Exclusive Pics: Uma Thurman in The Accidental Husband

Five new stills from the springtime rom-com.

by | January 25, 2008 | Comments

Spring is around the corner, so peep your first look at Uma Thurman’s latest romantic comedy in which she’ll face the daunting task of choosing between the charming Colin Firth and the dashing Jeffrey Dean Morgan. Some girls have it so easy.

Uma Thurman has gotten herself out of sticky situations like being buried alive, attacked by 88 crazy thugs, and facing off against a gang of deadly assassins, but in The Accidental Husband she’s got an even bigger problem: a husband she didn’t know she had, with a wedding to another man in the works.


Uma Thurman

Click for our five exclusive photos for a taste of your date movie future, fellas.


Uma Thurman


Uma Thurman


Jeffrey Dean Morgan

Colin Firth

The official The Accidental Husband synopsis:

After talk show host Emma (Uma Thurman) tells a bride-to-be to dump her firefighter fiancé (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), he devises a unique plan of revenge in this romantic comedy. Without Emma’s knowledge, the man marries her, causing friction in her relationship with a staid man (Colin Firth).

Directed by Griffin Dunne, The Accidental Husband is written by (how refreshing!) female scribes Mimi Hare, Clare Naylor, and Bonnie Sikowitz and hits theaters March 7.

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