3 expensive and odd things Quentin Tarantino has bought

3 odd things Quentin Tarantino has bought

Quentin Tarantino has earned a lot of money over the years through filmmaking, but what he spends his money on might surprise you.

Quentin Tarantino is an award-winning American film director, screenwriter, and actor. He is known for his stylish and violent movies. He rose to fame in the early 1990s for his unique directing method that relied heavily on dialogue. 

His screenplays are usually full of unforgettable lines and scenes. He has become a cult director around the world while achieving superstar status. As of 2021, Quentin Tarantino's net worth is $120 million. Let's see 3 of the most expensive and crazy things he has bought:

It's speculated that after a given period of time, Tarantino will be receiving all of the money of the movie

3. Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

With that being said, the movie had a $95 million budget, all covered by Sony, making Tarantino quite unique when it comes to such privileges.

Usually, the studios have full ownership over the copyrights of a movie for a lifetime, but for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, it is speculated that after a given period of time, Tarantino will be receiving all of the money, because that's how he wanted to close the deal with Sony. Thus, there is a very intricate process that actually shifts the ownership from the studio to the filmmaker.

Tarantino loves film, and he can’t imagine a world where every movie will be digitally projected

2. New Beverly Cinema

This is the place where young Tarantino went to watch films all the time back in the day. Moreover, as the filmmaker told a news publication, the cinema has one particular feature: everything that they show (since 2014) will be only on film, not digital.

This is a really special thing for Tarantino. He loves film, and he can’t imagine a world where every movie will be digitally projected. According to him, that is just television in public.

Quentin Tarantino is a big Wu-Tang fan

1. Wu-Tang Clan's "One Of A Kind" Million Dollar Album

Quentin Tarantino had the money, the passion (he is a big Wu-Tang fan), and was proven that he could be a very impulsive buyer.

Plus, he is known for his adversities regarding the Digital Era. All of these facts are indicating him as the buyer, although we do not have full confirmation of the purchase.

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