That’s Why Tarantino Never Made a Pulp Fiction Sequel

Big Kahuna Burger From PULP FICTION

Looper tells us the reasons why Quentin Tarantino never made a sequel to his 1994 cult classic film Pulp Fiction.

Pulp Fiction was writer-director Quentin Tarantino’s second full-length feature after 1992’s Reservoir Dogs, and it defied all expectations by earning a whopping $200 million on a mere $8 million budget. The movie confirmed that the young writer-director had a distinct and exciting new voice to offer Hollywood. The film’s success and genre transcendence led many, including Tarantino himself, to hope for a follow-up film. But despite widespread interest, Pulp Fiction 2 hasn’t happened. Here’s why…

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