I'm sure when it was brought up to me, that I rolled my eyes and was irritated. "Far from me being mad, livid and angry, I was all...smiley".
"Look, she was down with this", he added. "It's a straight piece of road.'" He told her to drive at 40 miles per hour. And it wasn't. I was wrong. However, the article also shows footage of a particularly disturbing auto crash involving Thurman on the set of Kill Bill, which has received much flack over the weekend. "I've got big shoulders and I can handle it". I do not believe though with malicious intent, ' the actress explained to her fans and followers.
Tarantino told Stern: 'He didn't rape a 13-year-old. "It was statutory rape, that's not quite the same thing". "That's not rape. To me, when you use the word rape, you're talking about violent, throwing them down - it's like one of the most violent crimes in the world", he said. Throwing the word rape around is like throwing the word racist around. "It doesn't apply to everything people use it for", said Tarantino. "I wish I had taken responsibility for what I heard".
Even though Uma Thurman and Quentin Tarantino have made peace with one another, the director's knowledge of Weinstein's actions over the years hasn't painted him in a positive light. With respect to the spitting scene, Tarantino said he didn't trust star Michael Madsen to play out the take, so the chief did it without anyone else's help. "My confrontation was saying, you have to go to Uma". He tried to shove himself on me.More news: Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen, BMW Dragged in Animal Cruelty Controversy
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The actress brought forth the shocking details of the vehicle crash in the Times, and revealed how the accident soured her relationship with Tarantino, who once considered the blonde his muse. "Again, you're killing him with the pills and booze thing". Tarantino DID concede that he didn't take the same route as Thurman, which is how he missed the unsafe S-curve that caused the crash.
"I was assuming that when we did it, we would have maybe a pole behind Uma that the chain would be wrapped around so it wouldn't be seen by the camera, at least for the wide shot", he said. "But a trust was broken", he said.
"I told her it would be safe and it wasn't", said Tarantino.
"There was an element of closure", he said. But she's still going after Weinstein and his fellow "Kill Bill" producers Lawrence Bender and E. Bennett Walsh, saying they covered up the crash.
Quentin Tarantino and actress Uma Thurman arrive to the premiere of "Kill Bill II" at the Palais des Festivals during the 57th Annual International Cannes Film Festival May 16, 2004 in Cannes, France.
"The Inglourious Basterds "choking scene" that Kruger is referring to is one in which her character, Bridget von Hammersmark, was strangled to death by Christoph Waltz's character, Col. Hans Landa". "What really got me about the crash was that it was a cheap shot".
"Look, she was down with it". I would ask a guy the same thing.