Quentin Tarantino is allegedly working on a sequel project to his 2012 hit film Django Unchained.
The director, whose next feature "Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood" will be released in August, is said to be adapting Django comic book miniseries.
It sees Jamie Foxx’s title character safely settling his wife "Broomhilda" in Chicago and taking up jobs to live the rest of their life. On his travels, though, he meets Zorro (yes, the same character portrayed by Antonio Banderas) and the duo team up after Django becomes his bodyguard. And the adventure is titled Django/Zorro.
Quentin Tarantino is reported of developing a crossover movie between Django and Zorro.
SOURCE: Screen Rant
According to Collider, stand-up comedian Jerrod Carmichael will pen the big-screen rendition of the comic mini-series with Tarantino on producing duties.
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This project has been rumored and theorized for years. In the 2014 Sony hack, Tarantino was uncovered to have carried the plan to Amy Pascal in leaked messages. Collider heard from a source that Tarantino and Sony boss Tom Rothman talked about the project at Cannes as well.
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Should Tarantino decide to direct the crossover sequel, it could be his final movie. He’s stated for years that his tenth film will be his last. Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood will stamp the movie producer's ninth.
Quentin Tarantino's upcoming film, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood received Seven minutes of standing ovations at last month Cannes Film Festival.
SOURCE: Indie Wire
It's uncertain whether Foxx and Broomhilda star Kerry Washington would repeat their jobs for the adjustment.
Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood will hit theaters in the UK on the 14th of August. It got seven-minute overwhelming applause following its debut at the Cannes Film Festival a month ago.
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Lead stars Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Margot Robbie were all present as was chief himself whose second film, Pulp Fiction, won the pined for Palme d'Or 25 years ago.