Director Quentin Tarantino is launching an auction on January 17 for his first NFT collection.
The first piece to the collection is individual chapters from his Oscar-winning screenplay for the class film, Pulp Fiction.
Each NFT in the collection consists of the original script from a single iconic scene, as well as personalized audio commentary from Quentin Tarantino himself.
According to the official announcement, the collector will gain “an insight into the secrets of Quentin Tarantino’s mind and creative process.”
But, ahead of the auction, film studio Miramax, which produced Pulp Fiction, filed a lawsuit for breach of contract. Miramax claims that they own the rights of the film and that Tarantino’s project of selling NFTs of his hand-written script amounts to copyright infringement.