Quentin Tarantino Signs a Two-Book Deal with HarperCollins

The first will be a novelization of 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood'
Quentin Tarantino Signs a Two-Book Deal with HarperCollins
Director Quentin Tarantino supposedly only has one movie left in him, but that doesn't mean he'll up and retire. Instead, his myriad planned projects now include two books, which he'll publish with HarperCollins.

The first book is a novelization of Tarantino's own recent film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, which the writer and director will pen himself. Whether or not it will deviate from the story in the film is yet to be seen.

"In the '70s movie novelizations were the first adult books I grew up reading. And to this day I have a tremendous amount of affection for the genre. So as a movie-novelization aficionado, I'm proud to announce Once Upon a time in Hollywood as my contribution to this often marginalized, yet beloved sub-genre in literature," Tarantino said in a press release.

Following that book, he'll release a nonfiction tome called Cinema Speculation, which will be composed of essays, reviews and personal writing on the subject of 1970s films.