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Quentin Tarantino, the acclaimed filmmaker behind hits such as “Pulp Fiction” and “Django Unchained” has announced that he is finished writing the script for his last movie.
In an interview with The New York Times, Tarantino said that he was “wrapping up” his script for a movie set in 1969 Los Angeles, which he has previously said will be his last film.
“I think when it comes to theatrical movies, I’ve come to the end of the road,” said Tarantino. “I see myself writing books and starting to write theater, so I’ll still be creative. I just think I’ve given all I have to give to movies.”
The movie, which has yet to be officially titled, is said to focus on the Manson Family murders and will feature some of Hollywood's biggest stars, including Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt.
The movie is expected to be released in 2019, although no official release date has been announced.
Tarantino's announcement that this will be his last movie comes after a decades-long career which has seen him become one of the most celebrated filmmakers of all time. He has been nominated for eight Academy Awards and has won two Oscars for his films “Django Unchained” and “Pulp Fiction”.
Tarantino's last movie will be a fitting end for a long career, and fans will be eagerly awaiting its release.