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Quentin Tarantino wants to give Bruce Willis one last role despite his dementia

Quentin Tarantino wants to give Bruce Willis one last role despite his dementia

The tenth and final film from cult director Quentin Tarantino, the film critic, is currently in production and could feature Bruce Willis (Die Hard, Armageddon) in the cast.

The actor was diagnosed with a rare form of dementia earlier this year after previously retiring from acting due to aphasia. However, now Quentin Tarantino wants to give Willis the opportunity to appear in a small role in The Movie Critic if he is physically able to do so. If not, Tarantino is considering incorporating excerpts from one of the many films into a Bruce Willis film instead. According to his own statements, Tarantino has not yet contacted Willis and his family about offering the role, but he wants to respect their wishes in any case.

Not much is known about the director’s supposed last film. However, the plot is supposed to revolve around a film critic for a pornographic magazine in the 1970s and takes place in Southern California. This is said to be based on a critic whose article Tarantino read in a pornographic magazine when he was young, and who, according to the director, reported on films in a wonderfully satirical and witty manner.

There is no other information about the cast or even the release date yet. However, Tarantino is looking for an American actor to play the title role and has expressed dislike for the trend of portraying British actors as Americans. (Cedric Bowman)

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