Samuel L. Jackson

Jackson's Fury says he's ready for war all by himself in the Disney+ series.
The actor got an important lesson for his 74th birthday on how "likes" work on social media.
The actor spoke to Jimmy Fallon about teaming up with the children's franchise in October for a spoof of "The Avengers."
New York City Mayor Eric Adams and Hollywood stars like Samuel L. Jackson joined stage veterans at Monday's dedication.
The studio unveiled trailers for "Secret Invasion," starring Samuel L. Jackson, and the Halloween special "Werewolf by Night."
"How's Uncle Clarence feeling about Overturning Loving v. Virginia?" the actor tweeted, referring to the 1967 ruling that protected interracial marriage.
"I’d rather be Nick Fury. Or having fun being Mace Windu with a lightsaber in my hand," the actor said about not choosing Oscar-bait roles.
The supposed ban stemmed from Jackson blurting out the uncensored F-word on a "Saturday Night Live" sketch in 2012.
Samuel L. Jackson Drops An F-Bomb On Saturday Night Live (UNCENSORED)
"What the motherf..." his samurai character mutters after a farting explosion.