The film is anything but subtle. There’s no sugar-coating here and perhaps that’s a good thing.
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Interview: India Eisley Talks ‘Kite’, Working with Samuel L. Jackson and Getting Made-Up to Look Horrible
India talks about auditioning for Kite and how it took 2 years to find out she got the role, working with Sam Jackson and the worst audition she’s ever had.
Kingsman: The Secret Service tells the story of a super-secret spy organization that recruits an…
Kingsmen: The Secret Service: Based upon the acclaimed comic book and directed by Matthew Vaughn…
Samuel L. Jackson stopped by Good Morning America earlier this week to talk about Captain…
Samuel L. Jackson Talks About His Early Career Addictions: “When I went to auditions I smelt of alcohol and my eyes were a little red”
Many people do not know that Samuel L. Jackson had significant substance abuse problems that derailed his acting career for many years before his 1990s breakthrough.
Samuel L. Jackson continues his long association with director Quentin Tarantino with a major role in Django Unchained. Jackson plays Stephen, the head slave on the plantation known as Candieland. A Tarantino film on its own is often a source of controversy, but the controversy surrounding Django Unchained is heightened because it deals with slavery.
In Theaters: December 25th
While Jackson has worked with most of the other Avengers actors separately before, now that they’re in one film he realizes that it’s finally happening and that it’s possible to live up to the ultra-high expectations.
Documentary Trailer: Follow Director Kenny Leon as he Prepares Kids for a Monologue Competition in ‘The Start of Dreams’
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At first it’s surprising that the highest grossing box office actor of all time isn’t someone like John Wayne or Arnold Schwarzenegger, but Samuel L. Jackson.
Jackson is thankful that his salary from his blockbuster films allows him to explore smaller, more challenging work like The Mountaintop, a Broadway play in which Jackson appears as Martin Luther King, Jr.
Samuel L. Jackson and Angela Bassett are starring in The Mountaintop, which is currently in previews at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre.