“I wouldn’t mind doing a Quentin Tarantino film”: 1 Marvel Actor Has Enough Star Power to Lead the Final Tarantino Movie if Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise Don’t Sign Up 

Marvel’s Hugh Jackman eyes role in Quentin Tarantino’s final film: A cinematic game-changer?

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  • Speculation rises over who will star in Tarantino’s last movie if Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt are out.
  • Hugh Jackman expresses interest in leading Quentin Tarantino's final film.
  • Quentin Tarantino helps save the La Clef theatre in Paris, demonstrating his commitment to preserving cinematic culture.
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Move aside, Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise; we’ve got a new contender for the Quentin Tarantino film! While fans buzz about Tarantino’s last hurrah, one Marvel superhero stands prepped and ready, sporting a cheeky grin that says, “Why not me?” Is the MCU star going to be the one to add the final flourish to Tarantino’s iconic filmography?

Brad Pitt and Margaret Qualley in Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon A Time in Hollywood | Sony Pictures
Brad Pitt and Margaret Qualley in Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time in Hollywood | Sony Pictures

As Tarantino fans wait with bated breath (wondering who will get the lead role), this shocking twist could redefine the endgame for the iconic filmmaker. 

From X-Men Claws to Critic’s Quill: Hugh Jackman Claws His Way into Tarantino’s Final Frontier?

Hugh Jackman had previously retired as Wolverine in 2017's Logan | 20th Century Fox
Hugh Jackman had previously retired as Wolverine in 2017’s Logan | 20th Century Fox

Quentin Tarantino’s ninth and last movie, Movie Critic, has been banished to the director’s cutting room floor, with an obviously distraught Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt. Collider leaked information about the auteur’s change of heart, making him reconsider his final project. So now, who will take the lead in the final Tarantino film?


One name stands out: Marvel star, Hugh Jackman. The Aussie charmer’s resume is sharper than Wolverine’s. Hinting at his desire to tango with director Tarantino, Jackman softly asserted, “I wouldn’t mind doing a Tarantino film!” 

From the adamantium-filled X-Men stint to the dark depths of Bad Education, Jackman has proven himself to be a versatile actor (and, might we say, a strong candidate) for this career-defining film. Remember Jackman’s role in the HBO film as the cunning Frank Tassone? Evidence that he’s capable of navigating the morally dubious seas Tarantino enjoys diving into.

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Quentin tarantino and Brad Pitt on the sets of Once Upon A Time In Hollywood (image credit: Columbia Pictures)

But again, this isn’t the American filmmaker’s first rodeo with delayed projects. Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight almost failed due to a script leak, but his unwavering dedication brought critical acclaim. The Movie Critic diversion serves as proof that the director isn’t willing to settle for anything less than cinematic dynamite, even if it necessitates a rewrite.


Both Tarantino fans and movie buffs are glued to their seats, waiting for his every move. Now that Cruise and Pitt aren’t involved (at least not now! ), Marvel’s Jackman has a clear path forward. 

It’s exciting to think that he might take the lead in a Tarantino finale, which promises to be a memorable and intense event. So gather your popcorn, peeps, for a new chapter in Tarantino’s career is about to begin, and it may well include a scathing-pens-wielding Wolverine.

La Clef Lives! Tarantino Steps Up to Save Parisian Cinema Gem

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Quentin Tarantino in Django Unchained cameo role | Columbia Pictures[

Breaking news, movie buffs! Quentin Tarantino himself emerges as a hero, preserving the cherished La Clef theatre in Paris! Having fought against developers and their desire for premium real estate for five years, the ancient rep house was finally saved from closure.


This isn’t just a victory lap for classic moviegoers; it’s a testament of community spirit. Gathered under the persistent leadership of Cinéma Revival, a €2 million war chest was raised. Over 5,000 movie buffs contributed, including several French filmmakers and actors. 

For La Clef, this is not merely a happy conclusion but also a fresh start. The group has scheduled a deliberate four-day reopening in late June, along with a year of refurbishment, to secure its longevity. Consider it a kind of boot camp for movie buffs—a brief break before the big comeback. Raise a drink to this triumph, or a glass of bourbon that meets Tarantino’s approval! 


Written by Heena Singh

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Heena Singh is a writer at Fandom Wire, spent the last two years making waves in entertainment journalism. With a knack for digging up blockbuster celebrity scoops and an uncanny nose for the latest buzz, Heena’s articles bring a fresh and fun perspective to life. When she’s not conquering writing challenges, you’ll find her curled up in bed, peacefully sleeping.