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DeWanda Wise Will Be Joining the MCU In Captain Marvel

2018 is looking to be a great year for DeWanda Wise. After exciting renewal news from Netflix for her series, She's Gotta Have It, she'll also be joining the Marvel Extended Universe in the upcoming Captain Marvel movie starring Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson, Jude Law, and Ben Mendelsohn.

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The Perfect Pair: The Hitman’s Bodyguard Brings Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson Together

There's nothing quite like a good, old-fashioned action movie. This ... isn't exactly that movie.

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Breaking Down Samuel L. Jackson’s Comments: Is Racism in Britain and America Really Different?

Do #BlackLivesMatter everywhere?

Samuel L. Jackson wondered what Get Out would be like "with an American brother who really feels that" and sparked a controversial debate.

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Samuel L. Jackson Has Way Too Many Films to Fit Into One Tiny 11-Minute Late Late Show Role Call Segment

Hold on to your butts.

Watch Samuel L. Jackson act out (most of) his prolific career in only 11 minutes with James Corden on The Late Late Show.

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I Am Not Your Negro Clip Destroys the “I Have a Black Friend Therefore Am Not Racist” Myth

Narrated by Samuel L. Jackson, the film is based on activist James Baldwin's unfinished book Remember This House.

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Kong: Skull Island‘s Beast is No Beauty, But Looks Interesting Enough

Tale as old as time.

Alas, the second trailer is here and it looks...not that bad.

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Review: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children Is All Spectacle and Little Substance

1.5/5 stars.

I can understand why Tim Burton and 20th Century Fox would want to adapt Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children for film. The 2011 Ransom Riggs novel on which it is based is clearly a complex world filled with quirky characters, a rich mythology, and plenty of opportunities for elaborate set pieces. However, some worlds aren't best captured on film, and it seems that the world of this novel is one of them.

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Tim Burton’s Penchant for Making Predominately White Films Is a Choice—Not a Coincidence

So let's stop excusing it.

You might be sick of hearing about diversity and I might be exhausted from writing about it but until we stop treating people of color as accessories on screen, this conversation will continue to happen. That’s why I applaud Bustle’s Rachel Simon for opening up a dialogue with Tim Burton, whose films are predominantly white.

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Samuel L. Jackson Yelled at Some Kittens on a Dare on The Tonight Show, What Else Do You Need Me to Say?

Samuel L. Jackson appeared on The Tonight Show to play "Truth or Door," and ended up yelling at some kittens in a box about The Raid 2.

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Mace Windu’s Nine Lives: the Jedi Still Lives, According to Samuel L. Jackson

George Lucas even agrees.

During an IMDb Q&A session, Samuel L. Jackson answered a fan who asked whose idea it was to kill Mace Windu. His answer came with a surprising twist: "In my mind, I'm not dead. Jedis can fall incredibly high distances and not die."

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New Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children Trailer Gets Pretty Tim Burton-y

Tim Burton's X-Men: First Class.

This new trailer for Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children isn't overtly Tim Burton-esque, but it's definitely got plenty of his hallmarks on it.

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The First Trailer for Stephen King’s CELL Is Here; Wake Up, Sheeple

Dial "M" for "Millennials."

It's like, you know, in 2016, most people are just zombies anyway, right? Like...who can tell the difference? Makes you think, huh?

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Things We Saw Today: Rest In Peace, Boaty McBoatface

Well, ship.

In a extraordinary act of party pooping, Britain's Science Minister Jo Johnson has revealed that the Natural Environment Research Council will likely not be naming their latest research vessel "Boaty McBoatface."

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Margot Robbie Is a Self-Aware Damsel in New Legend of Tarzan Trailer

There's a lot I'm hesitant about in terms of the new live-action Legend of Tarzan, but the movie's talent is not one of them.

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Things We Saw Today: Samuel L. Jackson Owns These Famous Movie Catchphrases Now

Samuel L. Jackson has bestowed iconic status on several lines from movies he's starred in, such as Pulp Fiction (and, okay, we'll also give him Snakes on a Plane). Now, on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, he tries his hand at some of the most famous lines in film history--and definitely puts his own spin on things.

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Samuel L. Jackson Wants to Send The Force Awakens‘ Cast to “Lightsaber Fight School”

Samuel L. Jackson has had to field some questions about his thoughts on the latest Star Wars in the midst of his press tour for Hateful Eight, and it's become clear from his reluctant answers that he's not completely on board with the latest entry in the franchise.

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The Legend of Tarzan Trailer Can’t Hide Its Colonial Roots

But can it salvage them?

Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts director David Yates is adapting Edgar Rice Burrough's iconic character with Alexander Skarsgård, Margot Robbie, Samuel L. Jackson, Christoph Waltz, and Djimon Hounsou. This new version seems a lot darker than the Disney adaptation, and closer to the source material.

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Samuel L. Jackson Is as Confused as We Are That He’s Not in Captain America: Civil War

Nick Furious.

Samuel L. Jackson has appeared in a lot of Marvel movies on his 9-film contract as Nick Fury, but it looks like Captain America: Civil War won't be one of them. He's looking to renew his contract and keep riding that Marvel gravy train off into the sunset, but even he doesn't get why he's not in Civil War.

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M. Night Shyamalan Wants an Unbreakable Netflix Series (Because Bruce Willis Is Strong as Hell)

He alive, dammit!

Displaying trademark un-chillness, Wayward Pines director M. Night Shyamalan has admitted that he'd like to return to the unsullied fields of his pre-Avatar days.

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Hailee Steinfeld and Sophie Turner Play Badass Special Ops Agents in Barely Lethal

"She better bring fire, she better bring thunder, and she better bring hell!"

Agent 83's (played by True Grit's Hailee Steinfeld) mission is to take down an arms dealer (Jessica Alba), but all she wants is to get out of the special ops game and be regular high school student. (Sounds like most of our childhoods, right?) But she won't if her handler (Samuel L. Jackson) or competition (Sophie Turner) have anything to say about it. Check out the trailer for the upcoming high school spy comedy (is that a genre?), Barely Lethal.

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