"They had a thing and got together again recently," an insider said of the duo behind Pulp Fiction and the Kill Bill films. "He's loved her for years."
"There has always been an attraction," another source added. "She has indulged from time to time, and that's how their relationship has always worked."
The actress and director were both in Cannes this month to toast the 20th anniversary of Pulp Fiction. Sources reveal that the pair shared a villa during their stay and spent lots of quality time together.
The never-married Tarantino, 51, was once romantically linked to Sofia Coppola. Thurman, meanwhile, recently ended her engagement to Arpad Busson, with whom she shares 22-month-old daughter, Rosalind. She also has two children from her marriage to Ethan Hawke, and was briefly wed to Gary Oldman.
So, has Tarantino found his "Bride," for real? Or, is this just the celebrity equivalent of an office romance? So long as these lovebirds keep making amazing films together, does it really matter? (Us Weekly)