Now that Adam Levine is on TV every week as a coach on The Voice, could the silver screen be next? Could be, the Maroon 5 frontman tells The New York Times. "Other things have started to come up in movieland, things I can’t discuss, but I don’t know how I feel about pursuing it," he says. "I live my life on an opportunity-by-opportunity basis, where I don’t really know where I’m going; I just enjoy the process of getting there." One movie opportunity that Adam would definitely be interested in, though, is making a film with Quentin Tarantino, the Oscar-winning director who brought you Pulp Fiction, Inglourious Basterds, Reservoir Dogs, Kill Bill and more. Most of Tarantino's movies feature outrageous, over-the-top violence, and Adam -- for some reason -- wants a piece of that action. "It has always been a dream of mine to be in a Quentin Tarantino movie," he tells the Times. "And I would like to let him know through this article that I’d like to be in the movie for 17 1/2 minutes, and he can bloody me up as much as he wants. He can kill me really gruesomely. I’d be totally fine with that." Speaking of violence, the Times asks Adam if he thinks he could take fellow coach Blake Shelton in a fair fight, "no hair pulling, no eye gouging." Adam's response? "Physically, he has the edge, clearly...but I’m not sure he has the warrior spirit...I think maybe I’d be able to edge him out with sheer will." But, Adam added, “It would be extremely difficult.”