Tarantino: No plans to continue 'Kill Bill'

Tarantino: No plans to continue 'Kill Bill'
Uma Thurman

Quentin Tarantino no longer plans to continue the 'Kill Bill' franchise.

The 49-year-old director – who helmed, wrote and starred in the first two movies in the series in 2003 and 2004 – had previously wanted to produce a third instalment of the thriller franchise, but he now says the motion picture will "probably not" happen.

When asked if 'Kill Bill Volume 3' is still in the pipeline, he told We Got This Covered: "I don't know if there's ever going to be a 'Kill Bill Vol. 3.' We’ll see, probably not though."

Quentin had previously revealed he wanted 'Kill Bill Volume 3' to focus on two members of the Crazy 88 squad who have lost their eyes and arms in a fight against The Bride , the main character of the movie series portrayed by Uma Thurman.

The filmmaker then had plans for 'Kill Bill Volume 4' to tell the story of the daughters of Beatrix Kiddo – primarily known as The Bride - and Vernita Green (Vivica A. Fox) as they aim to avenge their mothers.

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