"He planned an anime version of the life of Bill before the movie -- which would have to be anime because I’m not getting any younger," Carradine said recently in an interview with MTV News. "He’s also talking about two sequels to it."
Carradine revisisted Austin, Texas, the city where he first met Tarantino, to film last year's comedy "Homo Erectus." The city is also the site of the semi-annual Quentin Tarantino Film Festival. Asked if he would still be up for voicing Bill in an anime prequel, Carradine nodded.
"If he ever gets around to it, but he’s a will-o'-wisp," the former 'Kung Fu' star said. "If he does that, great!" As Carradine pointed, out, though, no one is holding their breath for the prequel to happen soon.
"He’s a little busy," the actor added. Tarantino's latest movie, the amply vowel-endowed war flick "Inglourious Basterds" starring Brad Pitt, is slated for release later this year.
"Just doing the first ['Kill Bill'] took ten years," Carradine joked, "so who knows when he’ll get around to doing the anime?"
Do you expect Quentin Tarantino to ever get around to continuing the story he started in the first two "Kill Bill" movies? What do you want to know about Carradine's character if there is a prequel made? Sound off in the comment section below!