Pitt: "I do too. I believe it. Now there's still…"
Pitt: "Yes. There's many novels in him. There's teleplays. Streaming service doesn't count, in his mind, as a film. A television series. He's got..."
DiCaprio: "I think it's the written, directed by Quentin Tarantino theatrical experience. I don't know. We'd have to get in the mind of Quentin."
Pitt: "Which is impossible, and I'm sure we'd get lost immediately. But he, you know, he's really speaking to the shelf life of directors that he's studied, that he's known and loved. And there's a method. There's a real method to his madness, there's a science behind it."
DiCaprio: "I always imagined it as his little box set that he wants to just hang up on the wall and that's it. That completes the Tarantino, you know, cinematic experience."