Will Tarantino’s last film be Kill Bill 3? Or a spaghetti western?

The director talks about a comedy project in which all the characters will speak a different language.

Quentin Tarantino said and repeated that he wanted stop his career as a director after ten feature films. We thought that Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood would be the last, the interested party having himself affirmed thathe would be delighted to finish on this work, but he has since hinted that it was his ninth film: it works, if you don’t count his scenes from My Best Friend’s Birthday, an unfinished project, and that the two opus of Kill Bill count as one. The filmmaker seems in any case still hesitant about the subject of his ultimate film production.

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Invited to the Rome festival to receive an award from Dario Argento, QT did not escape the question about a potential Kill Bill – Vol. 3, relay Variety : “Why not? But first, I would like to do a comedy. It won’t necessarily be my next movie, more the play of something I’m thinking about, and I won’t describe to you precisely what I have. in mind. But within that ‘something’ there should be spaghetti western. I would really love to shoot that, because it should be really fun. I would like to film in the style of spaghetti westerns where everyone is talking a Different language The Mexican bandido is played by an Italian, the hero is American, the bad sheriff is German, the Mexican girl in the saloon is Israeli … And everyone speaks to each other in a different language. say, ‘Ok, as soon as he’s finished speaking, it’s my turn!’ (laughs). “

Will this idea be used in a TV series instead? We know that for the moment, Quentin Tarantino is devoted to writing: he released a novelization ofOnce Upon a Time … in Hollywood and preparing an essay on the work of film critic. But he also mentioned the possibility of filming a series devoted to fictions filmed by Rick Dalton, the character of Leonardo DiCaprio in Once Upon a Time … Or precisely westerns, the hero of his last film being a star of the small screen who cannot find a big role on the big one. Is it within the framework of this project that Tarantino could parody the style of spaghetti westerns and have fun with this idea of ​​characters all speaking a different language? In that case, he would still have one movie left … other than Kill Bill 3 ? Because even if it ends up turning it, it could very well count as part of the trilogy Kill Bill, and therefore leave him one more feature film to arrive at 10!

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