Kill Bill Producer Responds to Uma Thurman Car Crash Revelation

  • Kill Bill Producer Responds to Uma Thurman Car Crash Revelation

Kill Bill Producer Responds to Uma Thurman Car Crash Revelation

"It was heartbreaking. Beyond one of the biggest regrets of my career, it was one of the biggest regrets of my life".

Two days before Tarantino's interview, a New York Times story featuring Thurman's account of Harvey Weinstein's sexual assault of her came out, where she also talked about the vehicle crash she got involved in while filming "Kill Bill".

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Thurman, subject of a New York Timespiece published February 3, played foxy Mia Wallace in the filmmaker's Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill movies.

The 47-year-old actress said the on-set crash in Mexico in 2002 left her suffering concussion and damaged knees.

He said, "Watching her fight for the wheel... remembering me hammering about how it was safe and she could do it. Emphasising that it was a straight road, a straight road... the fact that she believe me, and I literally watched this little S curve pop up".

Tarantino said that after driving down the road in the convertible himself, he was confident Thurman would be able to do the same without any issues.

"In light of the recent allegations made by Uma Thurman against Harvey Weinstein and her terrifying work experience on Kill Bill, my name has been mentioned in numerous articles in regards to the choking scene in Inglourious Basterds", Kruger wrote on Instagram. "It's a straight piece of road, '" Thurman told Dowd, adding that the director told her to "'Hit 40 miles per hour or your hair won't blow the right way and I'll make you do it again.' But that was a deathbox that I was in.

In footage posted by the Times, the actress is seen speeding down an unpaved road before crashing into a tree.

The actor called the movement against sexual harassment post the Harvey Weinstein revelations an "important moment". She said she wanted a stunt driver to do the shot. I said, I think I need to do it. "She never meant this to roll over onto me", he told Deadline. "So I asked Uma". A grip? One, I didn't trust Michael Madsen because, I don't know where the spit's going to go, if Michael Madsen does it.

Lawrence Bender, a frequent Quentin Tarantino collaborator who served as a producer on "Kill Bill" in 2003, said he had "deep regret" over the resulting pain Thurman suffered, but claimed he in no way attempted to cover up the accident.

Watching the star of his movie crash was "just frightful", Tarantino said.

The director was also getting severely criticized on Twitter on Tuesday as audio surfaced of his remarks concerning Polanski, 84, who has been a fugitive since fleeing to France in 1978 while awaiting sentencing for unlawful sex with a minor in 1975. Not forever, not for a long time. "Consequently, I realize ... that is a real thing".

"We're both one of the closest people in each other's lives".