Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! Getting Tarantino Treatment?

In other news, Liz Smith's liquor cabinet might be empty.

by | January 18, 2008 | Comments

This probably falls under the “too perfect to actually ever come close to being true” column, but what if — what if, people — Quentin Tarantino wanted to remake Faster Pussycat! Kill! Kill!?

According to gossip columnist Liz Smith, Tarantino is indeed “hot to remake” Russ Meyer‘s “campy soft-porn classic” — and what’s more, he’s already picked his dream cast, which would consist of…drumroll, please…Kim Kardashian, Eva Mendes, and Britney Spears.

Do not adjust your monitors. We are not experiencing technical difficulties. This is an actual rumor.

Of the putative trio, only Kardashian would seem to possess the requisite Meyerian, um, assets — something Smith alludes to when she suggests that perhaps Lindsay Lohan might be better suited to a Pussycat remake, saying, “Lindsay could become Quentin’s new muse. Look what he did for Uma Thurman.”

There’s no way this will ever come to pass — at least not with Tarantino’s supposed starring wishlist — but if it somehow did? Oh, man. Who could resist? Not us, and certainly not you. We don’t care what you say.

Source: Variety
Source: Slashfilm

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