How Pulp Fiction Almost Starred Matt Dillon And Daniel Day-Lewis

Quentin Tarantino.s Pulp Fiction turns 20 next year. This cold reality might explain why the usually verbose filmmaker has been turning wistful in recent interviews, reflecting on his complete body of work, his legacy, and the amount of films he thinks he has left in him. Tarantino opened up recently about how hard he had to fight to get John Travolta cast as Vincent Vega in Fiction. But there are tons of fascinating casting decisions we really haven.t been aware of before now. In its thorough oral history of the making of Tarantino.s Pulp Fiction, Vanity Fair elaborates that produce Harvey Weinstein fought the director.s choice for Travolta, suggesting Daniel Day-Lewis, Sean Penn and William Hurt (!!) for the part of a foot-massage-loving hit man. That wasn.t the only issue. According to Vf, Bruce Willis originally wanted to play Vega as well, and when Travolta got the
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