Entertainment In 2006 Interview, Fergie Revealed Quentin Tarantino Bit Her During ‘Grindhouse’ Shoot

09:35  09 february  2018
09:35  09 february  2018 Source:   etcanada.com

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In 2006 Interview , Fergie Revealed Quentin Tarantino Bit Her During ‘ Grindhouse ’ Shoot . Quentin Tarantino has been under a microscope in recent days after

In companion footage for the horror double feature Grindhouse —comprised of the Quentin Tarantino -directed Death Proof and the Robert Rodriguez-directed Planet Terror— Fergie , who starred in Planet Terror, alleges that Tarantino bit her so hard it left a mark.

Fergie, QUENTIN TARANTINO are posing for a picture: Bruce Gifford/FilmMagic© Provided by Corus Media Holdings, Inc. Bruce Gifford/FilmMagic

Quentin Tarantino has been under a microscope in recent days after Uma Thurman shared horrific footage of her car crash while filming a scene for "Kill Bill", with the director insisting that Thurman take the wheel of a car that should have been driven by a stunt driver.

The Jezebel website has unearthed a 2007 interview with Fergie, who appeared in Robert Rodriguez's contribution to "Grindhouse", which also featured a standalone story directed by Tarantino.

In the 2006 on-set interview — which appears as a bonus feature in the "Grindhouse" DVD release — the former Black Eyed Peas singer is shown discussing her role in the Rodriguez-directed "Planet Terror", revealing that Tarantino was on the set to fill in as a marauding zombie — and got so into character that he actually bit her hard enough to leave a mark on her skin.

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In a resurfaced interview for the 2007 double feature Grindhouse , singer and actress Fergie alleged that Quentin Tarantino bit her hard enough that he left bite marks on her arm while shooting a scene that saw her character being chased by zombies.

In a resurfaced interview from a DVD special feature for the 2007 double feature “ Grindhouse ,” singer and actress Fergie said that Quentin Tarantino bit her so hard on the set that it left a mark.

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“As I was filming the scene where the zombies attack me, Quentin really got into it. I think he had a lot of fun with that,” says Fergie. “He’s doing the whole run with me, so it’s great. So I look over and see Quentin, and I have to kind of visualize this zombie-esque character. And we kept having to re-do the scene because he was so into being this creature that he was making all these noises. And he was blaming it on the other guys, but really Quentin was making all the noise.”

In another interview in the DVD extra, Fergie adds: "So I’m doing the scene, right. And he starts biting me.”

Rodriguez them chimes in. “It wasn’t that bad. It wasn’t like a bite, she wasn’t bleeding or anything” he says. “Certainly you felt some teeth on flesh. It happens, people get into the role.”

Later in the clip, Fergie shows off her bruised arm, declaring: "Quentin f**king bit me. And by the end of this shoot, I will bite him back.”

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