15 Pulp Fiction Facts That Are Tastier Than A Royale With Cheese

15 Pulp Fiction Facts That Are Tastier Than A Royale With Cheese

This is a deeply involved movie that took us on multiple adventures within the lives of people who were both good and bad (mostly bad) and it became an instant cult classic! It was raw and rough in so many ways but it was weaved together in such a flawless fashion that we absolutely entranced with every aspect of it. So, here are 15 facts about this Tarantino flick that will blow your mind:

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1. The 1964 Chevelle Malibu that Vincent drove was stolen during the film.

It belonged to Quentin Tarantino and he thought it was gone for good but the police did eventually find it.

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2. The name ‘Honey Bunny’ came from a real bunny.

The editor of the film’s screenplay, Linda Chen, only agreed to edit if Tarantino watched her pet rabbit, Honey Bunny. He didn’t and the rabbit later died so they named Amanda Plummer’s character this in the bunny’s honor.

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3. The “F” bomb was dropped 265 times in this movie.

That’s a lot of cursing!

4. Matt Dillon was considered to play the role of Butch.

Dillon took some time to think about it but while he was doing this, Quentin changed his mind after meeting Bruce Willis.

5. This rage was due to an angry audition.

Just before Samuel L. Jackson auditioned for the part of Jules, one of the film’s assistants called him Laurence Fishburne which Samuel should be used to because it happens a lot but it still upsets him greatly. This anger carried over into his character and gave him a bit of an edge.

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