"He's loved her for years." Both Thurman and Tarantino were presenters at the closing ceremony of the star-studded film fest on Saturday, May 24.
The willowy blonde star, 44, wearing a floor-length canary custom Atelier Versace couture gown, walked arm-in-arm on the red carpet with the Oscar-winning director, 51.
With acting, you carry a lot of responsibility, and it’s basically why I stopped saying yes to some stunt work a couple of years ago. If I walked around being like, "I could kick your ass" when I was on a date, then guys would probably take offense to that. I’m not aggressive by nature, and I like the science and rawness of what I do.
It’s hard, to get people not to perceive you in one way. Or are your male co-stars kind of intimidated by a woman who could kick their ass? If a guy thinks I’m intimidating because I have the job that I have, then maybe we shouldn’t be seeing each other.
Move over, Uma Thurman -- there's about to be a new Bride in Quentin Tarantino's life.
According to English-language Israeli news site Ynetnews, the iconic director of "Pulp Fiction" and "Inglorious Basterds" popped the question Friday night in Los Angeles."It's true, we're very happy and very excited," Daniela Pick told Ynetnews.
With stunt work, I’m not going to be like, "I’m amazing and I know this and I’m great and that," but if you ask me to do something, I know if I can do it.
Quentin Tarantino began his career as a screen writer.
When he was in his early age, he got an interest in movies and he also desired to watch them a lot.
Internationally acclaimed film director Quentin Tarantino, 54, is engaged to his Israeli girlfriend Daniella Pik, 33, the daughter of Israeli pop legend Tzvika Pik and a singer in her own right, reports in Israel claimed on Friday.
The two have been together for over eight years after they met when Tarantino was in Israel to promote his 2009 film Inglorious Basterds, about a Jewish French girl's revenge on the Nazis and a band of Jewish American soldiers behind enemy lines.