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Wednesday 16 April 2014

Tarantino: Django part of trilogy

Quentin Tarantino is looking at ideas for the third part of his trilogy

Quentin Tarantino has revealed Django Unchained and Inglorious Basterds are part of a trilogy.

The Bafta-winning script writer said the films - about slavery and the Nazis - were both films about rewriting the wrongs of history and he was now considering what to make the third about.

Quentin revealed: "I think there's something about this that begs a trilogy, three movies that go on this train and then drop it. I don't know what the third one's going to be yet.

"I haven't figured out what the next one's going to be yet. I'm waiting for Django to be in my rear view mirror."

The director previously won a best screenplay Bafta for Pulp Fiction in 1995.

Quentin revealed: "Before I left, I have all my awards on one big shelf and I was trying to decide if I win do I put it next to the other Bafta or put one on one side and the other on the other and a book in the middle or something."

Quentin remained in his seat after collecting his award to see Django Unchained star Christoph Waltz win Best Supporting Actor.

The director said of their relationship: "We were lucky to find each other and he does a magnificent job with my characters and says my dialogue like nobody's business."

Waltz said he would love to appear in the third film in the trilogy. He said: "This is the continuation of a beautiful friendship. The trust is reciprocal. I trust if he has a part for me, I will play it.

"Our relationship is trust and respect and that's what goes back and forth, but on my part it's admiration for this master storyteller, and I am completely and utterly at ease and convinced what he writes is something I can say."

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