Date: 4th November 2016
Quentin Tarantino has officially announced his retirement, but thankfully it’s not coming for a couple more years. The director – who’s been talking about retiring for quite some time – told the crowd at Adobe Max, a creativity conference hosted in San Diego, that he will stop making films after his tenth feature, meaning his next two will be his last.
"Drop the mic. Boom. Tell everybody, 'Match that shit,' " he stated, per The Hollywood Reporter.
So what will those final two pieces be in his grand filmography? Earlier this year Tarantino teased a potential "Bonnie and Clyde-esque" story set in 1930’s Australia and last month he revealed that his main focus was on a new project he had been researching for four years. The subject is the 1970s and how that decade marked a turning point for American and international cinema.
Source: Press Release