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Wait, so did Trisha Paytas and Quentin Tarantino actually date?

Trisha Paytas has been an internet icon for as long as the internet has been around, appearing in a broad range of projects from Eminem’s We Made You music video to appearing on The Ellen Show in 2010 – but it’s the rumours that she dated Quentin Tarantino that really put the cherry on the cake. That’s right, every so often photos will emerge online suggesting that the two dated back in the early noughties and that she moved to LA to be with him.
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Quentin Tarantino Has a Good Reason Why Once Upon a Time in Hollywood May Be His Final Movie

Quentin Tarantino has rarely put a foot wrong since beginning his career as an independent filmmaker with Reservoir Dogs almost 30 years ago. Whether writing, acting, producing or directing, Quentin Tarantino has been the recipient of numerous awards and soaring box office, with his last four movies in the director's chair taking over $1 billion between them, it's safe to say that his place in Hollywood history is already secured. So as he heads towards what he has said will be the last movie he will direct, why is one of the all-time greats of the industry approaching it with a certain sense of trepidation?
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Quentin Tarantino Considering Retiring From Directing Out Of Fear That His Last Film Could Be His Worst

Quentin Tarantino has revealed that he has considered ending his career as a film director following the release of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood in 2019 starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt. Tarantino has proven to be a controversial yet highly acclaimed director – all nine of his films have been met with great success despite the many complaints of the violence being too excessive or some of the scenes within his movies going on for too long. Several movies directed by Tarantino have been nominated for Best Picture at the Academy Awards including Inglorious Basterds from 2009, Django Unchained from 2012 and, most recently, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
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Is Quentin Tarantino Really Retiring?

Will the director really say goodbye after film number 10?. Writer/director Quentin Tarantino has famously said for years that after he makes a tenth feature film, he's walking away from directing. We've speculated since then about what that movie might be, or if he really means it. Well, based on...
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Quentin Tarantino Contemplates Not Making Another Movie: I'd Be 'Happy with Dropping the Mic'

Despite being one of Hollywood's most celebrated directors working today, Quentin Tarantino continues to stand firm in his decision to retire from filmmaking. The Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood director and screenwriter, 58, appeared on Pure Cinema Podcast (via MovieMaker) this week to discuss his imminent retirement and trying to avoid the possibility of ending his career on a bad film.
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Quentin Tarantino Explains Why He’s Taking Retirement So Seriously

For years Quentin Tarantino has said that he only plans to direct 10 feature films. Since he counts Kill Bill's two parts as a single film (they were, at the very least, directed as one) then he's already made nine movies including his most recent, Once Upon a Time...In Hollywood. That would mean he's only going to make one more movie. Considering that Tarantino is only 58-years-old, he's certainly going to be capable of directing for years to come, so one might expect that he could be reconsidering this self-enforced retirement, but it seems not. Tarantino is taking the idea of retiring very seriously because he doesn't want to make bad movies.
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Quentin Tarantino retiring before his 10th movie?

It has always been known that Quentin Tarantino plans to say goodbye to the cinema. But it seems, according to his statements, that it will be much sooner than we imagined. Quentin Tarantino is one of the favorite directors of many movie fans. He has given us movies that have remained to be remembered, and fans are happy every time a film is released on the big screen. However, he has made it clear many times that he plans to retire from the film industry after releasing his 10th film. But, apparently, this day could be very close.
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Quentin Tarantino Once Again Suggests That He Might Be Done Directing Movies

Head west to California to the off-campus housing just outside of USC. Find a discarded Solo cup, hold it to your ear, and there's a good chance that you'll still be able to hear the echoes of a film school sophomore explaining to a woman who will avoid him for the rest of the evening that Quentin Tarantino is only going to make ten movies. "Ten movies and then he's done," you'll hear him say. "I think that's so brave. You know, in a lot of ways, I think that I'm like the next generation's Quentin Tarantino," and then you'll put the cup in the garbage where it belongs.
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Quentin Tarantino Still Wants to Retire Since Most Directors’ Last Films Are ‘Lousy’

From video store clerk to eventual New York Times bestseller. It makes for quite the trajectory, eh?. That’s still clearly Quentin Tarantino’s thinking too. The mercurial and celebrated filmmaker behind such modern classics as Pulp Fiction and Inglourious Basterds has teased for years that he looks forward to the day he can retire from filmmaking and leave his filmography at an allegedly perfect 10 films. He’s been discussing it since at least Django Unchained, and as he’s approached that mythical “tenth” film (he counts both volumes of Kill Bill as one movie), his opinion hasn’t changed on the matter. In fact, in a new interview with Pure Cinema Podcast (via Collider), Tarantino sounded audibly thrilled about the idea of settling down and being a family man author.
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Quentin Tarantino is Still Threatening to Retire, But He Probably Has One More Film in Him

For years, Quentin Tarantino has said he wants to end his career on a high note. He’s also said he wants to make 10 movies and retire, but it sounds like he may be reconsidering that stance. On the most recent episode of the New Beverly Theater’s Pure Cinema Podcast, which focused on directors’ final films, Tarantino joked that maybe he should go out on top after making Once Upon a Time in Hollywood a couple of years ago.
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Quentin Tarantino Contemplates Retirement: ‘Most Directors Have Horrible Last Movies’

It’s been over a year since Quentin Tarantino last spoke publicly about his decision to retire from feature filmmaking after his 10th movie. Is he still planning to fold up the director’s chair as of June 2021? Based on his appearance this week on the “Pure Cinema Podcast,” it sure sounds like it. Tarantino joined the show to discuss five great final movies from his favorite directors (Tony Scott’s “Unstoppable” is mentioned), and naturally the conversation turned to Tarantino’s own plan to end his directing career.
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Quentin Tarantino Suggests That He Might Abruptly Retire Because ‘Most Directors’ Last Films Are F*cking Lousy’

For years, Quentin Tarantino has maintained that his tenth film will be his last. With Once Upon A Time in Hollywood coming in at number nine (the Kill Bill volumes count as one film), the writer/director has one movie left to go, but during a recent interview, he seems to be contemplating walking away from filmmaking before suffering the same fate as most directors.
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HBO Succession Star Reveals That Time He Fanboyed Out To Quentin Tarantino On Airplane

We’ve all been there - that moment when you spot a celebrity going incognito on the streets. You’re suddenly gripped with indecision as you frantically text your friends: do I say something? Should I say something? What if they’re - curse the thought - mean? But sometimes, especially when the celeb is important to you, it’s better for your future self to just take the chance. Take it from Nicholas Braun, star of the HBO hit series Succession, who had a fanboy moment with filmmaker Quentin Tarantino.