Courtney Love Claims Kurt Cobain Turned Down A Role In Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction

In a recent interview, Courtney Love stated that in 1993, Kurt Cobain turned down an offer from Quentin Tarantino to play a small roll in the classic movie Pulp Fiction.  She said,

“You ever wonder why he thanked Quentin on the back of In Utero? Quentin asked him to play Eric Stoltz’s part in Pulp Fiction. You can ask Quentin that, because it’s true”

Nirvana In Utero Quinten Tarantino Pulp Fiction In Utero Nirvana Thank You Quentin Tarentin Tarantino

Kurt (Nirvana) did indeed thank Quentin in the special thanks section of In Utero but misspelled Tarantino’s name.

Kurt Cobain Pulp Fiction Quentin Tarantino In Utero

Tarantino, however has previously denied that he ever even met Cobain, much less offered him a role in the movie but for some reason Tarentino thanked Nirvana in the special thanks section of the Pulp Fiction Soundtrack.

Pulp Fiction Soundtrack Nirvana Thank You R.I.P. Kurt Quentin Tarantino

Pulp Fiction Soundtrack Quentin Tarantino Nirvana (R.I.P. Kurt)

Even adding (R.I.P. Kurt) since the soundtrack was released six months after Kurt’s death.

Kurt Cobain (R.I.P.) Pulp Fiction Soundtrack Quentin Tarantino

I really don’t know who is telling the truth here.  Love went on to add,

Quentin thought Kurt would be just perfect for the part of a laidback hippie married to some shrill, bitchy harpy who looked like trailer trash and was always running her mouth about some dumb sh– HEY WAIT A MINUTE!”

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