Quentin Tarantino confirms his "revenge trilogy"
Having won a Bafta at the ceremony held on Sunday February 10 in London, Quentin Tarantino gave us the good news that it took some time suggesting something, confirms the preparation of a third film in his "revenge trilogy".
Not Quentin Tarantino has gone mad and he wants revenge on the entire world of cinema by winning a Bafta, but the filmmaker has confirmed in a press conference that there will be a third film related to the topic of his latest film "Django unchainded" and "Inglourious Basterds".
What is the issue related to these three films? Easy, revenge. This is seen in both films in which a character with immense desire for revenge wants to up making to pay his debts the villain of the moment. But his films speak to Tarantino, so much so that they have said to him to make a third film and close the circle of vengeance theme: "This issue asks a trilogy, asks to have a third film. Still have not decided on what".
Although Tarantino has said he does not know how will be the next project, a few months ago he was told that the story of this third film could follow a group of black soldiers mistreated by U.S. forces during the Normandy landings and, subsequently, these avenge them for the humiliation suffered andkilling "a lot of soldiers and white officers at a Swiss military base".
Movie that would be strongly related to the first of all, "Inglourious Basterds" as it will be located temporarily, and obviously, in the time of World War II. In principle this plot, initially, was to be part of "Inglourious Basterds" but it ended up ignoring it to focus more on the main story.
As for the new movie, Tarantino would have already a working title for the film: "I have written most. Is ready, I have only to write the second half ... that would be the third part of the trilogy. Would be connected to 'Inglourious Basterds', because it would be bastards, but would deal with these soldiers. It would call 'Crow Killer' or something".
We will have to wait for him to decide what will be the final title and if his film will end why Tarantino has a certain tradition to leave half-finished trilogies as did "Kill Bill Vol. 3" or "Vega Brothers", a film in which allegedly was to gather the worlds of "Pulp Fiction" and "Reservoir Dogs", uniting the two brothers Vega of both films. But it was not.