Quentin Tarantino says he's here to stay
Speaking to the Vancouver Sun, the award winning director, who is up for two Oscars this year for Inglourious Basterds, said he likes making "very personal movies, buried inside of genre".
He added that he is very proud of how Inglourious Basterds, which has notched up eight Oscar and six Bafta nominations, has been received.
The 46-year-old also revealed that he will stay in film.
"I was always talked about for my first two films Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction like I was some sort of flash in the pan. But then I went from flavour of the month, to flavour of the year, to flavour of the decade," he told the news provider.
"Now, at the end of two decades in the business, well maybe I'm not the flavour of anything. I am here to stay."
The next film which Tarantino is expected to direct is Kill Bill: Vol 3, due for release in 2014.