Quentin Tarantino Opens Up About Uma Thurman’s “Kill Bill” Accident Saying It Was “One of the Biggest Regrets of My Life”
Written by broebling on February 7, 2018
Quentin Tarantino is directly addressing the claims made about him by Uma Thurman in a recent interview she did with The New York Times. Tarantino admitted that he regrets her terrifying car accident on the set of Kill Bill. He also explained his decision to spit on her and choke her for scenes in Kill Bill—revelations that were met with backlash on social media, painting Tarantino as someone who liked to torture his leading ladies. Tarantino also spoke about his shock after finding out Harvey Weinstein had sexually harassed both Thurman and actress Mira Sorvino, who was Tarantino’s girlfriend at the time. Tarantino went into detail about the Kill Bill car accident. “It’s the biggest regret of my life, getting her to do that stunt,” he said. He defended himself against characterizations that he was furious with her then for not doing the stunt, saying that he performed the stunt himself to make sure it was safe.
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