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Samuel L. Jackson “didn’t know” he was “ready” to go to rehab to battle his drug addiction until he got there. The 70-year-old actor battled an addiction to crack cocaine several decades ago and decided to quit when he became “tired of getting high” and eventually sought treatment after his wife LaTanya Richardson Jackson and…

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Academy Award nominated actor Samuel L. Jackson and Supreme Court judicial nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s testimony have one thing in common: both produced something that became instant classics and, now, they are paired together in a side-splitting mash up on social media. Jackson’s hilariously profane and violent Pulp Fiction character Jules Winnfield, replete with a jheri curl…

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Pulp Fiction and Mission: Impossible actor Ving Rhames is used to having the barrel of a gun pointed at him on the set of his films. But he is still traumatized today because it actually happened to the celebrated thespian in real life — and, worst of all, in his own home recently. Rhames, 59, was…

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Oscar-nominated superstar actor Samuel L. Jackson channeled his iconic Jules assassin character from the brilliant but violent Pulp Fiction film when he bluntly and profanely responded to Donald Trump’s assertion that we should arm teachers to prevent future school massacres. “Can someone that’s been in a Gunfight tell that M*thaf**ka that’s Never been in a Gunfight,…

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Quentin Tarantino’s highly-anticipated Django Unchained hasn’t even hit theaters yet, but it’s already become the most controversial film of the season, with its central theme of slavery being mashed up with the extreme violence and humor of a classic Blaxploitation film. And though the film is already causing a stir, the film’s director, Quentin Tarantino, recently stirred…

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The most commercially successful actor in Hollywood history had a very circuitous route to fame and fortune. A Washington, D.C., native, Jackson matriculated at famed Morehouse College in Atlanta and was swept up in the smoldering the civil rights and black power movement. There, Jackson ha a direct link to black royalty: he both served…

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