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Samuel L. Jackson on 'Miss Peregrine,' Tim Burton's Style, and What's Next for Nick Fury

Samuel L. Jackson is lounging in a booth at the Gallow Green restaurant at the McKittrick Hotel in New York City. His e-cigarette is resting on the table and he's leaning back with one knee up, like a calm, cool, modern reimagining of a renaissance painting. But in reality, he's pretty exhausted. He began the press rounds with the rest of the cast of "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children" around 6 a.
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