Quentin Tarantino Tells Bill Maher He Still Plans to Retire After One More Film: ‘I’ve Given It Everything I Have’

Quentin Tarantino knows that once you’ve reached the top, the only option is to go down.While promoting his “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” novel on “Real Time With Bill Maher” on June 25, Tarantino confirmed he plans to retire after making one more film.“You’re too young to quit and you’re at the top of your game,” Maher pushed.“That’s why I want to quit,” Tarantino said over a cheering audience.

“Because I know film history and from here on end, directors do not get better.”Maher responded that they got started in the industry around the same time, but that he would not quit while at a career peak.

He further assured Tarantino that “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” is his best film to date.

The film, an homage to Hollywood’s golden age, earned 10 Academy Award nominations and won a best picture Golden Globe.

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