Pulp Fiction: 10 facts about the Quentin Tarantino Movie’s behind the scenes

Pulp Fiction facts

Pulp Fiction is a highly influential movie. And if you loved the movie, here are some amazing behind the scene details.


Pulp Fiction: Behind the scenes:

Robert Rodriguez Directed Quentin Tarantino’s Scene In Pulp Fiction:


Undoubtedly, Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez have performed a hand in each other’s film. While Tarantino directed a sequence in Sin Metropolis. On the other hand, Robert Rodriguez called the pictures in Pulp Fiction.

John Travolta Bought Recommendation From A Former Heroin Addict To Put together For His Function:

Tarantino recruited his pal who is a drug addict to present John Travolta within the correct state of mind.

Quentin Tarantino Wrote Vincent Vega For Michael Madsen, However, He Turned It Down:

It is not something unusual that writers write the characters with some actors in mind. However, the fact is that everyone will not be in your wavelength and you have to face some rejections.

Not only Harvey Weinstein was determined to cast Day-Lewis over John Travolta, but also Day-Lewis wanted to take it.

Pulp Fiction

It seems that Quentin Tarantino loves his four-letter word. Fuxk is dropped whooping 265 times and 

The Well-known Dance Scene Was Improvised ‘Fairly A Bit,’ In accordance To John Travolta

No doubt that Quentin Tarantino loves a dance scene and hence head-bobbing tunes play an important role in each of his films.

Samuel L. Jackson’s Anger Throughout The Ultimate Audition Secured Him The Half

Jackson has been awarded an Oscar for his role in Pulp fiction. The movie made him the superstar. And we can’t imagine anyone else playing his part of Jules Winnfield.

It’s apparent in all the films of Quentin Tarantino that he is a big fan of cool cars and there is a purple Chevrolet Malibu that was featured in Pulp Fiction.


Also read: Green Lantern Corps Is In Development But When Will It Release? Find Out Everything You Need To Know!!