Lovers of Quentin Jerome Tarantino’s movies are in for another blockbuster from the American director, writer and actor. This may be Tarantino’s second to the last film, and it is set to be about the Manson Family Murders of the 1960’s.
Manson Family Murders Movie: Budget, Title, Release Date Still Unknown
Charles Mason and his “family” of bandits engaged in killing sprees in California in the 1960’s. In one spectacular killing, the Mason Family murdered Sharon Tate, glamorous actress and wife of movie director Roman Polanski.
Tate, who was eight months pregnant at the time of her murder, was slaughtered in 1969 together with her four friends. The horrifying killings were widely covered by major newspapers of the time.
The title of the proposed movie is still a secret. Details of the script are being kept under wraps at the moment.
It is still being debated whether veteran actor Brad Pitt will play the role of Charles Mason, and if talented actress Jennifer Lawrence will take up the role of Sharon Tate.
The date for the movie release is still unknown. But, shooting begins in the summer of 2018.
Quentin Tarantino May Quit Movie Production After 10th Film
Born on March 27, 1963 in Knoxville, Tennessee, Quentin Tarantino’s father is of Italian ancestry. His mother is of mixed Cherokee and Irish descent. The following is a list of Tarantino’s crime movie over the decades:
- Reservoir Dogs – released October 23, 1992
- Pulp Fiction – released October 14, 1994
- Jackie Brown – released December 25, 1997
- Kill Bill: Volume 1 – released October 10, 2003
- Kill Bill: Volume 2 – released April 16, 2004
- Death Proof – released April 6, 2007
- Inglourious Basterds – released August 21, 2009
- Django Unchained – released December 25, 2012
- The Hateful Eight – released December 25, 2015
Having produced eight films so far, Tarantino said he would be quitting movie production when he clocks 60 years of age. So, this movie about the Manson Family Murders may be close to his last production. According to Maxim, Tarantino will concentrate on writing novels and film literature after quitting films:
“If I get to the 10th, do a good job and don’t screw it up, well that sounds like a good way to end the old career.”