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What Quentin Tarantino Has in Mind for 'Kill Bill 3'

October 02, 2009 08:37:16 GMT

When paying a visit to an Italian TV show, the director of 'Inglourious Basterds' promises, 'The Bride will fight again!' before adding that it will happen ten years after 'Kill Bill 2'.


What Quentin Tarantino Has in Mind for 'Kill Bill 3'
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There will be another "Kill Bill" heading into the big screen as confirmation of a third movie to be developed has come from director Quentin Tarantino himself. During a recent interview in an Italian TV show, the filmmaker revealed that he indeed has plan to do "Kill Bill 3", exclaiming "The Bride will fight again!"

Tarantino further stated that the movie won't be happening soon because he wants "ten years to pass from the second one to the third one." Asked about the reason behind the wait, he mentioned that he has two reasons. "One, I think me and Uma [Thurman] needed a ten year break," the Academy Award-winning director began explaining.

"And the second one, I love the character and I think she deserves ten years of peace," he continued on the other reason he had in mind. "She deserves ten years of no fighting, she deserves ten years with her child Beebe. I put her through a lot in those first two movies and I just want her to have a nice peaceful life for ten years."

BadTaste.it has posted the video that contains part of the Quentin Tarantino interview. The "Kill Bill 3" part comes in around the 5:55 minute mark.

The original "Kill Bill" was initially conceived as one film, but it was then released in two separate 'volumes' in late 2003 and early 2004. It follows the character called "The Bride" who was once part of a group of world class female assassins. Awakened from coma after her group leader and the other assassins turn against her years earlier, she seeks bloody revenge. Uma Thurman stars.



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