Quentin Tarantino responded publicly late Monday to actress Uma Thurman, following a New York Times story in which the actress said her Kill Bill director made her perform a driving stunt that resulted in her being injured in a car crash. Tarantino told Deadline Hollywood that, in hindsight, making Thurman drive in the remote South American scenes was “one of the biggest regrets of my career” and admitted that he “rolled my eyes and was irritated” when he heard of Thurman’s reluctance to do it. The director insisted he didn’t force Thurman to get in the dubious convertible, but “I told her it would be safe and it wasn’t. I was wrong.” Thurman posted footage of the crash on Instagram on Monday, saying Tarantino was “deeply regretful and remains remorseful” over the incident.
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