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Don’t Worry About Uma: Her Next One’s with Robert Pattinson


Let’s not blame Uma Thurman for mistakes made by others. A film she made called “Motherhood” debuted at Sundance two years ago–and had a tepid response. A few distributors bit, and Freestyle Releasing thought they’d give it a shot in America. Last October they sent “Motherhood” to theaters and made $90,000. Pheh. That should have been a sign to everyone. “Motherhood” was at best a straight to DVD, made for Lifetime kind of movie. It was not going to attract moviegoers.

Nevertheless, the British distributor decided it had to try the theater route, too. Who knows why? Cooler heads should have prevailed. So they gave it a limited release. And “Motherhood” made about $150 in its only weekend. Tally-ho!

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  • March 28, 2010 | Permalink |

    Uma and Rob, I couldn’t ask for a better match up. This should be very interesting

  • March 28, 2010 | Permalink |

    I can’t believe they’re releasing this movie when it is so old. nonetheless, it has rpatz in it so i will be seeing it

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