When writer/director Quentin Tarantino announced his plans to make "Kill Bill 3" on an Italian talk show back in October, one of the many speculative questions asked was how can they make a "Kill Bill 3" if the titular Bill [spoiler alert!] was killed at the end of "Kill Bill: Vol. 2"? [end spoiler].
MTV News spoke with Tarantino and got him to clarify the situation regarding "Kill Bill Vol. 3."
"Well, it wouldn't be 'Kill Bill' obviously. It would be Volume 3 of the story of the Bride," Tarantino said.
On top of addressing the title issue by saying it’d be called something different, he also revealed it won’t be his next film.
"I won't do that next, but it could very well be the thing I do after next," Tarantino explained.
Tarantino has said in the past he plans to take 10 years off before returning to the adventures of The Bride. The last one came out in 2004, so we're slowly reaching that 10 year mark.
"There's no script, there are just ideas and notes," he said. "We're getting there, we're about one movie away."
So while "Kill Bill Vol. 3," or whatever it will eventually be called, is in the works and will happen sometime (probably by 2014), don't expect it anytime soon. As for what's next from Quentin Tarantino, we'll have to wait and see.
Any thoughts on what the new "Kill Bill" film will be called? Do you think the plot will follow Vernita Green’s daughter getting revenge on The Bride?
More news to come! Catch ya' later!
Sources: First Showing, Screen Rant