Chapter Five: A Bloody Battle For Money
While he was touring the world pimping Grindhouse, Tarantino began to write solidly again.
At Cannes 2008, the director announced that he had finished the first draft of the “final” script and would be starting in on the second. He also admitted that he hoped to have the finished film ready for Cannes 2009.
In July the same year, Tarantino’s reps began sending the screenplay around to various studios.
Though Grindhouse had largely been a commercial failure, The Weinstein Company was still supportive of the director. The company agreed to co-produce the film with Universal Studios, which signed on to provide a chunk of the finance.
Now that he had his dosh, QT was finally ready to get down to the work of casting and shooting the thing.
There was just one slight problem…
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