Movie critics are picking up on an early warning from Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming film, Tango and Cash, that it may not be quite as funny as his other work.
Tarantino has been known to throw a little shade at his collaborators, especially when they have made his films.
In a new interview with Entertainment Weekly, Tarantino says that if he was given the choice, he would not make a film with the likes of Will Ferrell, Jonah Hill, Amy Poehler, and Chris Pratt.
Instead, Tarantinos “dream of bringing the best of what he did to his own movies, to his characters, and to the audience,” Tarantino said.
This isn’t the first time Tarantino has taken aim at his co-writers.
A few months back, he revealed that he has been considering putting together a movie about “two people who, at a certain point in their lives, have this conversation,” Tarantinos The Hateful Eight.
The two characters, John Dower and his son, Frank Dower, talk about how they have moved past the tragedy of their pasts, and how they both feel like they are on a path to a better life.
The Hateful 8 is slated for release on March 12, 2019.