Quentin Tarantino has revealed what he thinks is his greatest film — and it’s not his most profitable movie on the field workplace.
Tarantino informed SiriusXM radio host Howard Stern on Wednesday that his decide is “As soon as Upon a Time in Hollywood.”
“I’d normally say one thing like ‘Oh, they’re all my kids,’” Tarantino stated when Stern requested him to call the defining film of his profession. “Then I’d change it to ‘Properly, it form of is determined by once you ask me.’ For those who ask me one 12 months or one second I might say ‘Kill Invoice.’ One other one I might say one thing else.”
He continued: “I actually do suppose ‘As soon as Upon a Time in Hollywood’ is my greatest film.”
The 2019 movie, Tarantino’s newest, stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt as actors seeking to work in late-’60s Hollywood. It racked up 10 Academy Award nominations, scored Pitt the Oscar for Finest Supporting Actor, and earned over $374 million on the field workplace. That’s roughly $50 million lower than his highest-grossing movie “Django Unchained.”
Tarantino, who appeared on Stern’s present to advertise his new e book “Cinema Hypothesis,” has criticized Hollywood’s present period as one of many worst in film historical past.