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Tarantino: Uma's Crash Is 'One of My Biggest Regrets'

He elaborates on her 'New York Times' interview

(Newser) - Saturday brought Uma Thurman's long-awaited detailing of the "unpleasant things" Harvey Weinstein did to her, and her recounting included a second name: the third member of the "Miramax troika," as Maureen Dowd wrote in her interview with Thurman: Quentin Tarantino. The article included Thurman's account... More »

Uma Thurman Posts Chilling Message for Harvey Weinstein

'You don't deserve a bullet'

(Newser) - Weeks after saying she was waiting for her anger to subside before she spoke out on Harvey Weinstein, Uma Thurman delivered a chilling Thanksgiving message that appeared to confirm that she is among those sexually harassed or assaulted by the producer. "I said I was angry recently, and I... More »

Tarantino Confirms Kill Bill 3

Director will make sequel with Uma Thurman, but needs 10-year break

(Newser) - First, the good news for Quentin Tarantino fans: “The Bride will fight again,” he says, confirming his plan to make the third movie in his Kill Bill franchise. The bad news? Not until 2014, notes the New York Post. “I love the character and I think she... More »

Kung Fu Sect May Have Killed Carradine: Lawyer

Actor 'very interested' in exposing underworld

(Newser) - A secret kung fu sect may have killed actor David Carradine for uncovering its secrets, his family's lawyer says. "If there was some foul play, that that may be the first area where" authorities "should look," Hollywood lawyer Mark Geragos said on Larry King Live. He... More »

Kung Fu Star Carradine Dead at 72

(Newser) - David Carradine, the star of campy '70s TV classic Kung Fu who enjoyed a career renaissance as the villain in the Kill Bill films, was found dead today in Bangkok, where he was shooting a movie, the AP reports. Carradine, part of a prominent Hollywood family that included father John,... More »

Got a Minute? See Forrest Run —on YouTube

Condensed versions of Gump, Kill Bill popular online

(Newser) - Hate sitting through long movies? YouTube is your friend. One-minute remakes of Forrest Gump and Kill Bill, shot by British college students in one take, are getting lots of attention, the Telegraph reports. In the 4 weeks since it was posted, the Gump short has racked up 1.5 million... More »

Cruel TV Makes for Crueler Viewers: Study

Meanness of Mean Girls as influential as killing in Kill Bill

(Newser) - Psychologists have long known about the link between on-screen violence and real-life aggression, but a new study suggests video cruelty has much the same effect, USA Today reports. Groups of subjects shown either footage from Mean Girls of the hands-off hostility known as "relational aggression" or a knife fight... More »

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