The first installment of the Beatrix Kiddo revenge story will be released by Lionsgate, but there's no word yet whether Kill Bill will receive additional footage.
During its quarterly earnings call, Lionsgate announced that it has acquired the distribution rights for Kill Bill and Jackie Brown, thus the studio has the largest portfolio of Quentin Tarantino films, including titles like Reservoir Dogs, Inglourious Basterds, Django Unchained, and Death Proof.
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Tarantino's latest film, was released by Sony Pictures, and, under a unique arrangement, the director will acquire ownership of the major copyright to the Oscar-winning film in 30 years.
In October 2003, the first part of the film "Kill Bill" was released in cinemas, depicting the bride (Uma Thurman) seeking vengeance against Bill, her former lover, David Carradine. In April 2004, Kill Bill 2 was released in theaters, ending Beatrix Kiddo's adventures.
Tarantino has expressed interest in releasing a sequel ten years from now. Although currently, according to reports, the filmmaker is attempting to shoot his latest film, which isn't tied to the former assassin.
Kill Bill's 4K remake will be released in October 2023, just in time for the original's 20th anniversary.