Quentin Tarantino Reportedly Hires Writer For Big Screen Adaptation Of His DJANGO/ZORRO Comic Series

Quentin Tarantino Reportedly Hires Writer For Big Screen Adaptation Of His DJANGO/ZORRO Comic Series

Quentin Tarantino Reportedly Hires Writer For Big Screen Adaptation Of His DJANGO/ZORRO Comic Series

Well, this is interesting. It seems there might be a big screen adaptation of Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained sequel comic in the works, and the legendary filmmaker has now hired a screenwriter...

Quentin Tarantino has reportedly hired a writer to pen a movie adaptation of his Django/Zorro Dynamite/DC Vertigo comic series.

According to Collider, the One Upon a Time... In Hollywood director has enlisted Jerrod Carmichael (Ramy, the 48 Hours remake) to pen the screenplay for the film, which would serve as a sequel to 2012's Django Unchained. In the comic, Django (Jamie Foxx) continues his career as a bounty hunter and teams-up with an ageing Diego de la Vega, aka the legendary Zorro, to free the local indigenous people from slavery.

It doesn't sound like this project is officially a go at Sony just yet, and if it is it's in the very early stages of development. It's also unclear if Tarantino intends to helm the film himself, although it's certainly possible. The director has always maintained that he'd retire after his 10th film, and after OUATIH, there's one more spot on the list.

What do you guys think of this news? Any interest in a Django/Zorro movie? Sound off below.
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