Hollywood director Quentin Tarantino is considering ditching blood-soaked action movies in favour of directing a comedy set in Britain.
The moviemaker, best known for gritty blockbusters such as Kill Bill and Pulp Fiction, hopes to tackle more light-hearted subject matter in the future, and has his sights set on 1970s London.
He tells Britain's Daily Telegraph newspaper, "I love London and I really want to make a film there. I could do a comedy there. I'm really obsessed with 1970s London."