Quentin Tarantino says that he has no intentions of becoming an “old director,” which means our time seeing new work from the iconic mind behind Pulp Fiction, Inglourious Basterds, and Django Unchained is likely coming to an end. Now that he’s set his ten film cap, the question everyone wants answered is what exactly will Tarantino’s last couple films be about.
He’s basically ruled out Kill Bill 3, but there have been talks of a film to make a trilogy out of Inglourious Basterds and Django Unchained. There’s also the popular rumour of a Pulp Fiction prequel, Vega Brothers.
I was recently at a film festival in Oxford, Mississippi where Roger Avary, Tarantino’s co-writer on Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction, was speaking about his recent screenwriting projects. At one point Avary addressed whether he thought Vega Brothers was ever going to happen. He said he doubts »
- Alex Lowe
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