The incredible crossover between two of the best Quentin Tarantino movies that we will never see


 Quentin Tarantino has accumulated countless projects that came to nothing throughout his career, but one of the most striking would have led to a crossover between 'Reservoir Dogs' and 'Pulp Fiction', two of his best films. In addition, the project had two different incarnations, but even then it did not succeed.

The truth is that Tarantino began to weigh the idea for 'The Vega Brothers' shortly after the success of his second feature film. The idea was to recover Vic Vega and Vincent Vega, the characters played by Michael Madsen in 'Reservoir Dogs' and John Travolta in 'Pulp Fiction', on the basis that they were both brothers.

The film would have been a prequel to both 'Reservoir Dogs' and 'Pulp Fiction', because Tarantino simply had no choice after what happened to both characters in those films. This is what the great filmmaker pointed out about the premise back in 2007:

At that time, the project had already changed its title and was renamed 'Double V Vega', but Tarantino himself recognized even then that it was very unlikely that it would ever be made. He even clarified that he had an idea for it not to be a prequel: "they both had older brothers and they both come together because of his death. And they both want revenge or something like that."

Unfortunately, Tarantino concluded that both actors were "too old" to do something like that. Everything seemed to stop there, but several years later Madsen provided new details about the film:

However, these statements by Madsen were not accompanied by a new interest from Tarantino towards the project. And it is that if the actors were already older in 2007, that was not going to change. That I highly doubt that the author of 'The Hateful Eight' is going to bet on making a film in the style of 'The Irishman' and rejuvenating his protagonists digitally for so long.

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