Quentin Tarantino‘s Kill Bill is a 2003 American martial arts film written and directed by him. It stars Uma Thurman as the Bride, who vows vengeance on a group of assassins (Lucy Liu, Michael Madsen, Daryl Hannah, and Vivica A. Fox) and their leader, Bill (David Carradine), when they attempt to murder her and her unborn child. Her quest takes her to Tokyo, where she faces off against the yakuza.
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What Is it all About?
Kill Bill was written by Quentin Tarantino as an homage to grindhouse films such as martial arts films, samurai films, blaxploitation, and spaghetti Westerns. Production I.G. created an animation scene for it. It is the first of two Kill Bill films made in a single production; they were intended to be released together, but due to the film’s length of almost four hours, it was split into two parts. The next year, Volume 2 was issued. On a $30 million budget, Volume 1 grossed almost $180 million.
The Fate of Kill Bill 3
According to People magazine, the 58-year-old Oscar-winning writer and director spoke with host Joe Rogan about how, if another Kill Bill film were created, he would keep casting close to one of the original actors. “I believe it’s simply revisiting the characters twenty years later and just envisioning the Bride and her daughter, Bebe, having 20 years of peace, and then that serenity is broken,” Tarantino said of a third picture. “And now The Bride and Bebe are on the run,” he continued, “and just the concept of being able to cast Uma [Thurman] and her daughter Maya [Hawke] in the thing would be fantastic.”
Quentin Tarantino is doing the rounds of interviews to promote the novelization of his film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and while doing so, he revealed some intriguing details regarding who the writer/director would cast in a third Kill Bill film.
During a 173-minute interview with Joe Rogan on The Joe Rogan Experience, Tarantino acknowledged that he’s still debating whether or not to make Kill Bill 3, a project he’s been thinking about for years.
Uma Thurman played the katana-wielding Bride in the first two Kill Bill films. B.B. debuted in Kill Bill: Volume 2 in 2004 and was played by a young Perla Haney-Jardine. Tarantino’s subsequent comments, on the other hand, imply that he’d cast someone else in the role of B.B. He said, “The thought of being able to cast Uma and her daughter, Maya.”
Tarantino was referring to Maya Hawke, Uma’s real-life daughter with actor Ethan Hawke, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Maya is a well-known actress who is most recognised for her role as the ice cream scooping Robin Buckley in Netflix’s Stranger Things. She also appeared as one of Charles Manson’s followers in Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
Tarantino’s statements hint that Hawke will play B.B., The Bride’s daughter, though he doesn’t say so specifically. That would mean that Thurman and Hawke, who are real-life mother and daughter, would play fictional mother and daughter roles in a storey that would most likely not be as happy as the ending of Kill Bill: Volume 2 suggests, when The Bride (aka Mommy) and B.B. drive out into the sunset together.
Quentin Tarantino has revealed that his next masterpiece will most likely be his final one. However, if he ever decided to do Kill Bill 3 with a specific actress from another series and from the prior set of this film, he might be interested in this part.
Ending Kill Bill 2
Elle comes at Budd’s trailer and murders him with a black mamba that she has hidden with the sword’s money. She contacts Bill and tells him that the Bride has slain Budd and that she, Beatrix Kiddo, has killed the Bride. Beatrix ambushes Elle as she exits the trailer, and the two fight.
Pai’s student Elle taunts Beatrix by disclosing that she poisoned Pai’s favourite food (fish heads) in retaliation for him pulling out her eye after she labelled him “a pathetic old idiot.” Beatrix, enraged, plucks out Elle’s remaining eye and abandons her in the trailer with the black mamba, wailing.
Beatrix meets Esteban Vihaio, a retired pimp in Acua, Mexico, who helps her locate Bill. She follows him to a motel and discovers that their four-year-old daughter B.B. is still alive. Beatrix joins them for the evening. Bill shoots Beatrix with a truth serum dart and interrogates her after she puts B.B. to bed. She adds that she left the Deadly Vipers after learning she was pregnant in order to provide a better life for B.B.
In Acua, Mexico, Beatrix encounters Esteban Vihaio, a retired pimp who assists her in finding Bill. She tracks him down to a motel, where she discovers their four-year-old daughter B.B. is still alive. For the evening, Beatrix joins them. After putting B.B. to bed, Bill shoots Beatrix with a truth serum dart and interrogates her. She goes on to say that she quit the Deadly Vipers after finding out she was pregnant in order to give B.B. a better life.
There’s a lot of speculation about what Tarantino will do with his final film, and he’s even stated that he considers bringing Reservoir Dogs back to finish his career. When Quentin Tarantino stated that he would not stop working on Kill Bill 3, rumours about the cast and plot began to circulate. Zendaya’s broadcast is currently one of the most popular ones. After such a spicy news don’t forget to read more about interesting series and movies on our website.