Uma Thurman looks business chic on New Jersey set of the forthcoming feature The Kill Room

Uma Thurman was spotted on the Hoboken, New Jersey set of The Kill Room on Monday afternoon.

The 52-year-old performer appeared to be enjoying her time on set as she posed for a set of photos while making her way around the forthcoming project's production area.

The actress is set to reunite with her Pulp Fiction costar Samuel L. Jackson in the upcoming feature, which is currently in the middle of filming.

Hard at work: Uma Thurman was spotted on the Hoboken, New Jersey set of The Kill Room on Monday afternoon

Hard at work: Uma Thurman was spotted on the Hoboken, New Jersey set of The Kill Room on Monday afternoon

Thurman was costumed in a white shirt worn underneath a pinstripe vest during the shooting process.

The Kill Bill star vol. 1 and 2 star also rocked a slightly wide-legged set of black pants and a pair of dark blue shoes.

The Academy Award-winning performer added a bit of color to her look with a blue-and-red tie and accessorized with a set of earrings.

Her gorgeous blonde hair cascaded onto her shoulders and contrasted perfectly with the neutral tones of her outfit.

Dressed by the occasion: Thurman was costumed in a white shirt worn underneath a pinstripe vest during the shooting process

Dressed by the occasion: Thurman was costumed in a white shirt worn underneath a pinstripe vest during the shooting process

Development on The Kill Room was initially announced last month by The Hollywood Reporter.

The forthcoming feature is centered on an assassin who becomes an overnight avant-garde art sensation while also being involved in a money-laundering scheme.

The hitman is then forced to play the forces of the world of art against the criminal underworld at large.

Thurman will portray an art dealer in the forthcoming feature, while Jackson is set to play the assassin's boss.

Storyline: The forthcoming feature is centered on an assassin who becomes an overnight avant-garde art sensation while also being involved in a money-laundering scheme

Storyline: The forthcoming feature is centered on an assassin who becomes an overnight avant-garde art sensation while also being involved in a money-laundering scheme

Joe Manganiello joined the cast of the feature last month, although his role is unknown at this time.

Director and producer Nicol Paone gave a statement to The Hollywood Reporter to express his excitement for the forthcoming film. 

'Getting to make The Kill Room...with Uma Thurman and Samuel L. Jackson is beyond my wildest dreams,' he said.

The filmmaker also made a point of highlighting the talent of the former costars. 

Being honest: Director and producer Nicol Paone stated that 'Getting to make The Kill Room...with Uma Thurman and Samuel L. Jackson is beyond my wildest dreams'

Being honest: Director and producer Nicol Paone stated that 'Getting to make The Kill Room...with Uma Thurman and Samuel L. Jackson is beyond my wildest dreams'

'Every moment they're onscreen, they are both enviable and eye-catching. I am eternally grateful to both of them for saying yes, and I am thrilled to bring this to life,' he said.

Producers Jordan Yale Levine and Jordan Beckerman also spoke to the media outlet and noted that the project's team was highly talented and ready to begin working on the movie.

'The combination of Uma and Sam for this project is a dream come true. We are certain that Nicol is going to deliver a special film, and one that strikes the perfect balance between dark humor and edge-of-your-seat thrills,' they said.

The Kill Room's prospective release date has not been revealed to the public as of yet. 

Future release: The Kill Room's prospective release date has not been revealed to the public as of yet

Future release: The Kill Room's prospective release date has not been revealed to the public as of yet

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Uma Thurman looks business chic on New Jersey set of the forthcoming feature The Kill Room

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