One of the most extra thrilling and enduring items of Hollywood information during the last yr used to be about Quentin Tarantino doubtlessly directing a brand new Celebrity Trek film. Sadly for individuals who sought after to peer what a Tarantino-directed Celebrity Trek would appear to be, it will by no means occur.
Tarantino informed Cut-off date that he believes Sony will produce the brand new Celebrity Trek film written by way of Mark L. Smith (The Revenant), however he most probably would possibly not direct. That being mentioned, the Oscar-winning director at the back of As soon as Upon a Time in Hollywood mentioned he can be desperate to give a contribution to the brand new Celebrity Trek in a extra behind-the-scenes capability.
“I feel they could make that film, however I simply don’t suppose I’m going to direct it. It’s a good suggestion. They will have to for sure do it and I will feel free to return in and provides them some notes at the first tough lower,” he mentioned.
This isn’t a wonder, as Tarantino mentioned final month that he used to be “guidance away” from directing the brand new Celebrity Trek, including on the time that he by no means met with Sony about it within the first position.
This new Celebrity Trek film is break away the only from Fargo’s Noah Hawley that may carry again Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Karl City, and Zoe Saldana.
Tarantino mentioned he nonetheless does plan to make no less than yet one more film, regardless that it may not be at the scale of As soon as Upon a Time in Hollywood, which stars Leonardo Dicaprio and Brad Pitt and carries a reported $90 million funds.
The director’s subsequent film can be a new Kill Invoice, regardless that at this level not anything is showed.
As soon as Upon a Time in Hollywood picked up 10 Oscar nominations, together with nods for Perfect Image and Perfect Director, whilst Pitt and DiCaprio additionally notched nods for Lead and Supporting actor awards, respectively.
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