He believes that networks should have thought about viewers before the pandemic, not now.
58-year-old director Quentin Tarantino once said that he would shoot only 10 films. His ninth picture, “Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood,” he shot and released just before the coronavirus pandemic.
Thanks to this, the film managed to collect more than $ 300 million at the box office. However, now Tarantino doubts that he is destined to release his final project in theaters.
“I am very worried whether my new film will be able to raise the same money not thanks to Internet services, but in ordinary cinemas,” the master asked in Dax Shepard’s podcast Armchair Expert, writes Variety.
“I am against the fact that cinemas in the country are now being closed en masse, but some chains are going there. Because of the endless advertising, uncomfortable chairs and other things, they deprived going to the cinema of special magic, ”Quentin is sure.
“The owners of the halls only think about how to sell more popcorn. I hate it when watching a movie turns into going to dinner. You should have thought about the audience before, but now the market has decided, ”he added.
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