The actors, who previously starred in the 1994 Quentin Tarantino cult film, are set to be reconnecting for a new comedy-thriller, The Kill Room.
Jackson and Thurman didn’t act in scenes together in Pulp Fiction, but will soon be joining forces on-screen in The Kill Room.
“The combination of Uma and Sam for this project is a dream come true.
"We are certain that Nicol is going to deliver a special film, and one that strikes the perfect balance between dark humour and edge-of-your-seat thrills,” the producing team said of the casting decision.
This won’t be the first reunion for the pair, though. Following the success of Pulp Fiction, the actors went on to star together in Kill Bill: Volume 2 in 2004.
The upcoming movie is described as being a “darkly comic thriller” which sees a hitman who accidentally takes the art world by storm.
“The story follows a hitman, his boss, an art dealer, and a money-laundering scheme that accidentally turns the assassin into an overnight avant-garde sensation, one that forces her to play the art world against the underworld,” according to the film’s synopsis.
The Hollywood Reporter stated that Nicol Paone is running the project, and will soon begin filming for The Kill Room in New York and New Jersey.
Jordan Yale Levin, Jordan Beckerman, and Jon Keeyes are producing the film through Yale Productions.
At the time of writing, the rest of the cast for The Kill Room has not yet been announced.
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