Awesome Behind The Scenes Photos Take You Into The Making Of Kill Bill Vol. 2

Back in August Miramax did something pretty damn cool. The studio used their official website to post a full gallery of never-before-seen set photos from Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill Vol. 1, the bulk of the images taken during the shooting of the brilliant Crazy 88 fight. Now, three months later they have released another gallery, only this time it's from Tarantino's Kill Bill Vol. 2. Check out a sample of the badassery below.

To see the rest of the awesome images be sure to head over to the official website, and you can see the images from Kill Bill Vol. 1 over HERE (I highly recommend it).

Some of you may be scratching your head at the sight of Michael Jai White getting his neck chopped by David Carradine's sword, as that scene wasn't included in the theatrical cut. During production Jai White actually filmed a number of scenes with Carradine, but they ended up on the editing room floor. Only one of them survives and was included on the DVD and Blu-ray releases. For those that don't have the discs handy, you can watch the scene below.

And there is a very good reason why these shots are coming online now. Not only is Django Unchained, Tarantino's latest, due out on Christmas, the Tarantino XX 8-film Blu-ray box set will be heading into stores everywhere tomorrow, and during December Miramax will be holding one-day-only commemorative events bringing both Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs back to theaters. It is a very good time to be a fan.

Eric Eisenberg
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