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On 7/24/2022 at 1:41 AM, DireWolfSpirit said:

Which of your favored actors/actresses have we yet to see in a QT movie and who would you hope to see yet in one if QT does only one last film?

You asked it, now brace for impact...

Jackson
Madsen
Thurman
Roth (both)
Waltz
Keitel
Russell
Buscemi
Goggins
Himself

So far, regulars at least half of whom SHOULD be cast...

Next...

Washington
Pfeiffer
Gosling
Huge-ackman
Bale
Chastain
Gyllenhal
Phoenix
Bardem
Portman
Streep
Oldman
Freeman (Django's descendant Morgan)
Whitaker
Penn
Dafoe
Turturro
Cranston
Depp
Hill
Norton
Kidman
Moore
Nyong'o
Kaluuya
Garfield
Gibson
Eastwood
McDormand
Pugh
Taylor-Joy
Foster
Chalamet
Dano
SeeSaw Ronan
Winslet
Reeves
Keoghan
Pattinson
Hardy
Newton
Kravitz
Walken
Dinklage
Rockwell
Damon
Wahlberg
Dhanush (looking forward to an Avik San spinoff) 
Neeson
Fiennes
Skarsgaards (any of 'em)
Stone

Bring DD-L, Pesci, Fonda and Diaz out of retirement

Gosh! I could go on...this just the top of my head

ETA

Just watched Green Mile and was gonna add MC Duncan (so much like Ving Rhames tho, esp Pulp Fiction vibes)...only to find he died 10 years ago.

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1 hour ago, WarGalley said:

Does Drexl Spivey not count? Because that’s probably my favorite Oldman performance. That one scene was so mesmerizing. I re-watch it often.

Half counts, but still would want him in a film directed by Tarantino.

1 hour ago, WarGalley said:

Edit: I’ve seen True Romance, as a whole, twice and it’s been a few years but my reaction is generally “I can’t believe Tarantino didn’t direct this.”

I can, admittedly. It has a very different visual style than Tarantino's films, for the most part.

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11 minutes ago, TheLastWolf said:

So rewatched Death Proof, it was better for me in the Grindhouse double feature.

Death Proof is the only Tarantino film I've never completely watched.  Thought Planet Terror was great though.

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4 minutes ago, Tywin et al. said:

I still don't believe it will be his last film. People that creative don't just stop making art.

I tend to agree, but I think it will be one of his last, and essentially mark his retirement.  He's getting old, he has a new(ish) wife and two very young children, he lives in Israel, and he's already moved on to books and even launching a podcast.  

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5 hours ago, DMC said:

I tend to agree, but I think it will be one of his last, and essentially mark his retirement.  He's getting old, he has a new(ish) wife and two very young children, he lives in Israel, and he's already moved on to books and even launching a podcast.  

Yeah, I view it more as he's going to take a break and see where he's at in five years or so when the kids are a bit older. I can't imagine a podcast will fill the void left from being one of the best directors of all time though, especially when it's centered around his love of movies and what inspired him to want to be a writer/director.

Have you checked out the pod? If so is it any good?

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