In the same interview, Love told the reporter that Tarantino himself can confirm the rumor. So why hasn't anyone asked yet? The press tour for Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is about to start, so for the love of grunge, someone pop this question. Even if, once again, he says he never met Cobain, it will surely inspire one of Courtney Love's greatest Twitter rants. Nostalgia is huge right now, and a Tarantino/Love feud is the snippet from 1995 we all need right now.
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Glenn Danzig Was Considered To Play Wolverine
As impossible as it seems, Hugh "Did You See Him In Oklahoma? He's Actually Pretty Good" Jackman wasn't always the #1 choice for Wolverine. Russell Crowe and Dougray Scott were up for it at one point, and producers were also apparently considering Glenn Danzig of Misfits fame.
It makes sense in the loosest way possible. Danzig is only 5 feet 4 inches, so he definitely would have been the shorter version of Wolverine from the comics. He's also a huge comic fanatic, and a screenwriter for the first X-Men did say he came in to read for the role. There exists an alternate reality in which Glenn Danzig is Wolverine, and if there isn't already Sliders fanfic about that, there really should be.
Although it's probably for the best that Danzig didn't end up with the job. In an interview with LA Weekly, he said he thought the first X-Men film was terrible and that if he played Logan, he "wouldn't have been as gay" as Jackman. Not really sure how hitting on Jean Grey for 120 minutes can be construed as gay, but I kind of hope Danzig does get cast in the next X-Men film ... in the role of Glenn Danzig, and the movie is nothing but two hours of Nightcrawler kicking him in the dick.