Quentin Tarantino talks Kill Bill 3 and Bond

News Glen Chapman 13 Dec 2012 - 07:38
Quentin Tarantino

It seems as though two projects have been crossed off Quentin Tarantino's slate, including a third Kill Bill outing

With a select few in the US having seen Django Unchained already and the wide release imminent, Quentin Tarantino has been on the publicity trail in support of its release. And in an In an interview with We Got This Covered, it seems as though Tarantino has ruled out the possibility of revisiting the Kill Bill story, as he's once suggested he would.

“I don't know if there's ever going to be a Kill Bill Vol 3", he said. "We'll see. Probably not though.”

Previously, Tarantino had hinted that the film could see the daughter of Vernita Green seeking revenge against the Bride, which would certainly be an interesting set up. Still, I'm sure most fans could do without a third instalment if it meant the release of Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair instead.

In the interview, Tarantino also spoke of the possibility of him directing a Bond movie. He famously wanted to do Casino Royale but was passed over, and he's now said simply that “...they missed their opportunity.”

Given the finite number of movies that Tarantino is set to make, keeping him off franchise films is no bad thing though, we'd argue.

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“...they missed their opportunity.”....thank god!

'They missed their opportunity'..... Yup, and they had to settle for one of - if not the - best Bond films ever made. I'm sure they're gutted!

Like his movies, never much liked the man. This is a good example of why.

Can you imagine it? "And you are Mr?" "Bond, James Motherf*&^er Bond"

You know Tarantino would've cast Samuel L Jackson as Q

Good. I love Kill Bill, but I always thought the idea of Vol.3 was over-egging the pudding a bit.

What an anti-climactic article

The whole bloody affair was released in the states this year, only for the select few who went and saw the entire 4 hr 2 mins version shown over the course of a weekend. This version has made it to peer to peer sites.

That's good news all round. Not only knowing when enough KB is enough, but knowing that a director who thinks he's the most important thing about a film is never going to get Bond.

Even if the producers wanted Tarantino for a Bond film they wouldn't have been able to hire him in 2006: he was not a member of the Directors Guild at the time and per Guild labour agreements Eon Productions can only hire Guild Members to Act/ Direct/ Write their films...So as much as he likes to talk about how they snubbed him for the position it was his only decision to not join the Guild that would have put a stop on any serious conversations

"They missed their opportunity..", yeah....a-hahaha!...

Before long he may realize that he has, basically, one trick - he does it really well and people want to see him do his cartoon thing again and again - for now: but that doesn't mean his touch is sophisticated enough to take on a Bond movie and not make it look like a bad joke.
A Bond...I mean, come on. I bet the Bond camp have this quote pinned to their notice board with, "Crazy", written under it.
His own silliness has gone to his head. A time must surely come when he holds a press conference and, with a straight face, announces his planned crack at, 'The Brothers Karamazov'...

Delusional.

i would love to see a kill bill 3 with sum new kickass revenge

The new James Bond films are all rubbish, they don't fit what James Bond is about!! The new James Bond is now become a superhero with all these matrix type moves and situations he now get into.....way to over the top…..they should have just called the films from casino royale and on something else and not had anything to do with James Bond.

Tarantino's 007:

Brad Pitt as Bond
Harvey Kartell as Q
Christoph Waltz or Bruce Willis as the Villain
Samuel Jackson somewhere in there!

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