Tarantino vows to retire from movie business at 60
Director Quentin Tarantino has vowed he would quit making movies at the age of 60.
The 'Kill Bill' director says he will never work just for the sake of making money and will give up his career if the quality of his movies begins to suffer.
So, the 46-year-old has given himself only another 14 years before he retires to avoid making bad movies just to support his expensive tastes.
"Directors don't get better, they get worse! ...When you gotta go out and make a movie to pay for the kids' private school and for the three ex-wives, don't talk to me about your artistry. It's their job," the Daily Star quoted him as telling America's GQ magazine.
"I don't want to have to watch the movie I made to pay for my pool," he added.