"I can't imagine Leonardo is going to want to do it". Tarantino plans to give it a once-over when he's done promoting Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. It was hailed as one of the best movies of his career at the Cannes Film Festival where it got a 6-minute standing ovation after its premiere.
Quentin Tarantino might be boldly taking the Star Trek franchise where previous installments have never gone before. "I will say one thing about Star Trek that I've been waiting for someone to bring up", he said.
Up next for Quentin Tarantino is Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, which hits the majority of markets July 26th - although United Kingdom audiences will have to wait until August 15th to see the movie.
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"I remember when you (DiCaprio) and I did Wolf of Wall Street that you would get mad at me for anytime I'd mention a movie I hadn't seen, he'd be like, 'How have you not seen Citizen Kane?". Paramount hasn't approved it and Tarantino hasn't agreed to direct.
"You shouldn't worry that it is going to be full of obscenity and stuff", Urban said."He wants an R-rating to really make those beats of effect land". I wanted you to see Sharon a lot, see her living life. There's some things I need to work on but I really, really liked it. But it just so turns out that Tarantino actually wants to make Pulp Fiction in space. One of the comments he said, he's like 'Well, look, it's not going to be Pulp Fiction in space.' Yes, it is! Yes, it is! If I do it, that's exactly what it'll be. Within the movie, there is the fictional '50s TV series we get a glimpse of that stars Rick Dalton, Leonardo DiCaprio's character. "How can you work in this industry, and not have seen 'Citizen Kane?'" she said in an MTV News interview.
Then Tarantino addressed the fact that his movie would be R-rated, confessing that he is "not worrying about stuff like that". So that goes part and parcel. I think it would be more controversial if I said I'm going to do a PG movie and it's going to fit exactly in the universe. Direct every episode. They're a half hour long. He's been talking about doing his own Star Trek for a few years now and, to his credit, he's still talking about it.