Metallica Turned Down Quentin Tarantino

(Rock News Desk) Quentin Tarantino wanted Metallica to appear on the soundtrack of 2003 movie Kill Bill but Lars Ulrich avoided giving him an answer because he couldn't understand the script.

The drummer describes the move as his "favourite mistake" in a Newsweek series of similar stories. And he reveals Tarantino choreographed the movie's fight scenes to match the thrash band's tracks Enter Sandman and Sad But True.

Ulrich explains how the conversation unfolded after he "facilitated" a dinner with the director. "One of the most surreal 30 minutes of my life was having QT six inches from my face, eyes dancing, intensely animated, explaining in intricate detail how he had written and choreographed the two main fight scenes." But what was the problem?

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