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Tarantino hints he's working on Kill Bill 3

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Vengeance, according to Klingon proverb, is a dished best served three times.

Well at least it is if you happen to be one Quentin Tarantino, who, mere weeks away from the release of his latest bloody western The Hateful Eight, has teased us with the prospect of Kill Bill Vol. 3.

Speaking to What The Flick!?, the director said the third film is“definitely is a possibility”, adding: “I put the character of Beatrix Kiddo through a lot, and so I wanted her to have this much time for peace. The whole idea [behind the wait between films] was everybody would be as old as they are.”

Which is likely a reference to Vernita Green’s daughter - knee-high as she walked into the kitchen and saw Uma Thurman’s Bride standing over the body of her slain mother in the 2003 film - and a revenge plot thread QT has previously stated he’d be interested in exploring.

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It would certainly make a nice twist while continuing the themes of the first two films. But given he culled half of his acting troupe in the first two volumes, including the titular character, he doesn't have much of a choice.

What do you think? Happy to see more or think Tarantino should choose a new project? Let us know below. 

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