With nearly 40 feature films on her resume, actress Uma Thurman is at a point in her career where she can pick and choose her movie projects. In a recent interview with Parade, Thurman said that choosing roles is a very different process for her now that she is a mother.
You feel much more conflicted. I think I really struggled with that conflict. Sort of like, "What's worthy enough to interrupt my kid's life to take them on the road with me while I do a movie?" Now, I just try to balance it. I probably overthink things, but I try to do the right thing. I just do my best. Any working mother will tell you it's the same. I think every working mom is kind of a superhero. I think we all are.
Thurman also confirmed that she has been in talks with Quentin Tarantino about reprising the role of The Bride in a third volume in the Kill Bill saga.
Quentin has talked to me about Kill Bill: Vol. 3 and shared some of his ideas. I think it's going to be awesome. It will be fun to get back into fighting mode even though I'm not much of a meanie. But I now have a physical confidence that I've probably never had in my life. You don't know what you would do until you're attacked. That's the truth. But I think conflict should be avoided. I think conflict is a loss. I totally feel that there is no winnable war.
As far as we — and Thurman's career — are concerned, Kill Bill: Vol. 3 can't come fast enough! Posted 10.26.09 by BrentJS