John Travolta Potentially Cast in ‘The Movie Critic’

Sneider Hints At John Travolta Being Cast in Quentin Tarantino’s “The Movie Critic”

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Posted: September 19, 2023

Samuel L. Jackson already has a role in Quentin Tarantino’s “The Movie Critic,” and now we might be able to add another “Pulp Fiction” star to the cast of his “final” film.

None other than John Travolta is reportedly being considered by Tarantino for a role in “The Movie Critic,” according to Jeff Sneider. I trust Sneider because, more often than not, his intelligence is accurate and on-point.

Despite the fact that Sneider claims the whole movie has already been cast, the strike has prevented any official announcements from being made. So, we’ll just have to wait for the press announcement for the actual details.

This indicates that Bruce Willis, John Travolta, and Samuel L. Jackson are speculated to be in the movie. If you recall, despite the actor’s serious sickness, Tarantino reportedly wanted Willis to appear in his movie.

Pulp Fiction (1994) - John Travolta and Quentin Tarantino

Pulp Fiction (1994) – John Travolta and Quentin Tarantino

With a cast that includes those from the movie that helped make Tarantino a counterculture legend in the 1990s, this seems to be his final picture. Sneider even makes a suggestion that another “Pulp Fiction” actor would appear in “The Movie Critic,” although it’s unclear who that actor will be.

Tarantino has described the main character as “Travis Bickle if he were a film critic”. Travis Bickle is a fictional character and the anti-hero protagonist of the 1976 film “Taxi Driver” directed by Martin Scorsese. So, an isolated loner who happens to review movies for an underground magazine. how fun.

The film, which is set in 1977, was aiming to shoot this fall in Los Angeles, but the strike has halted its momentum. Who knows when we will get to see the film in all of its glory.

 

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