The legendary director replied candidly when asked about Tarantino's vow to retire after his 10th film.
The former New York Giants running back badly fumbled a puzzle that involved Quentin Tarantino on the game show.
“That’s super depressing when I hear that,” said the "Thor" actor. “There goes two of my heroes I won’t work with. I guess they’re not a fan of me.”
The Oscar-winning filmmaker has previously said he plans to retire after making his 10th film — spawning even more anticipation for "The Movie Critic."
The actor said DiCaprio’s role in a popular Quentin Tarantino film reminded him of his own real-life struggles.
“Thank you for letting me be your Django, man,” Foxx told the filmmaker.
The director has long suggested he would stop after 10 movies, which would make this film reportedly set in 1970s Los Angeles his last.
But Sandler was already committed to a project by filmmaker Judd Apatow, who said he wasn't aware Tarantino was trying to book Sandler at that time.
The "Shang-Chi" actor asked the filmmakers not to point their nose at anyone following their criticism of Marvel movies.
The director, who made nine movies with the disgraced producer, spoke about Weinstein during an interview with HBO’s Chris Wallace this week.