Samuel L. Jackson compared to his frequent collaboratorQuentin Tarantino in determining the achievements of movie stars There are different metrics.
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The Piano Lesson currently starring on Broadway with the show’s director and his Wife LaTanya Jackson promotes the historic August Wilson production at The View Tuesday. During their discussion, the actor was asked about Tarantino’s recent at 2 Bears 1 Cave A statement on the podcast, where he argues that, like everyone else, the MCU doesn’t make movie stars.
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Jackson was already a star long before he entered the MCU as Nick Fury, and he believes there are movie stars made by franchises. The actor singled out the late Chadwick Boseman, whose film Black Panther was nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars, and Scarlett Scarlett Johansson stars in and out of the MCU as an example of a film.
“Knowing that these actors are movie stars, it’s not a huge controversy to me. Chadwick Boseman is Black Panther. You can’t argue with that, he’s a movie star,” he told the The View host. “Only actors can be those specific roles.”
Jackson also stated that he ultimately believes that A measure of how an actor becomes a Hollywood “star”. “The hallmark of a movie star has always been – what – sitting in a seat?” he said. “What Are We Talking About?”
Hosted on Tarantino’s Podcast with
2 Bears 1 Cave In Tom’s discussion, director Segura addressed the proliferation of Marvel movies and said his “only gripe” with them is that, in his view, they’re the “only thing that seems to be made.”
“They’re all about this movie era right now. There really isn’t much room for anything else.
That’s My question. This is a representational question.”
Jackson is not the first MCU actor to publicly respond to Tarantino’s comments. Legend of Shangqi Ten Rings star Simu Liu talked about The “golden age” that Tarantino may be talking about is largely devoid of racial diversity.
“If the only gatekeepers for movie stars come from Tarantino and Scorsese, I will never have the chance to lead a $ over a million movies,” he tweeted. “I’m in awe of their filmmaking genius. They’re phenomenal directors. But they can’t put their noses at me or anyone.”