Uma Thurman's 'Lord of the Rings' confession after years

2023-09-21 14:33:09 | Last Update : 2023-09-21 14:43:54

Famous actress Uma Thurman, who starred in blockbuster films such as "Kill Bill" and "Pulp Fiction", expressed regret about "Lord of the Rings".

Uma Thurman's 'Lord of the Rings' confession after years
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The "Lord of the Rings" series, one of the most legendary films in the history of cinema, which is not forgotten even after years, has recently been released again. Adapted fromJ.R.R Tolkien's novels, the film series, which made the highest box office gross in Hollywood, preserves its place in the memory of millions of people with its cast and fantastic story.

The regret of the actors who could not take part in this wonderful production does not end even after years. The first among these celebrities is Uma Thurman, who was planned to play the role of "Eowyn" but did not accept the role.

Thurman made a statement on the subject in a television program she attended long after the box office giant film series was released.

The Hollywood star, who was a guest on the television program "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert", stated that she turned down the role offered to her during the filming of the film because she had just given birth to her child and the filming was in New Zealand.


She explained her refusal to play the character of "Eowyn" in the film "The Lord of the Rings" and her deep regret afterward.

“It was a long time ago and I think it was one of the worst decisions I've ever made. But I'd just had my first child and I don't know, I was a bit housebound. I think it was a bit of an unknown for me but it's definitely something I regret,” she said.

Uma Thurman, who expressed her regret for not taking part in the "Lord of the Rings" series, which achieved one of the highest box office grosses in the history of cinema, signed the "Kill Bill" films that will introduce her to the world after this event.

Source: Newsroom

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