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Tarantino On The Kill Bill Sequel
Exclusive: don't hold your breath.

12 January 2010  |  Written by Helen O'Hara  

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With the cordite aftertaste of Inglourious Basterds still in our mouths, we have started to wonder what Quentin Tarantino's going to do next. With rumours that he's planning a "Southern", a Western set in America's Deep South, or a remake of the Shaw Brothers' Come Drink With Me, what can Tarantino tell us about his own plans? Well, it seems that anyone telling you that they know what he's got coming up is on shaky ground, because he hasn't started work on it yet.

“I can't talk about it,” he said. “I can't tell you, I've got to start writing it first.” However, he did suggest that is a grain of truth in rumours that the film after the next one will be the third volume of The Bride's adventures. “[After Kill Bill Vol 2] I said I would do Kill Bill 3 ten years from now,” he grinned. “And we're not there yet!”

That will, of course, come in 2014, so he's got five years to fill between now and then - and judging by his history, whatever has been rumoured will either turn up in ten years time or not at all. For more from QT, check out our Damon Wise's report from his most recent outing to London here.


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Again!
2 were enough. He needs to take a new direction... More

Posted by nybras at 11:26 on 18 January 2010 | Report This Post

hmmph!
Q.T is laughing at us all. He is Shockingly overated. Inglorious was actually better than I thought it would be, but still really bad. That Hitler fella seemed pretty easy to kill, they should have just killed him sooner I reckon. If critics and punters keep pretending to love his work then he is gonna keep getting away with it. If u are honest kill bill was an overacted mess, deathproof and planet terror were just awful! I enjoy his ideas but the finished article is usually terrible. But he see More

Posted by elsquig at 11:22 on 14 January 2010 | Report This Post

Pulp Christmas
Actually, Empire, it's 2010, so 2014 is FOUR years away, not five. I won't hold my breath for this one, the Kill Bill movies were a bit of a mess and not Tarantino at his best. I'd love to see a Tarantino Christmas movie, it would be a real bloodbath and an antidote to all those saccharine Santa Claus movies. More

Posted by BenTramer at 19:53 on 13 January 2010 | Report This Post

RE: He's such a prick tease
Yeah what happenned with that? Anyway, I'm looking forward to this. Shame Kill Bill Volume 2 was dissapointing... More

Posted by robwillphill at 19:38 on 13 January 2010 | Report This Post

Wonder if he'd fancy a shot at Spiderman..?
Would be good if he did! More

Posted by LustForLeith at 14:09 on 13 January 2010 | Report This Post

He's such a prick tease
Nevermind all that, how about a uncut version of Kill Bill that i'm sure was promised some time ago? More

Posted by Leeorami 2.0 at 09:42 on 13 January 2010 | Report This Post

RE: Where is the Vaga Brothers!??
Sort out a slasher film QT. That genre needs an injection of originality baaaad. More

Posted by CORLEONE at 09:13 on 13 January 2010 | Report This Post

Where is the Vaga Brothers!??
Come on QT! before Travolta and Madsen get TOO fat!! More

Posted by arkhams_finest at 22:04 on 12 January 2010 | Report This Post

RE: Tarantino On The Kill Bill Sequel
I was hoping for news on a DVD release of The Whole Bloody Affair. More

Posted by paul.mccluskey at 18:22 on 12 January 2010 | Report This Post

I wish he would do Modesty Blaise. He's supposed to be a huge fan of this overlooked adventure series. Travolta is reading the book when he dies in Pulp Fiction and Tarantino produced a low budget if reasonable prequel some years back so he wouldn't lose the rights. More

Posted by bagrot1 at 16:27 on 12 January 2010 | Report This Post

please
hurry 2014, i'm in need to see another QT film. More

Posted by TheBeatles1 at 16:16 on 12 January 2010 | Report This Post

Exclusive?
I read that on Total Films website way before Christmas More

Posted by chris wootton at 16:14 on 12 January 2010 | Report This Post

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