino is ready to dazzle the silver screen one final time with his 10th film, 'The Movie Critic.'
Tarantino's Tenth & Final: Unveiling 'The Movie Critic'
The film industry's audacious renegade, Quentin Tarantino, is back in the spotlight, weaving magic for what he claims to be his final directorial venture. The upcoming film, titled 'The Movie Critic,' is causing a stir in Tinseltown with its intriguing concept, combining nostalgia and a unique cinematic twist.
A Tale of the '70s
'The Movie Critic,' as described by Tarantino, will whisk audiences back to the late 1970s, encapsulating the vibrant filmmaking scene of Los Angeles. Adding a progressive spin to the narrative, the film will reportedly revolve around a female lead, the details of which remain a mystery.
The plot thickens with Paul Schrader, esteemed writer, and director, hinting at a rather unique creative approach. In an interview with Indiewire's Filmmaker Toolkit podcast, Schrader let slip that Tarantino intends to not only utilize movie clips from the '70s era but also remake certain films from that time period.
Reviving 'Rolling Thunder'?
A nugget of detail that has captured the industry's attention is Tarantino's expressed interest in revamping the ending of 'Rolling Thunder,' a 1977 thriller featuring William Devane and Tommy Lee Jones. The very prospect of seeing a Tarantino-flavored reimagining of this classic has sparked considerable interest among cinephiles.
"I’d love to see you redo the ending of Rolling Thunder," Schrader revealed, quoting Tarantino's query to him in his interview. It is indeed a tantalizing prospect, one that suits Tarantino's out-of-the-box, or as Schrader wittily puts it, "Tarantino-esque" style.