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Ever since Kill Bill Vol. 1 and Kill Bill Vol. 2 hit theaters a few months apart in 2003 and 2004, fans have been clamoring for director Quentin Tarantino to revisit this beloved classic with Kill Bill: Vol. 3. While there are no official plans in the works for this long-awaited follow-up, the director recently told Variety, while doing press for The Hateful Eight, that he may in fact revisit his beloved character The Bride/Beatrix Kiddo (Uma Thurman) at some point in the future. Quentin Tarantino admitted that he wasn't always keen on the idea of going back for another sequel, but now he has changed his tune.
"I've been very non-committal about it. 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 (Thurman) about it just a little bit. Some of »
“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,” he said during a recent interview as part of our “Contenders Conversations” series. “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.”
Although Tarantino is now looking forward to catching up with Sofie Fatale, Elle Driver and other characters, he wasn’t initially interested in writing or helming a third installment: “I felt I »
- Maane Khatchatourian
Ever since Kill Bill Vol. 1 and Kill Bill Vol. 2 were released over ten years ago, fans have been wondering when director Quentin Tarantino will return to finish the story with Kill Bill: Vol. 3. He's always teased that Beatrix Kiddo will return in some capacity. So where is this sequel? According to the man behind this Christmas' The Hateful Eight, it could could very well happen in the far off future. But there's a perfectly good reason why we haven't seen it yet.
Where has The Bride been this past decade? Taking a rest, of course. She certainly deserved a long one after everything that happened to her in the first two movies. Tarantino explains that the idea is to pick back up with the story in real time. However many years has passed on our plain of existence will be the same for Kiddo. And because of that, it's »
While we’re not yet allowed to expand on our thoughts when it comes to Quentin Tarantino‘s The Hateful Eight, its placement on our December preview should tell you everything you need to know before our official review is posted. As we still await the full list of theaters showing the snowy western in 70mm, today we have a number of (mostly spoiler-free) pieces to notch up the anticipation to even greater level.
First up, and most substantial, the director recently sat down with Ben Mankiewicz for an extensive one-hour conversation in which they discuss all things Tarantino. Beginning with talk about The Hateful Eight, Tarantino compares the 70mm experience versus the digital (which he notes might be more intense, as there’s no intermission). They also discuss the intriguing casting, as there are few major A-list stars in the ensemble, perhaps aside from a cameo.
Segueing into Jackie Brown, »
- Jordan Raup
During the panel, Tarantino announced that legendary film composer Ennio Morricone will write the score for “Hateful Eight,” marking his first Western score in 40 years. Morricone is best known for his innovative music for the spaghetti Westerns, particularly “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.”
The director was joined by the main cast members who make up the titular “Eight,” minus Samuel L. Jackson, who provided the voiceover for one of the videos presented during the panel. Kurt Russell, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Tim Roth and Bruce Dern were among those from the cast attending the discussion.
“Quentin has greatest attention to detail as any director who ever lived,” Dern said. “If he had a rival it would only be Luchino Visconti.”
Never one to hesitate to speak his mind, Tarantino used the »
- Marianne Zumberge and Stuart Oldham
5 items from 2015
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