Miramax Films is partnering with White Space Entertainment to bring direct to consumers a line of product based on its films. The first of these will be products based on Quentin Tarantino’s, ‘Pulp Fiction,’ according to reporting in Variety.
Stephanie Sperber, CEO of White Space Entertainment says, “Miramax and their iconic films resonate across many audiences. We’re looking forward to kicking things off with a celebration of ‘Pulp Fiction’s’ 25th anniversary aimed at fans, collectors and film buffs.”
Miramax CEO Bill Block is equally enthusiastic about the partnership. “Stephanie and her team are world-class. We are excited to have them as partners as we expand our global consumer products business, leveraging our unparalleled library titles as well as our new projects.”
Tarantino has come under fire in recent years as result of the #MeToo movement. It is unclear as to whether or not that will have an impact on the release of ‘Pulp Fiction’ merchandise moving forward. Miramax was founded in 1979 by Bob and Harvey Weinstein and sold in 2016 to beIN Media Group.
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