Quentin Tarantino
Art Streiber
United States
2021

Quentin
Tarantino

The cherished but controversial director spent the pandemic lockdown with his wife and son in her native Israel, working not on the script for his tenth — and potentially final, per Tarantino — film, but his first book, a novelization of his 2019 release “Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood.” Dubbed a “pulpy page-turner” by The New York Times, the 400-page paperback, published in June 2021, expanded on characters’ backstories, changed up some scenes and served as a platform for Tarantino to further expound on his late ’60s pop culture obsessions. It’s the first product of a two-book deal he signed with HarperCollins in 2020 that will be followed by “Cinema Speculation,” described as a deep dive into ’70s cinema-mixing essays, reviews and personal recollections.

Career

  • PULP FICTION
  • DJANGO UNCHAINED
  • ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD

Variety Honors

  • 2018 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2019 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2020 Variety500 Honoree
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Quentin Tarantino's Attorney Responds to 'Pulp Fiction' NFT Lawsuit: 'Miramax Is Wrong'

Quentin Tarantino's Attorney Responds to 'Pulp Fiction' NFT Lawsuit: 'Miramax Is Wrong'

UPDATED: Quentin Tarantino's attorney has responded to a lawsuit filed Tuesday accusing the director of copyright infringement by selling NFTs based on the screenplay for "Pulp Fiction."“Miramax is wrong -- plain and simple," Tarantino's attorney Bryan Freedman said in a statement. "Quentin Tarantino’s contract is clear: he has the right to sell NFTs of his hand-written script for Pulp Fiction and this ham-fisted attempt to prevent him from doing so will fail. But Miramax’s callous decision to disclose confidential information...

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