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We've just learned that one particular fan-favorite Marvel character owes his increased presence in the MCU to Samuel L. Jackson's negotiations with the major studio.
The Legend Of Tarzan is just one of numerous blockbusters we have to look forward to this summer. But why should we be excited? Click inside to find out.
Everything we know (and everything you should know) about Vin Diesel's upcoming return to the xXx franchise with xXx: The Return of Xander Cage.
Thanks to the power of CGI, you’d think that the amount of vine swinging actually done by Alexander Skarsgard for the new movie The Legend of Tarzan would be kept to a minimum. This, however, wasn’t the case on director David Yates’ set.
Vin Diesel has just released a video of himself and Sam Jackson cutting loose on the set of xXx: The Return of Xander Cage, and it reminds us exactly why we love these guys
Samuel L. Jackson's return as Nick Fury might not be too far away. In fact, it's been speculated that he'll actually appear in Thor: Ragnorak.
Samuel L Jackson apparently just can't get enough of Stephen King, because The Hateful Eight star may be joining his third movie based on the work of the horror master.
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 Tarantino’s 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. Jackson’s career has given him so many memorable lines that he’s 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 I’m 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, he’ll tell you that the success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe isn’t 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.