On Saturday, they both appeared as presenters during the Cannes Film Festival’s closing ceremony.According to another source, the move isn’t completely unexpected, as Tarantino and Thurman — who also worked together on 2003’s “Kill Bill: Volume 1” and the following year’s “Kill Bill: Volume 2” — have long been more than just co-workers.
“He wants [to be married] for a few years and then have children. She doesn’t want to wait.” Tarantino has been linked to a string of women, including Kathy Griffin, Mira Sorvino, Sofia Coppola and his “Kill Bill” star Uma Thurman, who is said to have broken his heart when she had a baby with French financier Arpad Busson in 2012.
In 46 years of bachelorhood, Quentin Tarantino, the onetime video clerk who, back in the '90s with Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction, repatriated the word auteur from all those snooty European directors and created iconic film moments using F-bombs and kegs of fake blood, seems to have seen every film ever made and yet still carves out time to contribute oddly committed guest stints on American Idol.
Tarantino—who loves women so much he made Death Proof to showcase the work of a daredevil stuntwoman and, before that, Kill Bill, featuring an Uma Thurman adroit enough with her Hanzo sword to julienne evildoers into a human slaw—is back with his long-gestating Nazi-squashing epic, Inglourious Basterds, starring Brad Pitt.
But Tarantino’s never been married or even engaged.
The auteur is said to have given Pick a ring and necklace as a token of his love.