Quentin Tarantino's plans following The Hateful Eight, deemed not the director's best effort by some, include a play adaptation for the Academy Award nominated film. Tarantino revealed the news at the Golden Globes saying Harvey Weinstein had asked him to make The Hateful Eight into a play instead of a film. Other plans include possibly making Kill Bill 3, which Tarantino said he wasn't "committing" to but threw out that he'd been talking to Uma Thurman. But with only two films left to make before he retires—Tarantino said he would call it a day after 10 films, The Hateful Eight fittingly being his eighth—would he choose to make another sequel? Maybe. Tarantino does have other ideas for films though, one which he told to So, Is It Any Good?

In an interview for the Australian movie site Tarantino is asked about whether or not he's wanted to revisit characters from his universe, such as the couple in Pulp Fiction who hold up the diner "Honey Bunny" and "Pumpkin." Tarantino said, "I thought about that a long time ago. I don't think I would do that now." He did however rattle off some Pulp Fiction sequel ideas he had cooked up like a prequel with the Vega brothers, Vincent Vega (John Travolta in Pulp Fiction) and Vic Vega (Michael Madsen in Reservoir Dogs) and a solo movie about Samuel L. Jackson's Bible-quoting Jules in Pulp Fiction. When asked whether he would consider a film set in Australia Tarantino responded: "I do have an idea for an Australian film that would take place in the '30s. It would be a Bonnie and Clyde-ish story with a couple of outlaws in Australia. We'll see what happens."

The Bonnie and Clyde aspect lends itself to maybe what the Honey Bunny and Pumpkin film has evolved to after all these years.