Quentin Tarantino admits he feels ‘guilty’ for Kill Bill stunt car crash that ‘nearly killed’ Uma Thurman

QUENTIN Tarantino has spoken out on Uma Thurman’s horrifying car crash on the set of Kill Bill branding it one of the “biggest regrets of his life”.

The director had stayed quiet over the weekend after the actress shared footage of the smash and her injuries that followed after the ill-fated stunt 15-years ago. Rex Features Quentin Tarantino has broken his silence over the crash on the set of Kill Bill 15 years ago which ‘nearly killed’ Uma Thurman Yesterday Thurman shared the full footage on Instagram having previously released it to the New York Times in an interview where she also accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct.

The 47-year-old made clear in the post that the director had given her the footage before blaming Weinstein for lying about the incident and destroying evidence.

Tarantino said he was the one who gave the footage to Thurman to help her with her New York Times interview .

He told Deadline : “I told her the road was a straight line. I told her it would be safe. And it wasn’t. I was wrong. The actress showed a video to the New York Times which showed her crashing a car on the set of Kill […]

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