Bruce Willis’ Casting Was Crucial To Getting Pulp Fiction Made
When Quentin Tarantino began casting for “Pulp Fiction,” Miramax wanted a big-name actor attached to the film.
When Bruce Willis, a big-name actor who happened to be a big fan of Tarantino’s breakout debut film “Reservoir Dogs,” found out that the director was prepping for his second film, he wanted a role …
even if it meant taking a pay cut.As Vanity Fair tells it, Harvey Keitel, who would go on to play the scrupulous clean-up man in “Pulp Fiction,” was picking up his daughter from Bruce Willis’ home in Malibu when he told him about the upcoming project.
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