Tarantino To Auction 'Pulp Fiction' NFTs Despite Miramax Suit

By Tiffany Hu (January 5, 2022, 8:52 PM EST) -- Quentin Tarantino is moving forward with his planned sales of nonfungible tokens attached to parts of a handwritten screenplay for his 1994 hit movie "Pulp Fiction" amid a legal battle with his former movie studio, Miramax.

The director, through the Israeli company SCRT Labs, announced in a blog post Wednesday that the NFT auctions of "fan-favorite moments" from parts of a handwritten screenplay of "Pulp Fiction" will begin Jan. 17 and continue through the end of the month. NFTs are digital tokens that convey ownership in an asset.

"In collaboration with SCRT Labs, Tarantino has turned chapters from this historic document into...

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