Pulp Fiction Sequel To Go Ahead

Tarantino plans to reunite cast for follow-up

by Willow Green |
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Currently on fire as Kill Bill tears up the London box office, Quentin Tarantino has revealed that he may soon turn his talent to a sequel film for his most impressive work, Pulp Fiction. Talking to New Zealand's Aotearoa News, Tarantino bemoaned the death of his previously-mooted prequel project, The Vega Brothers but indicated that the characters may yet live on in sequel form. "[The Vega Brothers] is something I always planned on doing, but other projects took precedence. Ten years on, John Travolta's getting older, Michael's getting older. I don't think they'd even want to do it. Not that that's the last hope audiences have of seeing more of Vic or Vincent Vega. There's an idea I have a Pulp Fiction follow-up. Sequels generally suck, so it's nothing I want to rush into. But Bottom line the studio wants it, the fans want it. I'm sure I can compromise somewhere. It'd be my way of apologizing for never getting Vega Brothers off the ground I guess." The fact that both Vega brothers have been riddled with bullets at one time or another does not deter the director, who plans to press on regardless of the laws of mortal life and causality. "We could get John, we could get Michael, and we could get Sam and Tim... everyone back. It would be interesting to see whatever happened to Jules and his plans to 'walk the earth'. Hey, just having Michael and John in the same frame would be great. They're great. But that said, I got to write such a thing." We'd donate vital organs to see it but something tells us we shouldn't hold our breath.

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