Quentin Tarantino Will Most Likely Not Move Forward With “Kill Bill Vol.3″

Quentin Tarantino Will Most Likely Not Move Forward With “Kill Bill Vol.3″
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Cinema fanatics everywhere are anxiously awaiting  an announcement from director Quentin Tarantino as to what his next project will be. We Got This Covered had the chance to speak with Tarantino, and from we’ve been told it is very unlikely we will see a Kill Bill Vol. 3.

When the director was asked if we would ever see a sequel to the movie, Tarantino said plainly, “I don’t know if there’s ever going to be a Kill Bill. Vol 3. We’ll see, probably not though.”

Perhaps his work on Django Unchained has inspired him to tackle exclusively original material, as opposed to going back to his older films for ideas. Only time will tell!

Ashton Tyler | Elite.

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