London: Quentin Tarantino is still in mood to take his "Kill Bill" bride on the third ride as the filmmaker says he has a probable story line in his mind.
The 52-year-old Oscar-winning director said their is surely a possibility of the third installment of the American martial arts film starring Uma Thurman as 'The Bride', reported Digital Spy.
"There is definitely a possibility, stopped short of it being a probability. For one reason in particular: Uma and me would have a really good time working together again," Tarantino said.
The "Django" director is planning to take a huge time leap if he takes "Kill Bill 3" on floor.
"I put (Thurman's) character through a lot and I wanted her to have this much time for peace. I wanted her to have some time with her daughter... She could actually enjoy her life for a while.
"'Kill Bill' is, pretty much hands down, my most visionary movie, in so far as I really went beyond 'Pulp Fiction' to create this world that really doesn't exist, where they have Samurai sword holders on aeroplanes instead of cup holders and that's all good," he said.
Tarantino is currently geared up for the release of his film "The Hateful Eight", scheduled to hit the theatres on January 8.
The film will be released on 70mm screens during Christmas weekend.