Samuel L. Jackson Recreates All His Movies In Hilarious Clip With James Corden
Samuel L. Jackson’s acting careers spans over 20 years of great (and some not so great) movies.
So it's pretty impressive Jackson and James Corden managed to cover most of those movies in an 11-minute comedy sketch.
The 68-year-old actor stopped by “The Late Late Show” on Wednesday to participate in the best version of “Role Call” — the game where Corden helps actors recreate their iconic roles — yet
Because of the sheer number of iconic roles Jackson has under his belt, the result was pretty epic.
There's too many for me to go over all of them, but here are some highlights.
First up was “Pulp Fiction,” because duh.
Jackson and Corden do two scenes from Quentin Tarantino's classic 1994 film. It was great to see Jackson back in Jules Winnfield hair, and Corden honestly did a great job filling the shoes of John Travolta as Vincent Vega.
He pretty much nails the iconic, “You know what they call a quarter-pounder with cheese in France?”
Next up was “Jackie Brown.”
This time Corden takes on Robert De Niro's role of Louis Gara from the 1997 Tarantino film. Jackson shoots him point blank as Ordell Robbie.
Samuel L. Jackson forgot to take off his hat when he became Danny Roman from “The Negotiator.”
Then he mocked Corden's Vin Diesel impression in “XXX.”
Of course, he had to do the iconic Frozone super suit from “The Incredibles.”
And obviously “Star Wars” and the assorted “Avengers” films made appearances.
He even did “Jurassic Park.” James Corden played a dinosaur.
They did a plug for “Kong: Skull Island.” (In theaters everywhere this Friday, March 10.)
But the highlight of them all was definitely “Snakes on a Plane.”
Hearing Samuel L. Jackson scream, “I'VE HAD IT WITH THESE MOTHERFUCKING SNAKES ON THIS MOTHERFUCKING PLANE,” just never gets old.
Congratulations on your crazy successful career, Samuel L.! Now you can just sit back, relax and enjoy some animated Japanese porn.
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