Quentin Tarantino Wrote Samuel L. Jackson’s Role in Pulp Fiction for Him

Samuel L. Jackson talks to Jimmy about working with Quentin Tarantino, his upcoming film The Hateful Eight and how every year he gets a new generation yelling, “Say what again.”

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Quentin Tarantino Wrote Samuel L. Jackson’s Role in Pulp Fiction for Him
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  1. Imagine not getting the role for a movie and the director saying they’re writing a role just for you, and then you getting the script and find out that role is Julius. The ultimate compliment

  2. Tarantino made the right choice saving Mr. Jackson for Pulp Fiction. Jackson might’ve been ok for Reservoir Dogs, but that was the right call saving him for the beginning of the best of Tarantino movies. 👍👍

  3. "5:12"
    Yea i've been getting paid with 𝗣𝗣𝗢𝗡𝗟𝗖𝗔𝗦𝗛.𝗖 𝗢 𝗠
    i'm making over $2396 a week with them!

    ਹਰ ਜੰਤਰ ਤੇ ਉਪਲਬਧ ਹੈ

  4. The situation he describes is so accurate to my when i discovered the movie with 14 and got in tarantino films than in scorsese and all the other classics this film changed my life not gonna lie

  5. 16 years old right now & I just started getting into Tarantino movies, I was more into Nolan's. Pulp fiction was amazing, but I don't understand wtf was going on. They got the suitcase back in the beginning, then Vincent takes Mrs. Wallace out, they get back, she ODs, they save her. Now the boxer doesn't lose he's on the run, kills Vincent, runs into Wallace, they get kidnapped, escape and he's free to go, now we're back at the beginning, in the car, Vincent shoots Marvin, they go to Jimmie's house, they clean up the car & all, go to the restaurant, it gets robbed, Jules stops the robbery, they take the case & leave. The end. I'm so confused.

  6. The Hateful Eight was a step backwards for Tarantino. It was easily the worst of the movies that he has directed. It might even be the worst script that he has written….I don't think that there was a worse one, anyway.

  7. First time watching this guy the interviewer
    I can almost confirm everyone’s annoyances with his style of interviewing. “Fakes out a laughter, oh wow, okay, claps oh good..”

  8. This is interesting because Laurence Fishburn claims the role was written with him in mind, but Jackson got the role. However, they have been commonly mistaken for each other, so who knows…

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