Quentin Tarantino Planning a ‘Pulp Fiction’ Reunion In His Next Movie


The famous director is back once again with a new movie!

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Quentin Tarantino is cooking up a cinematic reunion that’s got film buffs buzzing! The rumor mill is abuzz with whispers that none other than John Travolta is set to share the silver screen once again with his Pulp Fiction partner-in-crime, Samuel L. Jackson.

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According to the inside scoop from Hollywood’s very own secret agent, Jeff Sneider (courtesy of World Of Reel), Travolta has snagged a role in Tarantino’s tantalizing new project, aptly titled “The Movie Critic.” But hold onto your popcorn, folks, because there’s a twist in the tale – while the entire cast might be locked and loaded, thanks to the Hollywood strikes, the official announcement is still playing hard to get.

Samuel L. Jackson, the man with a penchant for unforgettable one-liners and epic Ezekiel speeches, was previously whispered to be part of this star-studded lineup. When asked about it in an interview with Vulture back in July, he remained as enigmatic as a Quentin Tarantino plot twist, responding with a cool “no comment.”

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But wait, there’s more! Earlier this year, word on the Tinseltown street had it that Tarantino wanted to give Bruce Willis a swan song role in the film, marking his final appearance before stepping out of the limelight due to a frontotemporal dementia diagnosis.

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It’s a blast from the past as Travolta, Jackson, and Willis all originally waltzed into our lives in Tarantino’s 1994 cult classic, Pulp Fiction. Since then, Jackson has been Tarantino’s go-to guy, collaborating on cinematic gems like Jackie Brown, Django Unchained, and The Hateful Eight.

And if that’s not enough to make you excited, here’s the cherry on top: Paul Walter Hauser, known for his roles in “I, Tonya” and “Blackbird,” has been swirling in the rumor mill as the lead, portraying the fictional film critic extraordinaire, Jim Sheldon.

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But what’s “The Movie Critic” all about, you ask? Well, Tarantino spilled the cinematic beans earlier this year in an interview with Deadline. Brace yourselves for a trip back to Southern California in 1977, where the film will be based on a real-life critic of p*rn films.

“He wrote about mainstream movies, and he was the second-string critic,” Tarantino teased. “I think he was a very good critic. He was cynical as hell. His reviews were a cross between early Howard Stern and what Travis Bickle might be if he were a film critic.”

So, whether you’re a die-hard Tarantino fan, a Pulp Fiction aficionado, or just someone looking for a good time at the movies, “The Movie Critic” promises to be one wild ride that’ll keep you on the edge of your seat, itching to dive headfirst into the thrilling world of cinema nostalgia and gritty critiques!

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