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Kill Bill Vol. 3?

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It took Quentin Tarantino about six years after JACKIE BROWN before he could get KILL BILL, VOL. 1 into theaters and in between there were rumors of all kinds of projects (VEGA BROTHERS? INGLORIOUS BASTARDS? FORTY LASHES?) that never came to be. So take this with a grain of salt but... Mr. Tarantino himself spoke to Empire Magazine in Britain and said he wouldn't be opposed to finding a way to continue the KILL BILL legacy. He told the magazine, in an interview to run in next month's issue, that he's considering two different spin-offs for the KILL BILL franchise. "I’ve been thinking about revisiting the story in a couple of ways,” says Tarantino. One would be a prequel to the Bill character, telling how he came to be and the other would follow Nikki, the daughter of Vernita Green who saw her mother get killed. Both had the possibility of being animated a la the O-Ren sequence from KILL BILL, VOL. 1. But there are no set plans for what Tarantino will do next and time will only tell if it's one of these films or any of the films rumored above. Or some other top secret project that we've never even heard of?... KILL BILL, VOL. 2 hits theaters on April 16th.

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No wonder there's only 25 views:

http://xixax.com/viewtopic.php?t=5904
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No wonder there's only 25 views:

http://xixax.com/viewtopic.php?t=5904


Sorry, I didn't see it as unread, so that's why I missed it, still, this will hunt me for the rest of my life.

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Another possibility for Tarantino? James Bond.

"Wouldn't it be great to have a James Bond movie that didn't cost $115 million and only cost $40 million or something like that?" he asks. "You know it's going to make its money back, and we [would] all do good. Maybe we win the critics this time, then you're back in business the way you were before."

He’s hoping to adapt Casino Royale (which has already been filmed – as a comedy starring Peter Sellers and Woody Allen) as the final Pierce Brosnan Bond film. "They've got this gigantic franchise, they can't do anything wrong with it. Pierce Brosnan's only going to do one more movie for them, if that, so if he stayed on to do one more with me, let's just this one year go my way and do it a little differently. I won't do anything that will ruin the series."
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Tarantino To Make 'Kill Bill' Animation (not a repeat)

Maverick director Quentin Tarantino is planning an animated prequel to his Kill Bill movies - to show the early life of the deadly assassin. The film will be drawn in the Japanese manga style already seen in Kill Bill Volume 1 and will focus on the three men - pimp Estebian Vihaio and martial arts masters Hattori Hanzo and Pei Mai - who turned Bill into a ruthless killer. The Oscar-winning writer and director will write and produce the film. Tarantino has also speculated that he could return to Kill Bill's world in 15 years time to follow the daughter of a character killed in the first film. The popular filmmaker - who took five years off after directing Jackie Brown to return to the screen with the violent revenge saga - is next set to direct a segment of Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller's comic book adaptation Sin City.

i don't think this Sin City thing is a good idea. but i guess if it means more shit from tarantino to come, who gives a fuck.

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TARANTINO LOOKS AHEAD
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Another possibility for Tarantino? James Bond.

"Wouldn't it be great to have a James Bond movie that didn't cost $115 million and only cost $40 million or something like that?" he asks. "You know it's going to make its money back, and we [would] all do good. Maybe we win the critics this time, then you're back in business the way you were before."

He’s hoping to adapt Casino Royale (which has already been filmed – as a comedy starring Peter Sellers and Woody Allen) as the final Pierce Brosnan Bond film. "They've got this gigantic franchise, they can't do anything wrong with it. Pierce Brosnan's only going to do one more movie for them, if that, so if he stayed on to do one more with me, let's just this one year go my way and do it a little differently. I won't do anything that will ruin the series."

Sorry Guys, I didn't see that this information was already posted by Mac.
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Another possibility for Tarantino? James Bond.


This is such a perfect fit in many ways. I've come to the realization that Tarantino will be as mature as 15 year old with the projects he does for the rest of his life so him taking on the biggest and right now, lamest, franchise only makes me happy because he will bring excitement to it. I absolutely love Bond but have puked over his last 3 films and puke everytime Tarantino tries to do something mature and artistic (Jackie Brown). Its even better that Tarantino wants Brosnan because with Brosnan's potential, he's the very best Bond, matching charm and wit with the looks to boot. His Bond movies have just sucked excluding Goldeneye and parts of Tomorrow Never Die. Connery was too stiff and Moore was unappealing physically.

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Tarantino was recently on Los Angeles radio station KROQ for a great interview about Kill Bill and future projects (Windows Media Player):

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3
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It was really funny listening to it, even if there's really nothing new on it, Quentin is just a great speaker. And what a way to end an interview...  :lol:
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I would actually like to see Tarantino do another smaller original film like PF or RD (or TR) before he does a James Bond movie or a war epic like Inglorious Bastards. Kinda to get back to his roots before he moves on.
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^^ he said he wants to....with johnny depp
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So Inglorious Bastards is next then?

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0361748/

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i'm listening to the Charlie Rose interview:

New York, April 22, 2004
Quentin Tarantino Discusses `Kill Bill' Films: Charlie Rose

http://charlierose.com/archives/archive.shtm

he says that IB is some of the best stuff that he's written, but he can't end it.

if this was already linked earlier just ignore it.
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Bond Producers May Make 'Casino Royale' Themselves

On the heels of recent speculation that Quentin Tarantino was considering the possibility of remaking the James Bond thriller Casino Royale with Pierce Brosnan in the starring role, published reports in the U.K. now indicate that Eon Productions, which has produced the Bond films for MGM, has decided to make Casino Royale on its own -- without the involvement of either Tarantino or Brosnan. The original film version of the Bond novel was actually a spoof starring numerous actors playing Bond "in disguise," including David Niven, Peter Sellers, and Woody Allen. However, the actual "Casino Royale is a very interesting choice because it was probably [Bond creator Ian] Fleming's most literary work," Andrew Lycett, Fleming's biographer, told the London Sunday Times.
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Bond Producers May Make 'Casino Royale' Themselves


Slap in the F-U-C-K-I-N-G face to Tarantino who prolly was the first person to make the producers aware Casino Royale hadn't yet even been adapted into a normal Bond film.

 

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