- Hollywood bigshot, Quentin Tarantino, confirmed Kill Bill: Volume 3 will be going ahead with production
- Uma will still be playing the lead role and Bill has been cooking up another exciting storyline for her to deliver on
-There is still some work to do but Kill Bill: Volume 3 is definitely on its way
For all those who are Kill Bill fans, Quentin Tarantino has confirmed that the third movie is definitely on the cards. This will be in preparation for his 10th and final film.
The director, aged 56, spoke to Andy Cohen on SiriusXM Radio, revealing that he has already spoken with Uma Thurman about ideas he already has. He said they spent an evening at a Japanese restaurant where they enjoyed each other’s company, boasting about each other.
Briefly.co.za learnt that he explained that he does not want to just come up with some impractical adventure because Uma does not deserve that. He went on to say that The Bride has come a long way through ups and downs and he has an idea that will be very interesting.
Tarantino said that it will not be something that will happen quickly, he is looking at approximately three years from now, but he assures us that it is on the cards.
This amazing director’s journey began with Reservoir Dogs back in 1992. It was at this time that he said he would quit after completing his 10th movie. His amazing line-up consists of movies like Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, Kill Bill: Volume 1 and 2, Deathproof, Inglorious Bastards, Django Unchained, The Hateful Eight and Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.
Even though one would say Once Upon A Time In Hollywood would be counted as his tenth film, the two Kill Bill volumes are generally seen as one movie.
There is talk that Tarantino is eager to produce a Star Trek film, which he did give confirmation about to Empire magazine, that should he decide to direct a movie of the genre, it would be R-rated. He has had discussions with JJ Abrams regarding the project. It would have to be approved by Paramount as they own the rights to the Star Trek franchise.
In his discussion with Empire, Tarantino said that theirs is an existing script, but he has not had the time to weigh in on it.