Quentin Tarantino
Art Streiber
United States
2019

Quentin
Tarantino

Film Director

Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood” lived up to its hype, giving the verbose filmmaker his biggest box-office opening. It also justified Sony’s decision to commit $95 million to an original idiosyncratic period film that puts a fictional actor in midlife crisis and his trusty stuntman on a collision course with the Manson Family. Oscar noms could be in store, though at a recent Grammy Museum gathering, Tarantino hinted at his real yearning for a golden megaphone for the film’s meticulously curated soundtrack. However it goes, the film’s elegiac tone reminds it’s his ninth directorial effort, and he’s repeatedly pledged to leave moviemaking after his tenth film. He has not definitively stated whether his long-discussed R-rated “Star Trek” would count toward that total.

Career

  • PULP FICTION
  • DJANGO UNCHAINED
  • ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD

Variety Honors

  • 2018 Variety500 Honoree
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Bruce Lee's Daughter, Shannon, Says She's 'Open for a Conversation' With Quentin Tarantino

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“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” nabbed five Golden Globe nominations and is a box office success, grossing over $370 million worldwide -- a feat that the drama, starring Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio, achieved without being released in China. The film was originally scheduled for a theatrical bow in the country on Oct. 25, but was put on hold reportedly after Shannon Lee, Bruce Lee’s daughter, filed a complaint to China’s National Film Administration objecting to the film’s depiction...

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