5 December 2012 1:45 PM, PST | Movies.com | See recent Movies.com news »

Recently Quentin Tarantino became the latest high-profile director to admit that he may not be directing movies too much longer. Following in the footsteps of Steven Soderbergh, whose last film (or so he says) is due out next year, Tarantino has gone on record saying he just doesn't want to keep making movies for the rest of his life. During The Hollywood Reporter's annual roundtable discussion featuring some of the year's more well-known (and praised) directors, Tarantino elaborated a bit more on why he wants to quit filmmaking, and what he plans to do next. I don't intend to be a director deep into my old age," he says to the group. "I'll probably just be a writer. I'll write novels, film literature, film books and subtextual film criticism...

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