Miramax Sues Tarantino for Copyright Infringement Over “Pulp Fiction” NFT Sale
Miramax is suing director Quentin Tarantino over his plans to sell exclusive Pulp Fiction NFTs, which could be worth millions of dollars. The movie studio argues that it holds the rights to sell NFTs. Tarantino stands accused of copyright and trademark infringement as well as breach of contract, for which Miramax requests damages.
With the NFT craze reaching new heights, Quentin Tarantino finds himself at the receiving end of a copyright infringement battle.
The director of movie classics such as Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill plans to sell NFTs to the public. These NFTs will unlock handwritten scripts and exclusive custom commentary from Tarantino, which could be worth millions of dollars.
Tarantino is collaborating with the Secret Network, a.k.a. SCRT Labs. They officially announced the planned sale a few weeks ago and launched a dedicated website where interested parties can join a waiting list.
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