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she better start thinking about how to make up with Quentin...


Dude's only got only one film left under his belt, and Uma's barely done any roles worth mentioning since last collaborating with him.

If I were her, the last thing I'd do is bring up a trivial incident where you got slightly hurt over ten years ago to cast a negative shadow on the man. If this is what he saw inside her, being close friends and all, then I'd say Quentin made the right move in choosing to never work with her again.

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I’m sure Kill Bill Volume 3 will be considered part of the Kill Bill series and not count towards Tarantino’s final film.

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I hope your right.

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I wasn't thinking of Kill Bill Vol. 3 necessarily, as I don't see how that could realistically work in any conceivable way (same thing with the Vega brothers movie). I'm just saying that if I were Uma, I'd be praying to dear lord right now that Quentin can forgive and forget and put me in his final film in some capacity, even if it's just for a cameo. How many roles of hers do people even remember aside from Mia Wallace and the Bride, anyway?

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/r/niceguys dude..

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EW article from 2018,

ma Thurman isn’t ruling out another collaboration with Quentin Tarantino. The “Pulp Fiction” and “Kill Bill” actress tells Entertainment Weekly that she would work with the director again “if he wrote a great part.”

“I understand him,” Thurman said. “If he wrote a great part and we were both in the right place about it, that would be something else.”

Hearing Thurman would be open to reuniting with Tarantino may surprise people given that the actress revealed in February she suffered a car crash during the making of “Kill Bill,” but the actress assures EW that she’s “always had a good relationship” with the director, even after the on set incident.

“We’ve had our fights over the years,” Thurman said. “When you know someone for as long as I’ve known him, 25 years of creative collaboration, yes, did we have some tragedies take place? Sure. But you can’t reduce that type of history and legacy. It would have been reduced to my car accident if I died.

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