Uma Thurman is willing to work again with Quentin Tarantino -- despite being injured on the set of Kill Bill in 2003.
The actress, who was seriously hurt after the director insisted she drive an unsafe car, tells Entertainment Weekly she'd have only one condition. "If he wrote a great part!" she said. "I understand him and if he wrote a great part and we were both in the right place about it, that would be something else."
In February Uma told the New York Times that her relationship with Quentin was strained after the accident but later said on Instagram that she forgave him for the accident and doesn't hold him responsible.
*Prince William and Duchess Kate shared the first photos of Prince Louis on Saturday. One of the pics shows big sister Charlotte giving little Louie a kiss on the head. (Us Magazine)
*ABC has renewed American Idol for another season. But you won't have to wait long to see more Idol when the current season ends. The finalists will hit the road for a tour this summer. Season 8 winner Kris Allen will host the show.
*Sex and the City star Kristin Davis has adopted her second child, a boy. She adopted a baby girl in 2011.
*Actress Tia Mowry and husband Cory Hardrict welcomed a baby girl Saturday. The couple are already parents to six-year-old son Cree. (Page Six)
Kanye West: Saturday Night Live took on his shocking tweets in a parody of the movie A Quiet Place.
Westworld: Critics are weighing in on the latest episode of the hit HBO show.
Childish Gambino: Donald Glover's musical alter-ego performed a new song on Saturday Night Live, which Glover also hosted.
Taylor Swift: She visited an eight-year-old fan who is recovering from burns in a Phoenix hospital.
Gina Haspel: Donald Trump's nominee to head the CIA reportedly offered to withdraw her nomination over the weekend.
#AmericanIdol: Fans are reacting to the latest episode that had contestants singing songs by Prince and from their birth year.
Chris Paul: The Houston Rockets star is talking about the Western Conference Finals after his team beat the Utah Jazz to take a 3-1 lead in their series.
Dr. Ken Uses His Medical Skills To Help Comedy Audience Member-
One actor/comedian is a real M.D. Put his schooling to use this weekend,
Actor Ken Jeong [[ JONG ]] is being praised for treating a woman having a seizure at his stand-up comedy show over the weekend. His medical degree paid off and allowed him to help the woman at his show in Phoenix, Arizona on Saturday night. Jeong thought the woman was messing around at first, until the audience told him it was an actual emergency.
He and an EMT at the show assisted her until an ambulance came and took her away. He then continued on with the show. Jeong is best know for his starring role in the ABC show, "Dr. Ken," along with playing Mr. Chow in all three "Hangover" films....He's so smart he graduated high school at age 16, he then went to Duke University and then medical school at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine
Robin William Struggle With Health Is Outlined In Biography -
A new Robin Williams biography says he was struggling with Lewy body dementia before his death.
In the book, titled "Robin," author Dave Itzkos reveals the brain disease is partially to blame for the comedian's passing because it brought on some of the symptoms that led to him committing suicide. He was initially diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, until a neurologist discovered it was actually dementia.
During filming of “Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb,” the actor began to feel the full array of symptoms including forgetting his lines, crying uncontrollably, and having a shuffling walk.
Williams hung himself in August of 2014. He was 63. To find out more about Lewy Body Dementia, visit here.
1. Avengers: Infinity War - $112.5 million
2. Overboard - $14.8 million
3. A Quiet Place - $7.6 million
4. I Feel Pretty - $4.9 million
5. Rampage - $4.6 million
Avengers: Infinity War again destroyed the competition at the box office. With $112.5 million, the Marvel flick scored the second-biggest second weekend in history. It has also reached the $1 billion mark globally faster than any movie ever. In 10 days at the domestic box office, Infinity War has earned $450.8 million.
The Anna Faris remake of Overboard debuted in second with $14.8 million.
A Quiet Place dropped from second to third with $7.6 million.
I Feel Pretty was fourth with $4.9 million and Rampage was fifth with $4.6 million.
The Charlize Theron comedy Tully opened in sixth with $3.2 million and the thriller Bad Samaritanpremiered in 10th with $1.8 million.