See what Quentin Tarantino had to say about the rumours...
Quentin Tarantino can do no wrong. He's been at the helm of some of our favourite movies of all time: Reservoir Dogs, Inglourious Basterds, Pulp Fiction, and let's not forget Kill Bill. So imagine our excitement when we heard that the director extraordinaire might be planning a Kill Bill Vol. 3?
Appearing on What The Flick?! to discuss his upcoming movie The Hateful Eight, Tarantino addressed the rumours of another Kill Bill movie, saying it was 'a possibility - [I'll] stop short of saying a probability'.
Calling it 'probably my most visionary movie', Tarantino said he loved the alternate universe of Beatrix Kiddo, in which 'they actually have samurai sword holders on aeroplanes where the cup holder would be and that's all good and everyone accepts it'.
But where would Beatrix be? Tarantino hints that the script would jump forward in time to give the protagonist a little quality time with her daughter.
'I wanted her to have this much time for peace,' he said. 'I wanted her to have some time with her daughter and not have to be in the genre-machine. She could actually enjoy her life for a while.'
Uma Thurman and Quentin have worked on several hit movies together, so we can't imagine her saying no to the project - so for now, we'll assume it is definitely happening. Yay.
Watch Quentin discussing his new movie - and his possible future movie - below...
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