John Travolta thinks it’s about time he and director Quentin Tarantino reunite for a new film.
The 65-year-old actor is expressing his hopes to have a chance to appear in the filmmaker’s last film. Tarantino previously said in an interview that he will be retiring after helming his 10th film. His latest, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, already marks his ninth.
The pair worked together on Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction where Travolta starred opposite Uma Thurman and Samuel L. Jackson.
Speaking to Us Weekly while promoting his new film, Travolta says he is “100 percent” on board to join the director’s 10th film, given the opportunity.
“He’s worked with everyone but me in the past however many years it’s been. So it would be great. If it’s true that it’s gonna be his last film, I would love to be part of it because we kind of started together in his beautiful career he’s had.”
However, “The Fanatic” actor acknowledges that the decision to include him would completely be up to Tarantino. Whether or not he’ll make an appearance, Travolta says that his 10th film will definitely knock it out of the park.
“I wouldn’t dare interfere by saying, ‘Oh, please let me be part of it!’ It would have to totally be up to Quentin because it’s just the way he is,” the actor explained.
“I know that he thinks on his feet and he absorbs what’s happening in the world around him. To that degree, I would never interfere with his decisions,” the Oscar nominee added.