“Kill Bill” saw the Bride taking on her enemies and not just defeating them straight up but also almost massacring them. Fans also got a second volume since there was so much to tell when it comes to The Bride’s story, but now that it has been a significant time, fans wonder if there will ever be a third chapter or not. Following Quentin Tarantino’s comments about a possible “Kill Bill: Vol. 3,” here are 3 reasons why we think fans do deserve to see a third part:
- 1. MTV noted that back in the day, Quentin Tarantino stated that another project in the franchise would need 10 years in the making and now that 10 years have passed, the issue of “Kill Bill: Vol. 3” has been brought up again. Since recently Quentin Tarantino did not outright reject the project nor did he confess to making it, he did say that he and Uma Thurman are discussing the project. With the combined genius minds of Tarantino and Thurman, fans should look forward to hearing something about it.
- 2. Many might know that The Bride had taken out almost all of the people responsible for her not even getting a bright wedding day. So it is about time the Bride gets to see some sunshine as story of her personal life takes off on a good start. After all the killing and assassinations, she wouldn’t really be looking so soon to do more of that.
- 3. Showing more of the equation between the Bride and Sofie Fatale. Last we know the Bride cut off Sofie’s hand, so surely she must have revenge in her mind. Even though Sofie did not die at the hands of the Bride, this would be an epic battle fans could look forward to.
Besides this, Quentin Tarantino had also shared a little detail about the title of the movie and stated that the third volume might not be called “Kill Bill” and would rather be focused more on the story of the Bride.
Indie Wire reported that Quentin has been stirring up the rumor mills surrounding a third part in the franchise yet again, as he mentioned that a third part is a possibility and not yet a probability. Fans of the franchise surely must be waiting for the Bride to strike again.
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