Samuel L. Jackson hopes to break his 'Unbreakable' villain Mr. Glass out of the asylum for a sequel.
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. Show More Summary
What does Rob Liefeld think of the Deadpool movie? How is Ant-Man going to do in theaters? Does Samuel L. Jackson want an Unbreakable sequel? What’s going on with Netflix’s Iron Fist series? Is Jon Bernthal continuing his Punisher studies?...Show More Summary
The "Thor" and "Punisher: War Zone" veteran talks with SPINOFF about his latest role, starring opposite of Samuel L. Jackson in "Big Game."
He has been both the Punisher and Volstagg in Marvel movies, but oddly enough it's in a movie from Finnland, of all places, that Ray Stevenson gets to punish Samuel L. Jackson. In Big Game, Jack...
With Big Game (review, review #2), starring Samuel L. Jackson, now in select theaters, Digital HD, and On Demand, Bloody Disgusting caught up with writer-director Jalmari Helander who broke down for Bloody readers his 5 favorite “big game” films! FIRST BLOOD “Okay, this is a hunt for a man, but it still has a lot […]
According o IMDb, Samuel L. Jackson currently has 163 credited roles as an actor. Even if you remove his appearances on television and video games, that still makes him one of the most prolific stars of our time. Since his filmography...Show More Summary
Victor Garber spoke with SPINOFF about portraying the United States of America's second-most powerful man, just under President Samuel L. Jackson.
A silly story embellished with chintzy CGI and Samuel L. Jackson as President of the United States.
Samuel L. Jackson, in town filming Spike Lee's "Chiraq," was spotted dining at Gibsons Rush Street steakery Monday night, while director Lee himself was seen next door at Hugo's Frog Bar. The post Stars on the town: Samuel L. Jackson, Mick Jagger, Judd Apatow appeared first on Chicago Entertainment - Chicago Sun-Times.
Jackson and a Finnish teen make a genial comedy duo in a low-budget blend of "Air Force One" and "E.T."
Everybody reacts to being in a Star Wars prequel differently. Natalie Portman went to Harvard. Liam Neeson realized he’d die if he ever stopped doing action movies. Samuel L. Jackson started showing up on movie sets and demanding to be in post-credits stingers. Show More Summary
Fans of popular actor Samuel L. Jackson got a kick out of spotting the Oscar nominee getting his barbeque fix at Chicago Q on Sunday night. The post Stars on the town: Samuel L. Jackson, Cusacks & those great Hawks! appeared first on Chicago Entertainment - Chicago Sun-Times.
Audible.com has persuaded stars such as Dustin Hoffman, Kate Winslet and Samuel L. Jackson to lend their voices to classic novels for the popular media format.
Sia, Stanley Tucci, Alice Cooper, Haley Joel Osment and Luke Wilson were among those who came out Friday night in support of men's cancer awareness. Continue reading
You will know his name is Samuel L. Jackson when he lays his vengeance upon one of our biggest killers.
Afro Samurai is set to continue the bloody work of Japan's noblest warriors in Afro Samurai 2: Revenge of Kuma. The sequel will follow the cartoon headed samurai Kuma as he tracks Samuel L. Jackson Afro to enact revenge against is departed loved ones, hence the title. Show More Summary
You don't need Samuel L. Jackson to tell you to hang on to these butts.
From the director of RARE EXPORTS comes the new BIG GAME Read the full article on AICN Have I got your attention now? Hey folks, Harry here... with a film that I'm super fucking jazzed to be doing a screening with, but even more than that - I'VE BEEN DYING TO SEE THIS ONE. Show More Summary
While Matthew Vaughn's Kingsman: The Secret Service focused exclusively on British heroes, the film wasn't without its American influences - as Samuel L. Jackson's villain character was from the states, and key scenes took place in the good ol' US of A. Show More Summary