Quentin Tarantino's entire career has been wrapped up with Harvey Weinstein, including his 'Kill Bill' movies, which The New York Times recently released video footage from showing Thurman's car crash. Stunt experts have said there is no way Thurman should have been driving that car. Now that Weinstein is out of the picture, Tarantino's next movie is with Sony. But it's tough to imagine how his movie, which is about the Manson murders, is going to get made at this moment, when Tarantino is under such scrutiny. The big question will be if talent agree to work on the film.
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