Quentin Tarantino is a world renowned director and writer. His creations include Pulp Fiction, but that doesn’t mean he can do anything he likes with that intellectual property.

Tarantino is being sued by Miramax Films over the director auctioning off Pulp Fiction NFTs. The move studio behind that project doesn’t appreciate Quentin auctioning something they claim he has no right to sell.

Miramax claims that Tarantino is trying to sell a set of digital tokens featuring some iconic moments from Pulp Fiction. The movie studio owns the rights though, and they are suing according to TMZ.

In the docs, Miramax claims Quentin pressed ahead anyway and is now promoting the hell out of the upcoming auction on social media. So, the studio says it had no choice but to drag him to court.


We will have to see who wins this case. Miramax is after money and they want a judge to halt that NFT sale. Quentin Tarantino’s camp has declined to comment.

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