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Actor Samuel L. Jackson talks about his career and about starring in Quentin Tarantino’s latest film, “Django Unchained.”
Maybe casting is more diverse, but are minority characters still more likely to die in movies/TV than white characters?
Inglorious bastards was an interesting film though not a historic film. Samuel L Jackson is an intelligent amazing and talented actor. There is several "unknown to Americans" Italian genre films not just Westerns but horror as well.
Is Mr. Jackson interested in directing films? Has he ben approached with that opportunity or set up his own company to develop projects?
Yes, the Stockholm Syndrome was very operative. And we STILL have a lotta stockin homies...
What is Mr. Jackson's opinion about what Sike Lee thinks about Mr. Tarantino perspective towards race..
Oscar, my opinions about the movie aside, I think you miss the point.
I likeTarantino, but i didnt like inglorious bastards because he portrayed the German ppl as the most stupid and evil ppl in the face of the universe, i know he did it because his feelings got in the way, either way the Germans or nazis invented or saved europe with many beautiful ideas like mercedes bens and stuff..well Samuel Jackson is one of my favorites..hes totally greatt
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