The continuing adventures of The Bride. Rumored story has Vernita Green's daughter Nikki Bell seeking revenge on the Bride.
The director added earlier this month that he wanted to give Beatrix some time with her daughter, and give her a lot of time to find peace, which would be reflected in real time, and is one of the reasons a sequel hasn't happened yet. This is all certainly good news for fans of this two-part action saga, since, just a few years ago, the director said he wasn't interested in exploring genres he's already tackled before. Perhaps he changed his mind after directing two Westerns in a row, with Django Unchained and The Hateful Eight, which is currently playing in theaters.
While he stopped short of revealing any specific story details, there are a couple of possibilities that could be explored for Kill Bill 3. You may recall that, in Kill Bill Vol. 1, Vernita Green (Vivica A. Fox) is the first target of Beatrix Kiddo (Uma Thurman). After a brutal fight at Vernita's home, Beatrix kills Vernita, in front of her young daughter, Nikki. Beatrix tells Nikki that if she ever wants revenge for the death of her mother, she'll be waiting.Read More
Ever since Kill Bill Vol. 1 and Kill Bill Vol. 2 were released over ten years ago, fans have been wondering when director Quentin Tarantino will return to finish the story with Kill Bill: Vol. 3. He's always teased that Beatrix Kiddo will return in some capacity. So where is this sequel? According to the man behind this Christmas' The Hateful Eight, it could could very well happen in the far off future. But there's a perfectly good reason why we haven't seen it yet.
The notion here is that Quentin Tarantino's characters live a life of their own outside of his writing. And what Beatrix has been doing these past couple years may not be any of our business. There is no indication that we'll get a backstory as to where she's been and what she's been up to.Read More
For fans of Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill Vol. 1 and Kill Bill Vol. 2 who were hoping to see Kill Bill: Vol. 3 some day, the director reveals in a recent interview that he has no plans to make that sequel at this time.
While he doesn't want to revisit the action/kung fu genre with Kill Bill 3, the filmmaker revealed last month that his next project will be another Western. It certainly won't be a sequel to last year's Django Unchained. But will it be another 'true' American Western? His reference to "Honshu's movies," which are Japanese Westerns, may serve as a hint that his next project is set in Japan, and will hold to that style of filmmaking.Read More