Brad Pitt Eyes Lead Role in Quentin Tarantino’s Culmination: “The Movie Critic”
The glitzy realm of Hollywood is abuzz with the exciting prospect of Brad Pitt joining forces with iconic filmmaker Quentin Tarantino for what is speculated to be Tarantino’s final cinematic masterpiece.
Variety, the eminent entertainment news outlet, reports that Pitt is in the orbit of this project, marking a reunion with Tarantino, the maestro behind acclaimed works such as “Inglourious Basterds” and “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” a film that earned Pitt the coveted Oscar for Best Supporting Actor.
While Tarantino has kept a tight lid on the details surrounding “The Movie Critic,” whispers suggest that the narrative unfolds in the sun-soaked landscapes of southern California during the groovy 1970s.
The plot intricately weaves around a jaded film critic, rumored to draw inspiration from the life of Pauline Kael, the late luminary of The New Yorker, whose critique held immense sway in the world of cinema.
Currently unattached to any studio, this project is poised to be Tarantino’s directorial swan song, adding an extra layer of anticipation to its cinematic aura.
Renowned for groundbreaking titles like “Pulp Fiction,” “Kill Bill: Volume 1” and “Volume 2,” “Inglourious Basterds,” “Django Unchained,” and “The Hateful Eight,” Tarantino has consistently reiterated his intent to bow out from filmmaking after completing his tenth film.
The penultimate offering from the auteur was “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” a 2019 release that also featured Leonardo DiCaprio, leaving cinephiles eagerly awaiting what promises to be the grand finale from the visionary director.