Uma Thurman and her hissing hair

Feb. 03, 2010 | 10:33 p.m.

Medusa

Here’s a look at Uma Thurman in the role of Medusa in “Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief,” which hits theaters Feb. 12 with aspirations of knocking “Avatar” out of that top spot at the box office. And yes, that’s an iPhone Thurman’s got, and since Percy (Logan Lerman) is about to swing his sword at her neck, I’m guessing this scene might have a one-liner about “a killer app.”

Our Rachel Abramowitz previously talked to “Percy” director Chris Columbus about Thurman, her slithering scalp and her alluring appeal, you can read that story right here

– Geoff Boucher

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Photo credit: 20th Century Fox

 

Comments


6 Responses to Uma Thurman and her hissing hair

  1. Stephen Yundt says:

    i always remember medusa with snakes on her head, like jason & the argonauts… but probably no one remembers that?

  2. Rustybucket says:

    Wow.
    Now that's product placement.
    What can we call that app – ummm….
    iMyth

  3. TANGYTOO says:

    stinky stinky stories, probably plageristic,i bet they are, they swiped them from old Twilight or Outer Limits stories, or some of those old scifi writers back when, and the photography and special effects, there is still better on the backs of ceral boxes, where do these guys get the idea they are making movies, the products are a disgrace to the fields of photography and cinima tech, give us a break

  4. Brent says:

    In Greek mythology, Perseus defeats medusa with the help of Athena's highly polished shield, which he uses to see her reflection (as looking at her directly will turn ya to stone!).
    Here Medusa uses a highly polished iphone to see her own death coming… coincidence? I think not…

  5. isabirye wilber ( ug says:

    uma's hissing hair i s one of it's kind .I have never seen such style since my child hood. It's great just like snake in nature.
    Kindest regards.

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