Quentin Tarantino Is Selling 7 Never-Before-Seen ‘Pulp Fiction’ Scenes as NFTs

The owners of Tarantino’s “Secret NFTs” will be able to choose whether to reveal the undisclosed “Pulp Fiction” content to the world.


Quentin Tarantino is the latest celebrity to enter the world of NFTs with exclusive, previously unreleased content from his iconic 1994 movie Pulp Fiction.

“NFT” is an acronym for “Non-Fungible Token.” While most other cryptos like Bitcoin are mutually interchangeable, an NFT possesses a unique encrypted ID, making it irreplaceable.

But what Tarantino is selling on leading NFT marketplace OpenSea are “Secret NFTs.” While NFTs based on common blockchains like Etherium display metadata and images by default, the Secret Network’s Secret NFTs use their own unique blockchain, giving owners the power to keep their identities and NFT data private.

Seven uncut Pulp Fiction scenes will be paired with “first handwritten scripts of ‘Pulp Fiction’ and exclusive custom commentary from Tarantino, revealing secrets about the film and its creator,” according to a statement obtained by IndieWire.

Tarantino expanded on the content on stage at the NFT.NYC conference in New York City.

“For instance, the character that John Travolta plays, Vincent… he wasn’t Vincent originally,” the 58-year-old director said per CNET. “All the misspellings, all the weird doodles, all the weird notes to myself that are written in this thing, it’s all there.”

Because of Secret NFTs’ private nature, the owner of each will be able to choose whether or not to reveal the information contained in each to the world.

“When you get it, it’s yours,” Tarantino added at the conclusion of the brief appearance.

The first Pulp Fiction NFT is set to hit the block on OpenSea in the next month—click here to join the waiting list.