Posters galore! We were SO excited when Robert Downey, Jr. shared his own character's poster for Avengers: Age Of Ultron but the buck did NOT stop with him! Or the poster of the full cast in action! That's because three more posters from the movie have surfaced and it's all Samuel L. Jackson's fault! The actor who plays [...]
Samuel L. Jackson has revealed three additional character posters that show Earth's Mightiest Heroes in the moments before battle.
More promo images from the May 1 release. Read the full article on AICN Via Samuel L. Jackson’s Twitter stream comes three character posters for AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON, succeeding the Iron Man and Hulk release from earlier this week. So ScarJo has herself a TRON suit now? ——— Glen Oliver “Merrick” e-mail Twitter Finish the article on AICN
Robert Downey Jr. started off the week with a look at the new Iron Man character poster from Joss Whedon‘s Avengers: Age of Ultron, then Mark Ruffalo tweeted out the Hulk’s. Samuel L. Jackson picked up the ball today and tweeted out three new Character posters, Nick Fury, Thor, and the Black Widow. All this […]
Frank Whaley is best known for playing the big-brained Brett -- opposite Samuel L. Jackson and John Travolta -- in the 1994 Quentin Tarantino thriller "Pulp Fiction." Guess what he looks like now!
"I think the jury's still out in one kinda way," said Jackson, "and the jury's in in another kind of way. The popular opinion would say 'Where there's smoke, there's fire.'"
Kingsman: The Secret Service is a movie released by 20th Century Fox on January 29 in the UK and worldwide on February 13. Kingsman which stars Colin Firth, Samuel L. Jackson, and Michael Caine is based on the comic book, The Secret Service, created by Dave Gibbons and Mark Millar. As reviewed by Forbes, the Kingsman: The Secret Service is an article from: The Inquisitr News
Samuel L. Jackson Says Bill Cosby Should Speak On Rape Allegations During his “Plead the Fifth” segment on the Watch What Happens Live, Sam Jackson chose to comment when faced with the Cosby question. While he didn’t directly accuse...
While this might be a relatively quiet summer in terms of superhero movies, it's beginning to look a lot as though Avengers: Age of Ultron will be big enough by itself to fill any potential vacuum. Meanwhile, Fox is getting people excited about a couple of X-Men-related projects, Warner Bros. Show More Summary
Samuel L. Jackson opened up recently regarding his thoughts on the Marvel vs. DC Comics Movie War. Jackson plays Nick Fury in the Avengers Initiative films, so he may be coming from a biased standpoint, but the box office seems to back up what he’s saying when he credits his employer for making better movies. Show More Summary
Samuel L. Jackson has a well-deserved reputation as a working man’s actor. Like Michael Caine, he doesn’t seem to care whether the film he’s working on is high prestige or high paycheck, blockbuster hit or low-budget indie. It’s refreshing, this “I’m-just-here-to-do-my-job attitude” that he brings to any and all projects. Show More Summary
Short answer: Samuel L. Jackson. Marvel gets that people love Samuel L. Jackson.
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His Marvel Studios contract may be nearing an end, but the actor doesn’t appear in any hurry to take off the eye patch.
Continuing this month-long celebration of our favorite black character actors, we raise our glasses–and our voices–to laud the great Samuel L. Jackson. Sure, the guy is a big star at present, but Jackson spent most of his career occupying (and spectacularly killing) character roles. Show More Summary
It’s a rivalry as old time itself. Where do your loyalties lie? With Marvel or with DC? The decades-old question transitioned easily into the 21st century the very moment Marvel opened up its cinematic universe. Since its launch in 2008, fans worldwide have wondered how DC’s rebuttal to this would fare. Show More Summary
Some passengers had to wonder ‘Where is Samuel L. Jackson when we need him?’ On Saturday night, the Oregon State men’s basketball team lost to USC, 68-55. Afterwards, the team boarded its plane in Los Angeles to return home. But the commercial flight was delayed … after a scorpion stung a female passenger. Cue Jackson’s […]
While most fans of superhero movies admittedly watch both Marvel and DC films, it doesn't necessarily mean they don't have a strong opinion on their preferred universe. Some viewers favor Superman's moral compass over Iron Man's playboy persona, and vice versa, and to that I say "to each his & her own." Turns out Samuel L. Show More Summary