Is Quentin Tarantino going to make 11 films? An investigation
Tarantino is a filmmaking enigma.
We’ve been trying to keep up with the maverick director and all the promises he makes, but it’s proving tricky – and exciting. The director has now hinted at the rumblings of a third and final Kill Bill movie.
The gory director is already planning to move from film to theatre (though it looks like he may put that on hold for a while).
In the past, he’s said he will only ever make ten films and then he’s out. Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood stands as his ninth film, meaning there’s room for one more.
For now, we’re just ignoring his whole “I just think I've given all I have to give to movies." We know his Star Trek meets Pulp Fiction creation he’s hinted at for years has a script. And now the director has also started chatting about a possible third Kill Bill movie.
During a podcast titled ‘Happy Sad Confused’, the man revealed that "Me and Uma [Thurman] have talked about it recently, frankly, to tell you the truth. I have thought about it a little further.
"We were talking about it literally last week. If any of my movies were going to spring from my other movies, it would be a third Kill Bill."
“Thought about it a little further” you say? Are we going to get a Star Trek movie and a third Kill Bill before Tarantino moves onto plays?
If you’ve seen both movies, you may be scratching your head on what a third movie could be about, obviously *spoiler* Bill was killed at the end of vol.2.
There’s a few ideas floating around about what vol.3 could have in store. Ladbible theoried the following which we quite like:
“Remember when The Bride killed Vernita Green (played by Vivica A. Fox) in her own house? Well, that murder was witnessed by Green's young daughter. Thurman's character subsequently said to the little girl: "When you grow up, if you still feel raw about it, I'll be waiting."
Who knows with this man, one moment he’s hinting at Star Trek scripts, then he’s not, then he’s talking to Uma Thurman, he’s tricky to pin down.