Quentin Tarantino has denied working on Kill Bill: Volume 3, contrary to rumors.
It should be noted that the director had stated earlier in 2019 that he was in discussions with Uma Thurman, who starred in the martial arts franchise, about making a third installment using unused ideas from the first two films. There were rumors that Tarantino would cast Uma’s daughter and actress Maya Hawke in the potential sequel, but in a new interview, the director dispelled those rumors.
“I cannot see it. My most recent film is about a male film critic. “He plays music from the 1970s,” he was quoted as saying. He continued, “I can’t tell you much about it. It has been discussed throughout the years. There was genuine consideration about it occurring, but it was very long ago. I do not see it on the horizon in the near future.”
In the first two installments of Kill Bill, released in 2003 and 2004, Uma’s character swears vengeance against a team of assassins and their leader, Bill, for attempting to kill her and her unborn child.