The action flick presented by Quentin Tarantino is reportedly going to be made into a trilogy.
Premiering at Sundance on January 22 to a sold-out crowd, words of sequel are circulating for "Hell Ride". According to ShockTillYouDrop.com, people involved in the action thriller have already talking about the possibility of the film's sequel.
When asked about the possibility of the movie becoming a trilogy, Larry Bishop, who has triple role in the revenge tale as the film's writer, director and actor, didn't directly give out answer. He sat back, raised his eyebrows, smiled and then said, "Absolutely."
Earlier, the actor who portrayed 'The Gent' Michael Madsen told ShockTillYouDrop.com, "I hope this is going to be a trilogy." He then added, "The Gent's story has not been completely told."
In the meantime, "Hell Ride" itself is a story about bad-ass biker Pistolero who along with The Gent and Comanche, hit the road to avenge the death of Pistolero's wife. The movie is being released under the "Quentin Tarantino Presents" banner and also features Dennis Hopper, Vinnie Jones and Eric Balfour.