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2004, Miramax
Uma Thurman, Daryl Hannah, David Carradine
Quentin Tarantino
April 16, 2004

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Uma Thurman returns in the conclusion of Quentin Tarantino's bloody revenge epic, hacking and slashing her way through legions of foes. Having already offed Vernita Green (Vivica A. Fox) and O-Ren Ishii (Lucy Liu), her character of The Bride continues down her checklist of death, targeting Elle Driver (Daryl Hannah), Budd (Michael Madsen), and the biggest fish of them all, Bill (David Carradine).

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Kill Bill Notes

The conclusion of Kill Bill was originally scheduled for a February debut, which probably would have positioned it firmly against all the crap the studios traditionally unload in the first two months of the year. Its new release date of April hints that it could be a strong performer at the box office, and should give it a slightly better chance at awards recognition at the end of 2004.

Quentin Tarantino has talked about the possibility of a prequel for the Kill Bill movies, as well as a sequel that would jump ahead some twenty years. As of now, however, there are no definite plans for these installments to be filmed.

Good news: muthaf***in' bad ass muthaf***er Samuel L. Jackson is listed in the credits of Volume 2.

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