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Race has always been a difficult issue in America. Recently, the Academy Awards have made the topic a major conversation in Hollywood. For many actors, however, it has been a daily issue that they have always had to deal with.
Though Daisy Ridley's Rey is obviously the one with the biggest connection to the Force in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Samuel L. Jackson brings up an interesting point about John Boyega's Finn.
With the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens the rankings have changed yet again. Take a look at the top ten highest grossing actors of all time.
We have received some interesting new casting information regarding Vin Diesel's upcoming xXx: The Return of Xander Cage. Get the details.
Describe what Pulp Fiction's Jules Winnfield looks like. Does he look like he'd have an Afro? Someone tried to give him an Afro, but through some humorous circumstances, that never happened.
Samuel L. Jackson made the transition from character actor to Hollywood Star thanks to Quentin Tarantinoís Pulp Fiction. That movie gave him one of the most quotable lines in Hollywood history, which has apparently founds its way into other films as well.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens may be one of the biggest movies ever, but it is not without flaws, and even members of the Star Wars, like Samuel L. Jackson, have issues.
Samuel L. Jacksonís career has given him so many memorable lines that heís stereotyped as a wizard of memorable dialogue. But can he re-write film history and make classic quotes of the past his own?
Some who have been lucky enough to see The Hateful Eight a second time (or more) claim that it gets better once you know all of the characters and fully understand their true motivations. And that might be the case. But for me, the best part of the story was not knowing, and waiting to decipher the inherent mystery in the plot. And it sounds like Iím not alone.
Vin Diesel is ready to step back into the shoes of Xander Cage in xXx: The Return of Xander Cage. The NSA agent, as always, needs a handler and now we have some good news about who that handler will be.
If you ask Nick Fury himself Samuel L. Jackson, heíll tell you that the success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe isnít due so much to the talent as it is for this other reason.
Quentin Tarantino peppers his movies with all manner of allusions and references, and apparently that approach extends to the way he directs his films as well, at least according to Samuel L. Jackson.
As it turns out, being the star of major motion pictures has benefits outside of fame and fortune, as one big star recently used making a movie as an excuse to get out of jury duty.
Itís hard to believe there was a time that Quentin Tarantino didnít just give Samuel L. Jackson whatever role he wanted, but the first time they met in a professional capacity, it did not go well for the actor.
If you thought the stories of making a movie with Samuel L. Jackson were interesting, wait until you read this latest story of how a case of mistaken identity would help Jackson nail one of his most iconic roles.
It isnít exactly surprising to see Samuel L. Jackson during a regular trip to the movie theater, as the guy regularly stars in multiple features each year and is a mainstay on the big screen. What you may not know, however, is that if you live in his neighborhood thereís actually a good chance that you could actually see him sitting just a few seats over from you at the local cineplex.
Quentin Tarantino has a twisted mind, and Samuel L. Jackson is one of the few who knows the lengths heís willing ó and unwilling ó to go. According to his own testimony, the actor performed such hard-to-watch actions in Django Unchained that they had to be cut from the film.
We've been talking about Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight for what seems like forever, but now the first trailer has rolled into town to offer our best look yet at this bloody Western. And it looks pretty spectacular. Watch the footage below.
Legendary Picturesí upcoming Kong: Skull Island is a film that is about as dark and mysterious as its titular location. The movie has had some difficulty lining up its cast, but now they have three great actors lined up.
Unbreakable starring Bruce Willis as the unbreakable man was released in 2000, and director M. Night Shyamalan and his actors are still talking about a sequel that may never happen. Mostly everyone seems to be on board, including Samuel L. Jackson.