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INT: Samuel L. Jackson

Dec. 23, 2008by:

Samuel L. Jacksons has become one of the most sought after actors in Hollywood. The award-winning actor has been on a roll since his memorable performances in PULP FICTION and JUNGLE FEVER. It was therefore no surprise, when Jackson got a call from acclaimed writer Frank Miller to recreate the part of a bad-ass villain in the forthcoming comic book film, THE SPIRIT.

Adapted from a series by Will Eisner, THE SPIRIT is based on the story of a murdered cop, Denny Colt, who becomes a masked crime fighter after hes mysteriously reborn. His arch nemesis is a psychotic megalomaniac known as the Octopus, portrayed by Jackson. I sat down with the passionate actor last week to chat about his creative vision and ideas in transforming a pair of white gloves from the comic book, into an eccentric and comical villain. Check out what he had to say about his character, working with a green screen and first-time director, Miller.

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9:27PM on 12/23/2008
Sam Jackson is insanely annoying.
Sam Jackson is insanely annoying.
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8:29PM on 12/23/2008
did they ask him "Are you really THIS desperate?"
did they ask him "Are you really THIS desperate?"
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7:32PM on 12/23/2008

i love frank miller but

this looks like a stinker
this looks like a stinker
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11:53AM on 12/23/2008

lulz

"Samuel L. Jackson's has become"
"Samuel L. Jackson's has become"
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11:27AM on 12/23/2008

Octpopus is Awful.....

Not sure if I would refer to the "Octopus" as a bad-ass villain?

When describing him, I would use words like flamboyant, sissy, clownesque, effeminate, circus idiot, but not bad-ass!
Not sure if I would refer to the "Octopus" as a bad-ass villain?

When describing him, I would use words like flamboyant, sissy, clownesque, effeminate, circus idiot, but not bad-ass!
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