Samuel L. Jackson Responds to Quentin Tarantino’s Claim That Marvel Actors Aren’t Movie Stars
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Longtime Quentin Tarantino collaborator Samuel L. Jackson responds to the director's recent criticism of the impact of the Marvel Cinematic Universe on Hollywood and Tarantino's claim that Marvel actors are not actual movie stars. "It takes an actor to be those special characters," Jackson said Tuesday on The View.
Tarantino and his tough takes are no stranger to the entertainment industry, but his recent comments about the MCU have not necessarily been taken lightly, with actors like Simu Liu ("Shang-Chi") speaking out against him. In a recent appearance on The View, Samuel L. Jackson, who has starred in several Tarantino films including Pulp Fiction, Django Unchained and Hateful Eight, disagreed with Tarantino's comments.
"Okay, it takes an actor to be these special characters," Jackson said after The View co-host asked Jackson what he thought of Tarantino's take on the MCU. "And the movie star's mark has always been, huh, butts on seats? what are we talking about So it's not much of a controversy for me to know that these actors are apparently movie stars. You know, Chadwick Boseman IS Black Panther. You can't refute that. And he's a movie star.”
The Tarantino furor comes after the award-winning director claimed MCU actors don't fit the mold of a movie star.
"Part of the Marvelization of Hollywood is ... there are all these actors who have become famous playing these characters," Tarantino said on the podcast 2 Bears, 1 Cave. "But they're not movie stars. Right? Captain America is the star. Or Thor is the star. I mean I'm not the first to say that. I think that's been said a million times...but it's like it's those franchise characters that become stars."
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American film director, screenwriter, producer and actor
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