The legal team representing the Oscar-laden Director/Producer/12yr-old-stuck-in-a-man’s-body have uncovered a dozen scripts penned by a mysterious ‘Q.Tarantino c/o Beverly Hills ’ which bear a startling ‘resemblance’ to the latest screenplay of the infamous creator of ‘Kill Bill Volumes I-X’. While the gossip website Gawker is to be sued for contributory copyright infringement, there is a case to be made that Tarantino may have been deliberately writing facsimiles of the same ‘self-indulgent twaddle’ since 1992.
One patent lawyer explained: ‘Originally it was assumed that this was the first time Mr Tarantino had innovatively written in an openly racist style, while pretending to only be ‘ironically’ racist...but then we saw ‘Django Unchained’. Likewise we assumed the pioneering use of non-linear tourettes was unique to ‘The Hateful Eight’, but then we stumbled over every other film-school-wannabe-piece-of-sh*t movie he ever created. There seems to be a pattern...’
There is growing evidence that Quentin Tarantino’s own media interviews may have been plagiarised from an original 90’s transcript entitled ‘Why cool guys with guns in no way glorifies violence’. Although Gawker Media may have destroyed Tarantino’s latest project and face damages in excess of $1m, the site's editor-in-chief John Cook is at least ‘a dead cert’ for the next honorary Oscar ‘for services to film’.