Uma Thurman has forgiven Quentin Tarantino after Kill Bill controversy

Uma Thurman has forgiven Quentin Tarantino after Kill Bill controversy
Cannes/France - May 17 2017: Uma Thurman attends 'Ismael's Ghosts (Les Fantomes d'Ismael)' at the 70th annual Cannes Film Festival

When Quentin Tarantino asked Uma Thurman to do a dangerous stunt on the set of Kill Bill she was seriously injured. But now, she has forgiven him saying that she would work with him again.

Uma Thurman suffered permanent neck and knee injuries during filming on the set of Kill Bill in 2003 in a car accident. However, she has now said that she would be willing to work with Quentin Tarantino again.

The 48-year-old Thurman said that she has “always had a good relationship” with Tarantino, and that this continued following the car crash. Tarantino is said to have convinced Thurman to get behind the wheel of a blue convertible for a scene in Kill Bill despite the actress expressing her concerns of doing so.

At the time, Uma Thurman thought that she believed the stunt was dangerous, something that ultimately turned out to be true. But she said that she didn’t hold it against him because “when you’ve known someone as long as I’ve known him…you can’t reduce that type of history and legacy.”

She continued to say that “if he (Quentin Tarantino) wrote a great part” that “it would be something else” to work with him again.

Uma Thurman released footage of the infamous Kill Bill car crash on her Instagram and Tarantino says that he immediately felt remorseful about the whole thing. He even went as far as to say that it was “one of the biggest regrets” of his life.

Tarantino admitted that the event changed the relationship between the two saying that it wasn’t to the point of not talking, but it was clear that trust between the two had been broken.

Thurman said that she was angry about how the incident was handled but would never let something like that ruin such a long relationship.

Uma Thurman is currently promoting her new film Con Is On.