Quentin Tarantino's future flick: An airplane thriller!

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  1. Kevin Porter

    Kevin Porter Supporting Actor

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    That's right guys and gals. After Kill Bill comes the Inglorious Bastards trilogy (That's right. 3 scripts have been finished) but after the IB trilogy comes the next (8th?) film from everyone's favorite director (mine at least) Quentin Tarantino: An airplane thriller!!

    That's right. You can read all about in the article
     
  2. David Fisher

    David Fisher Stunt Coordinator

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    This is a red-hot thread! [​IMG]

    What article is this quote from? I'd like to read the rest, if possible. I love the idea of Travolta and Grier working together in a genre flick.

    It's too bad that the Vega Brothers is dead, because I bet that there are some interesting stories to tell in that universe. I'd much rather see a Vega Brother spin-off film than a sequel to Pulp Fiction.
     
  3. Rob Lutter

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    Ooo... Pam Grier back as Jackie Brown? Seeing as it's still my favorite Tarantino flick, that's good news to me! [​IMG][​IMG]
     
  4. David Rogers

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    No, not interested. They'll probably chop the movie for Part Two right as the plane gets off the ground. Eff that.
     
  5. Matt Pelham

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    They could chop it into 20 movies for all I care and I'd still pay to see every one.

    Can't wait!
     
  6. Kachi Khatri

    Kachi Khatri Second Unit

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    John Travolta actually has a pilot license...this should be interesting.

    Bring it on Tarantino!
     

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