Nicol Paone sits in the director’s chair of the movie. The actors of Quentin Tarantino’s 1994 cult movie Pulp Fiction, Uma Thurman, and Samuel L. Jackson are teaming up for a new movie project.
The two stars announced that they will share the lead roles in the action and crime comedy “The Kill Room”, which will be the second feature-length of actor, producer, screenwriter, and director Nicol Paone, celebrating the 28th anniversary of Pulp Fiction at the 94th Oscar ceremony last week. They took the stage with John Travolta to celebrate and announced the Best Actor Oscar that went to Will Smith.
“The Kill Room”, whose screenplay will be penned by Jonathan Jacobson, is about an interesting money laundering scheme. The film’s story follows a hitman, the hitman’s boss (Samuel L. Jackson), and an art dealer (Uma Thurman) in a money-laundering scheme that accidentally turns an assassin into an art world sensation, forcing him to play the art world against the underworld.
Uma Thurman and Nicol Paone; Jordan Yale Levine are also producing the film alongside Anne Clements, Jordan Beckerman, Jon Keeyes, Dannielle Thomas, and Jason Weinberg. Filming will begin in New York and New Jersey in the coming months.