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Tarantino considers Django TV show

Quentin Tarantino has said he is putting together a plan for a Django Unchained TV show to follow on from his Oscar-winning 2012 film.

The director held a press conference at Cannes Film Festival despite not having anything showing there this year, and according to Deadline had some exciting news about a possible TV mini-series.

He said: "I have about 90 minutes of Django that hasn't been seen so the idea is to cut together a four-hour version, but not show it like a four-hour movie."

Quentin explained that instead, he would "cut it up into one-hour chapters like a four-part mini-series and show it on cable television. People love those."

He also laughed about the idea: "They'd (fans) be dying to watch all four episodes in one go."

Reservoir Dogs director Quentin is working on upcoming Western The Hateful Eight, as well as Kill Bill: Vol. 3.

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