Quentin Tarantino is one of the most interesting directors in Hollywood today and continues to make movies that can easily be associated with the man himself. However, Quentin recently claimed that he feels like retiring from the movie industry and he has now revealed why he feels that way.
Tarantino told The Hollywood Reporter, “Part of the reason I'm feeling [like retiring] is, I can't stand all this digital stuff. This is not what I signed up for. Even the fact that digital presentation is the way it is right now - I mean, it's television in public, it's just television in public. That's how I feel about it. I came into this for film. I hate that stuff. I shoot film. But to me, even digital projection is - it's over, as far as I'm concerned. It's over.”
He added, “If I'm gonna do TV in public, I'd rather just write one of my big scripts and do it as a miniseries for HBO, and then I don't have the time pressure that I'm always under, and I get to actually use all the script. I always write these huge scripts that I have to kind of - my scripts aren't like blueprints. They're not novels, but they're novels written with script format. And so I'm adapting the script into a movie every day.”
Quentin continued, “The one movie that I was actually able to use everything - where you actually have the entire breadth of what I spent a year writing - was the two Kill Bill movies because it's two movies. So if I'm gonna do another big epic thing again, it'll probably be like a 6-hour miniseries or something.”
Quentin Tarantino’s latest movie Django Unchained stars Jamie Foxx, Leonardo DiCaprio, Samuel L Jackson and Kerry Washington and is set to be released in the US on December 25 and then in the UK on January 18, 2013.