UnNews:Tarantino caught watching porn parody of own film

From Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Straight talk, from straight faces UnNews Thursday, March 23, 2023, 05:13:59 (UTC)

Tarantino caught watching porn parody of own film UnNews Logo Potato.png

31 January 2023

Screenshot of Tarantino's cameo in an animated hentai version of Reservoir Dogs.

HOLLYWOOD -- Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino has issued an apology after being caught watching a porn parody of his 1994 classic Pulp Fiction.

On Monday, Tarantino was alone in a cafe when a fan approached and asked for a selfie. However, the fan didn't have his phone on him, and asked if Quentin could take it on his and just email the picture to him later. As Quentin was opening the camera app, the fan noticed a PornHub tab open, which was playing the acclaimed porn parody Pump Friction.

After the selfie was taken, the fan returned to his seat, logged into his throwaway Reddit account, and posted the following to the r/WeirdCelebrties subreddit:

Quentin Tarantino watches porn parodies of his own movies. Is that even normal??! Like, maybe that's where he gets the inspiration for his foot fetish? But, like if he watches the porn version of Django Unchained, does that make him a racist? Cause then it's about a black sex slave. And isn't it weird for the actors? How does he work with Sam Jackson, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Margot Robbie again after just watching them get fucked in the scenario of a scene that he wrote? It's like if actors watch their own movies!

This is why I like Andrew Clutterbuck. Dude doesn't watch his own stuff, and makes the show 100x better... until they write him off.

Tarantino stated that he got the idea of watching Pump Friction after watching a clip of Norm Macdonald on Late Night With Conan O'Brien.

"I mean, now hear me out," Tarantino stated. "There are funny parodies, like Scary Movie or whatever, but you see, I'm not a funny guy. I am, as you know, a horny guy. So watching people who look like Sam Jackson and Johnny Travolta go at it, I think at least, makes for good cinema."

Brad Pitt, who starred in the Quentin films Inglorious Bastards (2009) and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood... (2019), has spoken out about the allegations claiming that at least he wasn't watching AI generated deep fake porn, as that would just be "really weird and creepy."