It's Springtime for Uma

by | December 22, 2004 | Comments

Uma Thurman ("Kill Bill") will play the role of Ulla, the Swedish secretary, in the new film version of "The Producers," the New York Post’s Page Six reports. Nicole Kidman was the first choice of Mel Brooks, but she backed out, and Charlize Theron was also reportedly considered. The film stars Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane, and will begin filming in February.

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