Brad Pitt, Inglourious Basterds, Uma Thurman, Kill Bill, Quentin Tarantino

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With Inglourious Basterds swooping up nominations and awards galore these days, we imagine the pressure is on Quentin Tarantino to fast track the much buzzed about prequel.

The good news is Tarantino's up for it, but the bad news is it doesn't sound like it's going to be happening anytime soon...

"I would be really interested in doing it, but I'm going to be doing something else next up, so we'll see how it all falls into place," Tarantino told us last night at the Inglourious Basterds DVD launch event.

And speaking of Tarantino follow-ups, what's going on with the third installment of one of our faves, the Kill Bill series?

Uma Thurman still has a few years to go before slipping into a kimono again. "The bride has got to get ten years older," Tarantino said. "I've put the bride through such hell in Volume 1 and Volume 2, and it's going to be even worse when I bring her back. So she deserves a decade of peace."

In other words, Volume 3 won't be out until 2014.

Also at the Basterds DVD soiree, Eli Roth gushed about his follow-up to playing a Nazi hunter opposite Brad Pitt.

Roth plays the host of a wet T-shirt contest in the upcoming Piranha 3-D, a horror thriller starring Gossip Girl's Jessica Szohr.

"There I am, hosing down 20 topless girls," Roth says. "I told Brad, 'I think I'm having way more fun with my hose time than with you—sorry!"


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