Golden Globe winner Quentin Tarantino is standing by his promise to bow out of Hollywood after 10 films, revealing his final movie will link to his first, Reservoir Dogs in a big way.
The director picked up a couple of prizes for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood at the Globes on Sunday night and then reminded the media backstage his next project will be his last.
"The whole idea is to live and want more; the old vaudevillian way of going out," he said backstage. "I look at the idea of a 10-film filmography where I spent the last 30 years where I gave everything that I had - then dropping the mic.
"I’ll write plays, write TV, but the filmography will stand... I like the idea of becoming more of a writer."
And he gave reporters a hint of what to expect with his swansong, adding, "There is an umbilical cord from the 10th film to Reservoir Dogs, all the way to the end. I think that’s kind of cool."