Exclusive: Uma Thurman tries to survive 'Motherhood'
It may be another few years before Quentin Tarantino's third "Kill Bill" even begins filming, but in the meantime Uma Thurman isn't resting on her laurels. The Oscar-nominated actress will return this spring as the iconic character Medusa (hopefully a prettier version than what we're used to) in "Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief," but before she goes all tent pole on everyone she'll bring a dose of reality to "Motherhood."
The Sundance Film Festival comedy centers on one day in the life of Eliza (Thurman), a mother with two young daughters who begins to think she's losing herself as a full time parent. In this exclusive clip embedded to the left, Eliza discovers the drawbacks of buying her child's birthday cake at one of the hipper bakeries in New York City's West Village. To watch a bigger version, click here.
To find out more about "Motherhood," visit the official site.
"Motherhood" opens in theaters across the country this Friday.