Two year ago Quentin Tarantino piqued the interest of film fans everywhere when he promised two new anime companion films to "Kill Bill," one supposedly about the origin of The Bride and the other about Bill himself.
We don't know what's happened to the story of The Bride, but the other animated film is going to blow you away, insisted star Uma Thurman.
"His anime stuff is strong," she smiled.
We say we don't know what happened to the story of the Bride, by the way, because Thurman claims to have never recorded a voice-over for the anticipated project.
"It has nothing to do with me," she said. "It has to do with another character. You'll have to see."
That screams Bill to us. But the best part? It looks as if we'll get to "see" real soon, perhaps as part of an expanded DVD release, Thurman teased, indicating that the short will be part of a larger re-release for "Kill Bill."
"Right now he's putting the two films together with an intermission with an added anime sequence he had already written," she said of the ongoing saga of Beatrix Kiddo. "So additional stories are in there, in animation."
Sounds pretty groovy to us? What about you? Would you plunk down some coin to buy an expanded "Kill Bill" set? Looking forward to more animation from Tarantino? Sound off below.