Two weeks ago, Samuel L. Jackson took to social media to challenge celebrities to speak out against police brutality by singing “We Ain’t Gonna Stop, Till People Are Free”.
(NSFW: Language) The Fine Bros and The Kloons teamed up to create this shot-for-shot remake of Samuel L. Jackson’s shining moment in Pulp Fiction. In a swimming pool. They also did one from the Hunger Games.
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20th Century Fox has just released a new International trailer for Matthew Vaughn‘s action-thriller film "Kingsman: The Secret Service" starring Colin Firth, Michael Caine, Taron Egerton, and Samuel L. Jackson. Based upon the acclaimed...Show More Summary
Not a day goes by that we couldn't put up a post about Bill O'Reilly's arrogance and sense of white privilege, so when we do, it's truly egregious. This Talking Points Memo segment from Wednesday's show was one of those over-the-topShow More Summary
Fox News host Bill O’Reilly criticized actor Samuel L. Jackson on Wednesday, saying that Jackson was trying to undermine faith in the justice system by calling on fellow celebrities to sing a protest song concerning the use of violence by police. “At this point, Samuel L. Jackson has...
Bill O’Reilly went after Samuel L. Jackson tonight for his “I Can’t Breathe” song telling people to stand up to “racist police.” O’Reilly scolded Jackson for trying to “diminish” America. O’Reilly spent most of his Talking Points Memo going down a list of why black Americans “dislike this country.” He defended the U.S. as a [...]
The Fine Brothers and The Kloons recently teamed up to created an underwater shot-for-shot remake (previously) of Jules Winnfield‘s (Samuel L. Jackson) epic bible verse scene from the 1994 film Pulp Fiction. Being underwater won’t stop Jules from reciting a bible verse. The original movie scene for comparison:
Samuel L. Jackson has issued his own challenge to the celebrities who took part in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge this summer as a way to raise awareness about another important cause. On Saturday, the actor posted a video to his Facebook...Show More Summary
It turns out Samuel L. Jackson has a voice as big as his heart. The celebrated actor recently made a video calling out celebrities who participated in the ALS awareness "Ice Bucket Challenge" videos. Following a wave of massive protests...Show More Summary
Samuel L. Jackson wants you to make your protest against police violence trenD. In a video posted to his Facebook page over the weekend, the actor called on all his celebrity friends and fans that participated in the ALS ice bucket challenge to sound their condemnations of police violence against black Americans in a similar viral video campaign. Show More Summary
20th Century Fox has just released a new featurette for Matthew Vaughn‘s action-thriller film "Kingsman: The Secret Service" starring Colin Firth, Michael Caine, Taron Egerton, and Samuel L. Jackson. Based upon the acclaimed comic book...Show More Summary
Samuel L. Jackson has a message for fellow celebs: You dumped icy water on your heads, now sing for peace.
While Bill Cosby used the race card to shame the “black media” into not reporting his 8,000 rape allegations, here’s Samuel L. Jackson fighting actual racism by challenging celebrities who “dumped ice water on their heads” into singing on video to call out “the violence of the racist police.” Via PEOPLE: The lyrics to Jackson’s Read More...
Monday, actor Samuel L. Jackson posted a video to his Facebook page signing a song titled, "We ain’t gonna stop till people are free," in protest of "racist police." Jackson encouraged other celebrities to post themselves also singing...Show More Summary
In the wake of several racially charged protests, Samuel L. Jackson posted a video on his public Facebook page urging celebrities to echo protesters in the fight for freedom. In the clip, the 65-year-old actor tells Hollywood stars to spread the word of racial equality the same way they did about ALS via the Ice Bucket [...]
Samuel L. Jackson is hoping to get the next Ice Bucket Challenge-like movement started and to aim the efforts at ending police racism. “All you celebrities out there who poured ice water on your head, here’s a chance to do something else,” the 65-year-old actor says in the clip. “I challenge all of you to [...]
"All you celebrities out there who poured ice water on your head... here's a chance to do something else," says Samuel L. Jackson in a new video. The Pulp Fiction star posted a video clip over the weekend asking fellow stars to make their voices heard against what he sees as a wave of unjust, and racist, police behavior. Show More Summary
Add Samuel L. Jackson to the list of celebrities backing the Michael Brown and Eric Garner protesters.