I want to make it clear right up front that this information comes from Reddit, so it's tough to verify its legitimacy. But assuming that it's true, this is a cool look inside the mind of writer/director Quentin Tarantino before casting took place on his mainstream success story Pulp Fiction.
I'm always fascinated by the casting process and who missed out on playing certain roles, and that goes double for this specific film because it featured amazing characters that completely changed the course of the lives of the actors who played them (John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson chief among them). Pulp Fiction is such a classic, but with names like Johnny Depp, Michael Keaton, Dennis Quaid, Al Pacino, Denzel Washington, John Cusack, Bill Paxton, and Jennifer Jason Leigh popping up on this list, it's fascinating to think about the movie with a completely different group of actors in the lead roles and imagine if it'd be as effective with those new faces. Take a look at the list below (via The Playlist):