‘Kill Bill: Vol. 3’ Update: Will Quentin Tarantino Play His Magic Card Before Retiring Himself?
Will the Hollywood’s famous producer and director Quentin Tarantino ever getting around for the making of “Kill Bill: Vol. 3?” It has been over a decade since the Golden Globe Award winner, Uma Thurman graced the big screen with her character Beatrix Kiddo (or The Bride) in “Kill Bill Vol. 2,” the movie that grossed $25.1 million only on its opening weekend.
Tarantino, who has also directed the movies like “Django Unchained” and “The Hateful Eight,” showed a positive sign for the making of “Kill Bill: Vol. 3” in 2009, but he did the reverse in 2013. Now the 52-year old man is still keeping our hope alive by saying that there is still a possibility.
“I’m not committing to it, but I wouldn’t be surprised if The Bride made one more appearance before the whole thing is said and done. I am talking to Uma about it just a little bit. Some of the stuff that I’d written that never made it into the movie that maybe I could use,” “Kill Bill: Vol. 1” director Tarantino told Variety.
Even though Tarantino is reportedly looking forward to catch up with Elle Driver, Sofie Fatale and other characters, the website reported that he was not initially fascinated in writing or making the third sequel of the “Kill Bill” franchise.
The attempt of MTV News is praiseworthy due to the fact that it has highlighted some notable reasons why we need “Kill Bill: Vol. 3” to happen. This type of media coverage will certainly help Tarantino to fathom the fans’ craze for the third installment and we believe he will make a way out for making the film successful.
“The Bride didn’t even get a real wedding day, let alone one minute to enjoy her marriage. And even though she’s taken out (most of) the people responsible for her matrimonial blues, surely she would know better than to get re-married right? If not, then, who’s the lucky guy/gal?” the outlet questions.
So far, Tarantino has directed nine movies, including “The Hateful Eight” that is still in the theaters. He is said to be very clear about his plans that he will retire after his tenth movie, ScreenRant reports. Hence, the fans are still living with the hope to the possibility of a third sequel of his celebrated “Kill Bill” series.
Do you think Tarantino will open the door for The Bride’s return? Let us know what you think of it.
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