Brad Pitt is teaming up with Quentin Tarantino once again, this time for what is said to be the director’s final film, “The Movie Critic,” according to a recent report from Deadline.
Their previous collaboration in 2019’s “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” earned Pitt his first Oscar for best supporting actor. Pitt has also appeared in other Tarantino films such as “Inglourious Basterds” (2009) and the 1993 cult classic “True Romance,” which Tarantino co-wrote.
Set in 1977 Los Angeles, “The Movie Critic” follows a critic working for a fictional publication called The Popstar Pages. Tarantino has shared that the film is inspired by a real-life critic known for his unconventional reviews, characterized by their bluntness and humor.
While Pitt’s role in the film hasn’t been revealed, Tarantino has described the lead character as someone in their mid-thirties, offering a fresh perspective for his movies.
Tarantino has praised Pitt as one of the last big-screen stars, and their successful collaboration in “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” underscores their creative synergy.
On Pitt’s side, he’s been busy with various projects, including leading roles in “Bullet Train” and “Babylon.” Additionally, he’s set to appear in the Apple thriller “Wolfs” alongside George Clooney and an untitled F1 movie directed by Joseph Kosinski.
Fans are eagerly anticipating the reunion of Pitt and Tarantino, given their history of success and the intriguing premise of “The Movie Critic.”