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Volume 3 and beyond


#1

I haven’t heard much about it but has been speculated. If anyone knows anything about the Volumes to come trop a line down for me.


#2

in qt’s interview with maxim a while back, he said at first that he couldn’t imagine doing a third film, but by the end of the interview, he said that he would like to do a third installment that took place farther in the future. but i think it is still WAY too early to tell.


#3

Fuck that, I want to see something that shows the stuff we never got to see, like Yuki’s Revenge and the other shit with Da Moe and Bill at the casino. That would be grrreeeaaattt! :smiley:


#4

I think it would be an awesome idea if a cartoon team like the one who does samuria jack and do a maxi series on HBO of a bunch stories that happen in the world Kill bill takes place in.


#5

QT just mentioned the possibilty of doing a sequel that would deal with little Vernita Green’s daughter’s revenge on the Bride, after she’s grown up.


#6

Oh no, please don’t do this. Sequels are mostly bullshit and Tarantino is not the right director for sequels. A good idea would be a full anime movie of this story, but not a real movie. Volume 2 is the royal ending, the masterpiece (I hope).


#7

[quote]QT just mentioned the possibilty of doing a sequel that would deal with little Vernita Green’s daughter’s revenge on the Bride, after she’s grown up.[/quote]

That would be a lame sequel. A bad story.


#8

I completely agree





However Tarantino if your reading this then please e-mail me as I’d love a part in it :wink:


#9

Still to mention, that Bill is dead at the end of part 2, so there won’t be another movie called “Kill Bill part whatsoever”…


#10

I will kill myself if a volume three is added. Sequels are horrible, end of story.


#11

[quote]Oh no, please don’t do this. Sequels are mostly bullshit and Tarantino is not the right director for sequels. [/quote]

Oh, course, and you know this because all the sequels that QT has directed were fucking terrible… ::slight_smile:


#12

What sequels?


#13

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Oh, course, and you know this because all the sequels that QT has directed were fucking terrible…  ::slight_smile:

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Tarantino is an innovative director, and makes movies with fun and not only on money-making, so he’s not the man for sequels.


#14

[quote]What sequels?[/quote]
will you look at this poor man

what sequels? hahahha ::slight_smile:


#15

Ok, next time I’ll better read the entire thread… ::slight_smile:


#16

Yes, you shouldn’t be so Fast, Eddie? See? See? Because I used your name in a clever pun? God, I’m incrediby witty.



Anyhow, I’ll say this again: I do not want a sequel from QT. Ever.


#17

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Oh, course, and you know this because all the sequels that QT has directed were fucking terrible…  ::slight_smile:

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^^^Is everyone's sarcasm detector off today or something?

#18

I’m just saying that QT has so much material that he shouldn’t start remaking his same crap.


#19

[quote]QT just mentioned the possibilty of doing a sequel that would deal with little Vernita Green’s daughter’s revenge on the Bride, after she’s grown up.[/quote]

I think he just said that to demonstrate the breadth of the Kill Bill universe and to expand on the “revenge is a forest” theme. I don’t think he’s seriously considering a sequel. In fact, in the same article, I recall reading about Uma expressing little interest in reprising the bride character.



You might need QT to make a Kill Bill movie, but you’d still have an easier time doing it without him than without Uma.


#20

Here it’s in the Maxim rather than the Rolling Stone that I read at my job, so I’ll just copy it here:

[quote]
“Exactly which heads Tarantino blows off next remains to be seen. one potential post-Bill project could be directing his WWII “bunch-of-guys-on-a-mission” script Inglorious Bastards, which he also sees as being two, or possibly even three, movies. Alternatively, the director says, he may make a smaller movie, possibly an Italian-influenced horror film.



Fans of the Bride, however, shouldn’t hold their breath waiting for her return.



“Certainly, if you’d asked me at the end of shooting I’d have said, ‘Over my dead body’” says Thurman.



Then again…



Whenever I’ve thought about the Bride, I’ve alwasy thought about a trilogy in 10 year increments,” Tarantino says. “I want her to have some peace. But something happens every 10 years for her to pick up that sword. Now, do I think that we’ll get together in 10 years’ time and do it all over? right now I can’t for see that, because this was soooo hard.”



“But have you heard the last of the Bride?” muses Tarantino, grinning. “I’m sure you haven’t.”"[/quote]

Still, I think this holds as little water as the rumors of Pulp Fiction sequels that Jackson started.



The specific mentioning of Nikki Green exacting revenge on The Bride must have been in QT’s Rolling Stone interview.