If you need a good laugh today, you came to the right place. This 90's inspired car dealership commercial starring Jimmy Fallon, Jessican Biel and Crudrup will have you laughing out loud.
The trio didn't rehearse their lines before launching into the funny sketch, so they were reading the cue cards for the first time while filming — and it certainly showed.
Pulp Fiction was one of the most iconic movies of the 90's. Although nearly everyone has seen it, there is a lot of things people may not know about the film. Here we count down 5 of the most shocking facts about the Pulp Fiction movie!
1. Bruce Willis Was Not The First Choice For Butch
The role of Butch was originally promised to Matt Dillon but went to Bruce Willis because Tarantino felt it got bigger buzz generated for his movie.
2. Uma Thurman Won Tarantino Over For Her Role
Michelle Pfeiffer, Meg Ryan, Holly Hunter and Rosanna Arquette were all reportedly considered for the role of Mia Wallace, the sexy and drug-addicted wife of the burly crime boss. But Tarantino had decided on Uma Thurman immediately after their first meeting. "Uma's the only person he met with [by himself]," Lawrence Bender said.
3. The Actors On THe Film Were All Compensated The Same
Now this is something you never hear in Hollywood. Every single one of the actors in the film agreed to be paid $20,000 a week as well as sharing a percentage of the profits from the movie.
4. The 1964 Malibu Was Stolen From The Set
The 1964 Chevy Malibu Vincent drives in the film actually belonged to Tarantino...and it was stolen after production wrapped. Almost 20 years later, the car was found in Oakland, Calif., in 2013.
5. The Biggest Expense Wasn't The Cast
Made for just $8 million, the biggest expense of the film didn't go toward the star-studded cast, but to creating the Jack Slim's Diner set, which cost $150,000.