Vivica A. Fox Reprises Kill Bill Role in SZA's New Music Video

In a brand new music video for SZA’s track “Kill Bill,” Vivica A. Fox reprises her position from the movie of the identical identify. Written and directed by Quentin Tarantino, the film Kill Bill tells the story of Beatrix “The Bride” Kiddo (Uma Thurman), a girl on a revenge quest towards her former lover and boss. Beatrix’s first depicted kill within the movie is of her outdated murderer colleague, Fox’s Vernita “Copperhead” Green, a member of the Deadly Viper Assassination Squad.

SZA’s new violent Kill Bill-themed video options Fox again in her position as Copperhead. Check out the video beneath:

With lyrics depicting the same story of affection misplaced and violent revenge, the R&B singer embarks on her personal quest to kill her former lover. The Christian Breslauer-directed music video pays homage to the favored Tarantino movie with its imagery, together with a recreation of Bud’s (Michael Madsen) desert trailer, SZA donning a purple jumpsuit that bears a resemblance to Beatrix’s yellow Bruce Lee-inspired attire, and a violent animated sequence. ​​​​​​​

Related: Every Unmade Kill Bill Sequel Movie & Spinoff

Upon its launch in 2003, Kill Bill was met with near-universal reward from critics and audiences. Fans instantly started to take a position numerous potentialities concerning a future continuation of the story. For many years, Tarantino fueled fan hype by repeatedly discussing numerous avenues to method Kill Bill Vol. 3.

While a visitor on Joe Rogan’s podcast in 2021, the director entertained the concept of constant Kill Bill‘s story with a deal with Beatrix’s daughter, BB. If he chooses to make a sequel, Tarantino needs to forged Thurman’s daughter, Maya Hawke, as BB. Hawke responded that she would like to work with Tarantino however has no info if the movie will ever be made. Early final 12 months, Thurman was tight-lipped about her discussions with Tarantino concerning the sequel however admitted that she believes the venture is nowhere close to prepared for manufacturing.

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