Quentin Tarantino recalls his failed Bond movie plan

During the mid-1990s, the Kill Bill director was considered to potentially direct a James Bond movie, but never did. In an interview with Deadline published on Thursday, the 60-year-old film giant revealed he and his team reached out to James Bond author Ian Fleming's team to inquire about making a Casino Royale film after Quentin completed 1994's Pulp Fiction. "It would've taken place in the '60s and wasn't about a series of Bond movies.” "We would have cast an actor and be one and done. So I thought we could do this."