Quentin Tarantino says there's a "possibility" he'll make a third 'Kill Bill' movie.
The acclaimed director has revealed he'd be keen to reunite with actress Uma Thurman to make another martial arts movie in the series, although no firm plans are in place at this stage.
Asked whether he'd want to make another 'Kill Bill' movie', the 52-year-old filmmaker told What The Flick: "There is definitely a possibility, [I'll] stop short of saying a probability.
"For one reason in particular: Uma and me would have a really good time working together again."
This comes shortly after Samuel L. Jackson revealed he had to convince Tarantino to make his new movie 'The Hateful Eight'.
The Hollywood star suggested the movie would never have been made if it wasn't for his intervention.
Asked if the rumours about his input in the film were true, Samuel said: "Totally. I mean, there was no way we could read the script and sit there and not make the movie.
"I guess selfishly I look at it and said, 'S**t, this is the biggest part you've ever written for me and now you ain't going to make the movie?' And he's like, 'Ah don't worry, I'll just write another one.'
"And I'm, 'No motherf**er - this one, this is great, this is awesome.'
The response of the audience as we read it was just incredible. Quentin was reading the stage directions and having a great old time, the audience applauding and cheering and seeing it in their heads in the same way we saw it and we felt."