Fifteen years ago, superhero movies were dead. Batman and Robin had all but killed them. We were two years away from Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man, five from Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins and eight from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. So when audiences sat down for Unbreakable, no one was ready.
Didn't we just go through this with Morgan Freeman? Look, this is even worse. If there is one black guy you do not want to confuse for another black guy, it is Samuel L. Jackson, because he will not let your ass off the hook.
The classic, cult-hit anime Kite is coming to the big screen in a live-action Hollywood production starring Samuel L. Jackson and India Eisely. Here's the flick's debut trailer.
If you removed all the bits featuring robots, cops, and any combination of those two from the second trailer for 2014's Robocop reboot, you'd still have a movie that looks like a blast. That's great. Also not great.
Sam Jackson has been in a number of games, normally reprising a role he's played on-screen. He has never, to the best of my knowledge, been in a Heroes of Newerth movie. Or TV show, for that matter.
I went to the Spike Video Game Awards last Friday and... found the Ecto 1? Yes, the car from Ghostbusters was parked in the lot of Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, next to the Green Hornet's Black Beauty.
Sometimes you see Samuel L. Jackson walking down the red carpet at the Spike VGAs. And sometimes you feel compelled to ask him random questions about video games. Even if you get the feeling he doesn't actually play video games.
Samuel L. Jackson, host of the 2012 Video Game Awards, is cameoing in some of the year's most noteworthy games. Here he reprises his Jedi master role in Angry Birds: Star Wars.
Whether this Samuel L. Jackson soundboard is live (in which case, it must have taken at least two guys) or edited in after the fact, there's little dispute over its comedic value. NSFW language throughout. Part of a series of YouTube Black Ops soundboard videos going back to the beginning of April, including Pee-Wee…
This short video showing the voice work that Samuel L. Jackson and Don Cheadle did for the upcoming video game adaptation of the Iron Man 2 movie, isn't meant to be an outtakes reel, but it is!
Sound-alikes be damned! Renowned actors Don Cheadle and Samuel L. Jackson bring a little class to Sega's Iron Man 2: The Videogame, signing on to lend their voices to their in-game counterparts.