Director Quentin Tarantino hints that he might direct ‘Kill Bill 3’ movie

Tarantino said: “It’s not like my next movie. It’s a piece of something else that I’m thinking about doing – and I’m not going to describe what it is.”

Acclaimed director Quentin Tarantino has said that he has “no idea” what his next movie will be nevertheless indicated that he could make another ‘Kill Bill’ movie.

Discussing the possibility at the Rome Film Festival, where he was honoured with a lifetime achievement award, Tarantino said: “Why not?”

The director likewise clarified that he is keen to delve into comedy as he explained an unknown Spaghetti Western project that he is planning, in spite of the fact that he proposed that it probably won’t be a movie, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

Tarantino said: “It’s not like my next movie. It’s a piece of something else that I’m thinking about doing – and I’m not going to describe what it is. But part of this thing, there is supposed to be a Spaghetti Western in it.”

The 58-year-old director whose previous movies include ‘Reservoir Dogs’ and ‘Pulp Fiction’, continued: “I’m looking forward to shooting that (thing) because it’s going to be really fun. Because I want to shoot it in the Spaghetti Western style where everybody’s speaking a different language.”

“The Mexican Bandido is an Italian; the hero is an American; the bad sheriff is a German; the Mexican saloon girl is Israeli. And everybody is speaking a different language.”

Tarantino additionally talked about how he chose to turn into a director when he realised his passion for movie while doing acting classes.

The ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ helmer said: “I realised that, not only did I love movies more than other kids in the class. But I cared about them, whereas I think they only cared about themselves. And the reason why is that I loved movies too much to be an actor.”
“I didn’t just want to appear in them: I wanted the movie to be my movie.”

 

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