Fans are preparing themselves for what will be Quentin Tarantino’s final film.

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The director, who has long said he plans to retire after directing ten feature films, sat down with Rolling Stone‘s Peter Travers for a new interview in which he talks about transitioning into life after filmmaking.

“I kind of feel this is the time for the third act [of my life] to just lean a little bit more into the literary, which would be good as a new father, as a new husband,” Tarantino said. “I wouldn’t be grabbing my family and yanking them to Germany or Sri Lanka or wherever the next story takes place. I can be a little bit more of a homebody, and become a little bit more of a man of letters.”

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He added, “I guess I do feel that directing is a young man’s game. I do feel that cinema is changing, and I’m a little bit part of the old guard.”

In 2019, Tarantino released his ninth film, “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”, which earned 10 nominations last week at the Academy Awards, including Best Director, Best Original Screenplay and Best Picture.