Quentin Tarantino's retirement plans
Quentin Tarantino is planning to retire within eight years.
The 52-year-old acclaimed director, known as the mastermind behind 'Pulp Fiction', is planning to make two more movies after his new Western film 'The Hateful Eight' and then he'll turn away from the camera for good.
He told The Sun newspaper: "If I got right to work on both of them you're talking about six years from now.
"It will be a little closer to eight years. [My opinion] could change, but I tend to doubt it."
And, although he's remaining tight-lipped on what two final movies he'll sign to, the legendary filmmaker recently hinted there's a "possibility" he'll make a third 'Kill Bill' movie because he's keen to work with Uma Thurman again.
Asked whether he'd want to make another 'Kill Bill' movie, he said: "There is definitely a possibility, [I'll] stop short of saying a probability. For one reason in particular: Uma and me would have a really good time working together again."
Meanwhile, Tarantino is set to have another few busy years coming up after he gets his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, which was established in 1958 to honour popular figures in the entertainment industry, in 2016.