Last Tarantino Movie

It’s that time again – time for Quentin Tarantino to bring up his potential Star Trek movie and also his possible retirement. Tarantino has teased both his Trek film and his plans to retire after making ten movies. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is being billed as Tarantino’s ninth, which begs the question: is Star Trek going to be his last movie, or does he count that as something separate, and do we still have one more original Tarantino movie on the horizon as well? The filmmaker has weighed in, and it looks like he might just call it quits after Trek. Maybe.

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once upon a time in hollywood film series

Quentin Tarantino and Sony TV are ready to celebrate the release of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood with a film series featuring 10 films personally curated by Tarantino himself. The movies will air on the Sony Movie Channel, which is apparently a real thing, even though I’ve never heard of it. Segments will feature conversations between Tarantino and film writer and historian Kim Morgan, with each film representative of the era in which Tarantino’s latest film is set.

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American Pie Reunion

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this edition, watch as the cast of American Pie gets back together for the first film’s 20th anniversary. Plus, watch an extensive Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Q&A with director Quentin Tarantino and the star-studdded cast. And finally, Stuber star Kumail Nanjiani sits down for the latest edition of Hot Ones to see if he can handle the heat of some spicy wings. Read More »

once upon a time in hollywood drafthouse screenings

The Alamo Drafthouse is going all-in on Quentin Tarantino‘s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. The theater chain will screen the filmmaker’s latest on 35mm at 19 locations across the country. Featuring vintage 35mm trailers and special repertory programming, this entire scenario seems custom-made to entice cinephiles across the land. There will also be 70mm screenings.

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Quentin Tarantino Podcast

Quentin Tarantino is in publicity overdrive for his upcoming Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. The famous filmmaker (and film fan) owns the New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles, and he’s programmed a line-up of movies that served as inspiration for his latest opus. To help promote both the new movie and the July programming at the New Bev, Tarantino joined the Pure Cinema Podcast and talked for nearly three hours.

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far from home box office

The summer box office may be a bit dismal, but things are looking up for Spider-Man. Spider-Man: Far From Home, the latest Spidey adventure, had the best Tuesday opening ever, suggesting that audiences will embrace at least one summer blockbuster this year. Far From Home got a jump on the Independence Day box office, and will likely only increase its haul over the long holiday weekend.

While Far From Home is appealing to audiences of all ages, Quentin Tarantino‘s more adult-oriented Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is eyeing a $30 million opening weekend this month.

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quentin tarantino retiring early

Quentin Tarantino is retiring. Unless he isn’t. The filmmaker has teased his exit from movies in the past, stating that he would probably hang it up after 10 movies. Now, however, Tarantino is hinting that he might stop even earlier, and call it quits after his upcoming Once Upon a Time in Hollywood – especially if the flick is well received.

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sony movie posters

Sony has released two new movie posters within hours of each other and they could not be more different. The first, a poster for Quentin Tarantino‘s highly anticipated Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, finally gives the film its first great one-sheet, while the second, for Spider-Man: Far From Home…does not.

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once upon a time in hollywood cast cut

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood has a huge cast, but it looks like a few of those cast members didn’t make it into the final film. After Quentin Tarantino‘s latest screened at Cannes, one critic pointed out that several of the previously-announced actors aren’t in the movie – but that might change. According to Tarantino himself, there’s a good chance he’s going to make Once Upon a Time in Hollywood longer.

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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Review

It’s more challenging than usual to talk about Quentin Tarantino’s latest film, Once Upon A Time…In Hollywood, without spoiling a lot of the power of the film. It’s a work that generates much of its power from surprise, and how it’s willing to diverge from the historical record in ways some may find daring and others disturbing. After all, the Manson murders were real, the events took place and no film, as broad or as manic as this one, can in anyway erase that fact. Yet in three glorious hours, Tarantino imagines something quite different about the events in 1969.

Without diving into the divergences, the key to recognize is what the film does, and does brilliantly, is evoke what the Manson murders represent, and the period that they took place in. This isn’t some superficial look at a bunch of rabid hippies and the violence they committed, but is rather more the story of the wild and rampant societal changes that the end of the ’60s represent.

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