Quentin Tarantino is teaming up with a former collaborator for his final directorial endeavor.

According to reports from Deadline and Variety, Brad Pitt is in discussions to feature in Quentin Tarantino's forthcoming movie "The Movie Critic," reuniting with the director of "Pulp Fiction."

Representatives for Pitt and Tarantino have been contacted by USA TODAY for comments.

This would be the third collaboration between Pitt and Tarantino, following their work together on "Inglourious Basterds" in 2009 and "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" in 2019, both directed by Tarantino.

Pitt also featured in 1993's "True Romance," a film penned by Tarantino but directed by Tony Scott.

Pitt would be the initial disclosed cast member of Tarantino's "The Movie Critic," rumored to center around a real-life film critic whom the director holds in high regard.

In 2023, Tarantino disclosed to Deadline that the movie is situated in California during 1977, revolving around a real individual who, although never achieving significant fame, authored film critiques for an adult magazine.

It remains uncertain if Pitt, aged 60, will portray the titular movie critic. However, Tarantino had previously stated to Deadline that the film's lead would be a "fresh leading man" for him and would be approximately 35 years old.

Pitt earned an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in Tarantino's "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood," portraying Cliff Booth, a stuntman, alongside Leonardo DiCaprio in 1969 Hollywood.

The movie, which received 10 Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture, was a box office success, earning nearly $400 million globally.