Quentin Tarantino Considers Scrapping Upcoming Movie Over Fears of Hollywood ‘Curse’

The ‘Kill Bill’ director is worried that his next movie, which will be his last project as a director, will be horrible so he contemplates dropping the film.

AceShowbizQuentin Tarantino fears his last movie will be his worst.

The “Kill Bill” director has made no secret that his next film will be his last at the helm but he admits he’s a little concerned by the “curse” that directors’ last movies are always “horrible.”

“Most directors have horrible last movies,” he said during an interview on the “[t=Pure Cinema}” Podcast. “Usually their worst movies are their last movies. That’s the case for most of the Golden Age directors that ended up making their last movies in the late ’60s and the ’70s, then that ended up being the case for most of the New Hollywood directors who made their last movies in the late ’80s and the ’90s. So to actually end your career on a decent movie is rare. To end it with, like, a good movie is kind of phenomenal.”

Tarantino’s most recent release was “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” and he admits he would be bowing out on the hit movie.

“I mean, most directors’ last films are f**king lousy … maybe I should not make another movie because I could be really happy with dropping the mic,” he added.

The filmmaker previously said family was behind his decision to retire from directing movies.

He married wife Daniella Pick in November 2018 and they welcomed their first child, a baby boy, in February 2020.

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