Two Pulp Fiction alumni reunite in upcoming dark comedy crime caper The Kill Room – Catch the trailer here.
Almost thirty years since appearing together in Quentin’s Tarantino’s trailblazing Pulp Fiction, Uma Thurman and Samuel L Jackson are to share the screen once more in The Kill Room. Whilst the pair never shared any scenes in Pulp Fiction, the film proved to be crucial to the upward trajectory of their careers, rocketing both actors to a level they hadn’t experienced before and securing them a string of high profile roles.
In The Kill Room, ‘the story follows a hitman (Joe Manganiello), his boss (Jackson), an art dealer (Thurman), and a money-laundering scheme that accidentally turns the assassin into an overnight avant-garde sensation, one that forces them to play the art world against the underworld.’
The film has be directed by Friendsgiving‘s Nicol Paone. Joe Manganiello, Debi Mazar, Maya Hawke, Dree Hemingway, Amy Keum, Candy Buckley, Larry Pine, Jennifer Kim, Matthew Maher, Tom Pecinka and Alexander Sokovikov also feature. The film comes to cinemas on 29th September.
Here’s the trailer:
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