The Kill Room: Pulp Fiction stars Samuel L. Jackson and Uma Thurman reunited for an upcoming crime thriller
Uma Thurman and Samuel L. Jackson, who starred in Pulp Fiction, return in new comedy thriller The Kill Room. It’s been 28 years since Thurman and Jackson starred in Quentin Tarantino’s 1990s historical crime film. But, of course, the two performers didn’t appear on screen together in nonlinear innovation Pulp Fiction.
However, according to The Hollywood Reporter, the cast of Pulp Fiction will reunite again in this feature film written by Jonathan Jacobson, his feature debut, and directed by Nicol Paone, whose feature debut was the 2020 film Friendsgiving. The plot revolves around a hitman, his employer (Jackson) and an art dealer (Thurman). A money laundering plot involving the three turns the hitman into a vanguard star overnight, forcing them to pit the art world against the criminal world.
Interestingly, Tarantino aficionados will know that The Kill Room marks the third time Thurman and Jackson will appear in the same film, as both previously starred in Kill Bill Vol.2, with Thurman as The Bride and Jackson as pianist Rufus. Thurman and Jackson’s presence in The Kill Room will no doubt please fans of Tarantino’s groundbreaking ’90s masterpiece and his ultra-violent hitwoman masterpiece. However, it seems the film has more in common with Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill than just the two actors, as it ventures into Tarantino-esque crime-movie terrain, with a dark and humorous tone perhaps to the Tarantino.
The Kill Room does not yet have a set release date. Meanwhile, Jackson recently received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 94th Academy Awards, honoring his long and illustrious career, which includes films such as the aforementioned Pulp Fiction, other Quentin Tarantino films such as Django Unchained and The Hateful Eight, as well as blockbuster movies. like several Marvel movies like Nick Fury and the Star Wars prequel trilogy like Mace Windu. It was her first Oscar win of her career.
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