Yoda’s fadeaway makes MTV’s list of the ten most shocking movie deaths of all time. Also making an appearance, Samuel L. Jackson’s deeply ironic exit from Deep Blue Sea, aka the only reason anyone would want to actually watch Deep Blue Sea. (via TOSblog)
Surprisingly, there’s no Star Wars on QuigSpot’s list of the ten most obnoxiously over-quoted movies, unless one counts the whole ‘Anything with Samuel L. Jackson’ thing.
Now, maybe I hang out with too many geeks, but there are a few movies missing from this list: What about The Princess Bride? Spaceballs? The Big Lebowski? The collected works of Kevin Smith? What overused movie quotes could you live without?
It’s not a quote exactly, but one thing I don’t miss about scavenging for the weekly video posts is getting blasted with the motherbleeping Main Theme every other video. It’s practically an instant back-buttoner for me these days.
AICN claims that Marvel is writing Nick Fury into Iron Man. And guess who they say is taking on the role of the infamously badass superspy?
Okay, seriously: Samuel L. Jackson. Mind, the source is AICN, and the information is unconfirmed, but who better?
You caught me in a transitional period
Samuel L. Jackson (Mace Windu) reports that he rather enjoyed playing the baddie in his new film Jumpers.
He’s in the movie with a familiar face, Mr. Dark Side himself, Hayden Christensen.
I guess trilogies are guaranteed employment for an actor. Hopefully Hayden Christensen sees this as a good thing. His latest movie Jumper (co-starring another Star Wars alum, Samuel L. Jackson) is going to be a trilogy.
Samuel L. Jackson received a special gift when he finished on the ROTS set.
Thrilled Samuel said: “There’s a lot of lore that goes along with Star Wars and I guess because I’ve been known since Pulp Fiction as a bad motherf*****, everybody thought that should be on my lightsaber.”
Lips were flapping at a film festival in Palm Springs over the weekend. Apparently in “Revenge of the Sith”…. uh… read it here.
And yes, big spoiler!