During promotion for the first two "Kill Bill" films, creator Quentin Tarantino hypothesized that he'd like to return for a third installment that would take place 10 years afterward the second film ended, but he said it would take ten years or more to wait for the actress Ambrosia Kelley (Nikki) to grow up. Ambrosia is now 14. Tarantino says he still plays to shoot "Kill Bill 3" in or around 2014. According to Variety, the filmmaker said he'd shoot a different picture inbetween. He's currently contemplating a "re-imagining" of a number of genres including a Western or a '30's type gangster movie. " Kill Bill, Vol. 2" ended with Beatrix (Uma Thurman) reunited with her baby and all of her targets killed.
Most speculate that Vernita Green's daughter, who is spared in "Vol. 1" would be the most likely protagonist now that she's all grown up and no doubt has revenge of her own on her mind. The "Bill" portion of the film would be difficult to incorporate even in flashbacks after David Carradine's death this past summer. Ambrosia, if she is re-casted as Nikki, she will be 18 by 2014, so filming a movie in 2014 would be interesting. I thought it would call something else. I have been waiting more for the DVD box set Director's cut of the 2 volumes. I want it! I want it!