The endlessly quotable Pulp Fiction wouldn’t be the same without Samuel L. Jackson’s Ezekiel speech, which has consistently been voted as one of the best movie speeches of all time.
The altered biblical passage, taken largely from Ezekiel 25:17, is recited several times in the film. Scholars and critics have debated its usage and meaning since the movie’s 1994 release. Tarantino was inspired to… Continue reading See Samuel L. Jackson Recite His 'Pulp Fiction' Speech From Memory, Plus: The Original Movie the Quote Comes From
For a while the villain in Matthew Vaughn’s “The Secret Service,” an adaptation of a limited comic book series by Mark Millar (“Kick-Ass”) and Dave Gibbons (“Watchmen”), was the movie’s biggest missing puzzle piece. The two leads — Colin Firth, set to play a veteran spy, and Taron Egerton, his young apprentice — were a lock, but the villain eluded the… Continue reading Samuel L. Jackson Set as Villain in 'The Secret Service'
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Appearing in the faux B.E.T. show within the show, What Up With That? Christmas Spectacular, Samuel L. Jackson spoofed himself — and then some — on Saturday Night Live.
Jackson was appearing on ‘What Up’ to promote his charitable foundation but ‘host’ Kenan Thompson kept interrupting him with musical numbers.
“Don’t you dare cut me off! F**k!”Jackson, playing a pitch perfect caricature of himself, finally yelled.
PHOTOS… Continue reading Samuel L. Jackson Drops F-Bomb On 'Saturday Night Live'
Quentin Tarantino is finally fleshing out his cast for ‘Django Unchained,’ his “Southern” about a freed slave (Jamie Foxx) who teams with a German bounty hunter (Christophe Waltz) to retrieve his long-lost love from an evil plantation owner (Leonardo DiCaprio). Variety reports that Samuel L. Jackson has officially come on board after months of rumors to take the role of the plantation owner’s right-hand man, while Gerald McRaney… Continue reading Samuel L. Jackson, Gerald McRaney Saddle Up for 'Django Unchained'