Quentin Tarantino moves forward with 'Pulp Fiction' NFT collection
Despite pending Miramax lawsuit
Legendary director Quentin Tarantino is going ahead with his Pulp Fiction NFT collection, despite a pending lawsuit with the film studio behind the movie, Miramax.
Last November, Quentin Tarantino revealed that he will auction seven “secret NFTs” featuring uncut scenes from “Pulp Fiction”, along with bonus content that only the NFT owners can access, such as original handwritten scripts from the film and an exclusive audio commentary from Tarantino himself.
Miramax quickly responded to the news by filing a lawsuit against the director, accusing him of breach of contract, trademark infringement and unfair competition, according to court documents.
While it seemed likely that the NFT auction would get cancelled, Tarantino is still going ahead with it. Tarantino and his partner SCRT Labs, the creator of a privacy-focused blockchain, will auction off the NFTs between January 17th and January 31st.
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