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What will be QT's next project after he finishes the Kill Bill DVD, a segment of Rodriguez's Sin City and a six year break? I'm all for Inglorious Bastards but it seems he set his mind on this

Not my first choise.

And for those interested in what might be Peter Jackson's next project (after King Kong that is), go here

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I remember Tarantino saying he'd love to do the Vega Brothers (not necessarily next) but Miramax weren't that bothered, and both Miramax and the fans were more interested in Pulp Fiction 2.

I can't think of anything worse than Pulp Fiction 2. I have no interest in it whatsoever. The Vega Brothers would be a far more interesting film, although Madsen and Travolta are too old to look younger than thier roles in Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction. So I'm not sure how that would work.

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What is Jackson playing at? I wish fatty would just hurry up and do the hobbit before an actor required for it dies

I believe Jackson would love to do The Hobbit but there was trouble getting the rights to it. As far as I know Tolkein's son, who now owns all the rights, won't allow it. In fact he wasn't happy about Lord of the Rings either but couldn't do anything about it since Tolkien himself had sold the rights ages ago. Apparently Tolkien's son also wouldn't let Jackson set up a non-profit Lord of the Rings Museum, with stuff from the films, in New Zealand. He even practically disowned his own son because he turned up to the Lord of the Rings premier.

Although that was all reported a while ago, so perhaps you know something I don't and it's been resolved.

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