Quentin Tarantino has revived hopes of a third Kill Bill movie in an interview about his latest movie The Hateful Eight.
While Tarantino remained fairly non-committal about the possibility of a third in the Uma Thurman-fronted series, he does admit he’s gone so far as to speak with the actress in his interview with Variety.
“I’ve been very non-committal about it, and I’m not committing to it, but I wouldn’t be surprised if The Bride made one more appearance before the whole thing is said and done. I’ve been talking to Uma about it just a little bit.
“Some of the stuff that I’ve written and never made it into the movie that maybe I could use and thinking, ‘OK, now, thirteen years later, what would be going on with Sofie Fatale, what would be going on with Elle Driver?'”
The second Kill Bill movie was released eleven years ago, and Tarantino also uses the interview to talk of his own pride in the movies, calling them his “most visionary.”
Tarantino has taken differing stances on the possibility of a third film over the years, including saying that “it’s unlikely” at the launch of Django Unchained, while back in July he said Uma Thurman was keen on the idea.
Watch the Tarantino interview via Variety, below: