An executive producer of "Kill Bill" has brought in tidbits saying plots for two sequels to the film have been formulated.
Though the story of The Bride aka Beatrix Kiddo in "Kill Bill" is perceived to be concluded at the end of the flick, matters of revenge apparently have not been settled yet, and it seems that's what filmmakers of the movie have in mind.
According to CriEnglish.com via Hangzhou's City Express, the film's executive producer E. Bennett Walsh has revealed at the Shanghai International Film Festival that plots have been shaped for two sequels to the kung fu action picture and there is a chance director Quentin Tarantino will return to China to shoot them.
Further, the man claimed the third part would focus on the act of vengeance conducted by two members of the Crazy 88s whose arms and eyes were hacked by The Bride while the fourth would concern a cycle of reprisals and daughters, possibly of Kiddo and Vernita Green, who avenge their mother's deaths.
An epic-length revenge drama with homages to earlier film genres such as Hong Kong martial arts movies and Italian Spaghetti Westerns, "Kill Bill" was originally conceived as one film, but later got released in two separate volumes in Fall 2003 and Spring 2004. It follows The Bride's journey as she takes revenge on those who are responsible for putting her in coma for four years, especially on the titular character, who is also the father of her daughter B.B..