When it comes to pop culture art, there’s a fine line between cute and annoying. Lots of artists turn characters or actors into non-threatening, sweet version of themselves but you can go too far. Jeff Victor doesn’t. And he tows that line by blending in a heft dose of nostalgia.
Mace Windu, a.k.a. Samuel L. Jackson, appeared on ABC to talk about his new movie The Hateful Eight and drop some serious shade on the The Force Awakens.
The first trailer for David Yates’ The Legend of Tarzan has some really great things going for it. Its cast, for one. The fact it’s self-aware of the myth behind Tarzan, two. But then there’s the avalanche of CG insanity which makes us scratch our heads.
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.
Want to hear someone finish the famously absent last line of Avengers: Age of Ultron? How about Mark Ruffalo doing a spot-on Columbo impression? Would Stellan Skarsgård creepily hitting on his student make you laugh? Well, the Avengers: Age of Ultron gag reel has all that and more.
Seems like you're going to be watching a lot of movies about lethal young girls, featuring Samuel L. Jackson in supporting roles. Yesterday we glimpsed Barely Lethal, about a teen assassin trained by Jackson. Today, here's a huge look at the anime adaptation Kite, about an abused girl who becomes a super-killer.…
This is shaping up to be the year of the lethal teenage girl, what with Vampire Academy and the third Hunger Games movie. And now add to that list Barely Lethal, a comedy in which True Grit's Hailee Steinfeld is an assassin trying to be a normal high-school girl.
So far the best thing we've seen from the new RoboCop reboot is Sam Jackson's sweet, sweet TV hair. Seriously, this side cast of actors is more exciting than an actual cyborg cop.
Tom Hiddleston's impression of Owen Wilson playing Loki is remarkably spot-on, and it turns out that he has a bunch of these actors-as-Loki bits up his sleeve. His Samuel L. Jackson impression involves a bit more swearing.
Marvel has been pretty coy about who would play the Scarlet Witch in Avengers: Age of UItron. Samuel L. Jackson, not so much — especially after he told The Wall Street Journal that Elizabeth Olson is his new cast-mate.
We got a few peeks at the RoboCop remake this weekend at Comic-Con. It may not stand up to the original, but it will update its themes for the modern era of mechanized warfare and cable news. Plus, we do get to see a suit that looks like classic RoboCop.
Fiction is intruding on reality and the very fabric of existence is at risk of being rent in twain! Say "what?" again! Wait, no. Motherfucking snakes and planes and such!
Blasting through the skies to Nine Inch Nails "We're In This Together," the Avengers have finally fully assembled in their brand-new trailer. Watch Captain America fight with Iron Man, get your first look at the new mean green Hulk, and hear your first Whedonism.
The first extended look at The Avengers just premiered at Disney's D23 Expo. Here's the spoiler-free version: everything we saw looked like an awesome mix of epic, funny, and badass. And now, for the spoilers...
Behold the awesome schlocky madness that is Arena — it's like Death Race minus the cars, set in virtual reality!
Nick Fury will be getting an awesome new female sidekick in The Avengers, according to Samuel L. Jackson. But who? And what cool female character from Avengers lore could director Joss Whedon be drawing on?
Seeking to prove Edwin Starr wrong, Samuel L. Jackson and his Afro Samurai co-creator Eric Calderon think that war might be good for a few things after all with their new comic series, Cold Space. "Huh!" indeed.
Hoping to see Samuel L. Jackson's Nick Fury in action in next year's Iron Man 2? Jackson is hinting that it may be time to lower your expectations, or else prepare for some major disappointment.
I'd be willing to bet that a third of people who join ascetic orders do it because it's easier than moving. That said, while packing, I uncovered the following gem of a decade-old diary entry.