Quentin Tarantino has ruled himself out of directing a new James Bond movie, despite saying he'd love the 007 director's gig, and has also said he'd be unlikely to do another 'Kill Bill' movie.
Tarantino revealed at the Toronto premiere of new movie 'Django Unchained' that Bond producers had missed out on nabbing him as director as they didn't give him the opportunity of helming 'Casino Royale'.
The 'Jackie Brown' director said: "I don’t know if there’s ever going to be a Kill Bill Vol. 3. We’ll see, probably not though."
The two 'Kill Bill' followed the character of 'The Bride', a lethal assassin wronged by her boss, Bill, who goes on a lethal revenge spree. Tarantino had hinted in the past that a new movie might feature the daughters of one of the other assassins killed by 'The Bride' taking revenge on her.
He also told We Got This Covered that he wouldn't direct Bond after a snub from producers, saying: "Casino Royale was the one I wanted to direct, they [the producers] missed their opportunity."
Tarantino's latest movie 'Django Unchained', starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Jamie Foxx will open in the UK on 18 January.
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