Quentin Tarantino has just gone and concocted a long list of his favourite songs from his movie soundtracks.
And we cant help but question why he didnt do this any sooner.
The 56-year-old took over Spotifys Film and TV Favourites section where he made his very own playlist for fans to get into the groove of his incredible span of films.
And what a list it is.
From the likes of Kill Bill: Volume 1, the director made sure Chuck Berrys You Never Can Tell hit was straight in there, with Pulp Fictions Apple Blossom, played by The White Stripes, following shortly after.
Dusty Springfields Son Of A Preacher Man also featured alongside ZZ Tops Shes Just Killing Me, from the classic movie From Dusk Til Dawn.
Literally all the anthems.
And while hes been busy putting together the ultimate soundtrack, Tarantino has also been promoting his latest film Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.
Yes, teaming up with Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie, the A-listers turned up in force for the London premiere.
The celebs appeared in high spirits as they graced the red carpet before stopping to chat with Metro.co.uk about the movie.
Opening up about their so called bromance, Brad was keen to chat about his friendship with Leo.
We didnt we actually didnt talk to each other in between takes, he joked before adding: Only as our characters.
He continued: It was pretty automatic for us.
Quentin included, [we] all came on the scene at the same time. We have a lot of the same experiences, a lot of the same reference points.
I got great respect for his choices. I think he does for me. He says he does, anyway. Hes a good actor.
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