Quentin Tarantino set to rewrite history in third film

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Quentin Tarantino with his BAFTA prize

Quentin Tarantino with his BAFTA prize

Quentin Tarantino has revealed he wants to make another film in which 'history is re-written' following his Best Original Screenplay win at the BAFTA Awards for 'Django Unchained'.

Quentin Tarantino is planning a new movie in the style of 'Django Unchained' and 'Inglourious Basterds'.

The director picked up the Best Original Screenplay prize for Western 'Django Unchained' at the BAFTA Awards on Sunday night (10.02.13) and following the success of his two 'history re-written' projects he is ready to create a third film in his self-created genre.

Speaking at the BAFTA winners press conference, he said: "This [rewritten history theme] begs a trilogy, it begs to have a third movie on this theme. I haven't decided about what yet, but I wouldn't be surprised (to do another)."

'Django Unchained' star Christoph Waltz was named Best Supporting Actor for his performance as Dr. King Schultz at the ceremony at London's Royal Opera House.

The wins for Tarantino and Waltz made guest Samuel L. Jackson - who played Stephen in the film - very happy and he thought the pair deserved to be recognised for their work.

When asked who his favourite winners were on the red carpet for the BAFTAs Disaronno after-party, Samuel said: "Christoph Waltz and Quentin Tarantino. I'm biased of course, but they deserve it. It's been a great evening."

Other notable winners at the BAFTAs included Ben Affleck, who was named Best Director, Daniel Day-Lewis, who took home the Best Actor prize for 'Lincoln', and Emanuelle Riva, who received the Best Actress statuette for 'Amour'.

The Hateful Eight

  • 4 stars
  • 2015
  • US
  • 168 min
  • 18
  • Directed by: Quentin Tarantino
  • Written by: Quentin Tarantino
  • Cast: Samuel L. Jackson, Kurt Russell, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Michael Madsen, Tim Roth
  • UK release: 8 January 2016

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