Exclusive: Can You Guess Samuel L. Jackson's Favorite Quentin Tarantino Film?
Samuel L. Jackson has contributed indelible performances to the oeuvre of Quentin Tarantino, most notably as the cool Jules Winnfield in Pulp Fiction, which nabbed him a Best Supporting Actor Oscar nod, and as the unhinged L.A. gun-runner Ordell Robbie ("O-R-D-E-L-L R-O-B-B-I-E") in Tarantino's follow-up, Jackie Brown, which garnered him a Golden Globes nomination. Jackson even lent his voice to 2009's Inglourious Basterds and will appear in the upcoming Django Unchained. But which film does the frequent Tarantino player consider the director's best, in which "the action plays out suddenly and completely for every character?"
Watch Movieline's exclusive clip, taken from an unreleased interview shot for the Pulp Fiction Blu-ray release:
There you have it! I've got to agree with Jackson; his favorite Tarantino is also my favorite Tarantino. (If you missed it, read our interview with legendary actress and QT muse Pam Grier.)
Meanwhile, catch more behind-the-scenes tidbits and nostalgic interviews on this week's Blu-ray releases of Pulp Fiction and Jackie Brown, both out today.