Samuel L. Jackson

Two of our most celebrated Black men in Hollywood, veteran actors Samuel L. Jackson and Danny Glover, will both be getting their flowers as honorees at the upcoming 2022 Governors Awards next year.

Originally slated to release last summer, Spiral had to get pushed back due to the pandemic and though streaming blockbusters is all the rage these days, Chris Rock isn’t settling for anything less than a theatrical release for the film he’s produced and stars in.

Anthony Mackie, Samuel L. Jackson, and Nicholas Hoult have played Falcon, Nick Fury, and Beast in several Marvel movies — now they’ve come together again for a new Apple film due in theaters next month. Legendary actress Nia Long is also in the film. Text “RICKEY” to 71007 to join the Rickey Smiley Morning Show mobile club […]

You never quite know what to expect from the glorious Samuel L. Jackson, he is truly a national Black treasure. During a set visit for Marvel’s upcoming blockbuster Captain Marvel, last year, Sam Jackson revealed his era of choice was the 60s and shared his thoughts on today’s music. “Revolutionary things were changing things and […]

Secret besties? Samuel L. Jackson got together with the toughest lady on the bench, Judge Judy for dinner. Sam Jack posted pics of their hang out on social media, fanboying a bit in the process: I don’t know what’s going on here, but I’m wit it!

Plus, "Get Out" actor responds to Samuel L. Jackson's claims that British actors cannot understand the African-American experience and the GOP healthcare bill could force women to pay to give birth.

Get Out has been a monster hit for director Jordan Peele. The movie cost less than $5 million to make and has surged past the $100 million mark at the box office. Yet not everyone is thrilled. Most notably, Samuel L. Jackson has come out as a staunch critic of the decision to cast Brit […]

Jackson argued that African-American actors should have a stake in portraying the Black experience in America on film.

The actor wasn't the only one who took to Twitter to show their disgust for the new HUD secretary calling African slaves "immigrants."

Roland Martin and NewsOne Now were on hand to chronicle the historic moment, and spoke with a number of dignitaries, as well as celebrities, who came from all over the country to experience the venue directly after the dedication ceremony ended.

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