Samuel L. Jackson Reacts To Quentin Tarantino’s Criticism- Deets Inside

Jackson was questioned about the controversy surrounding frequent collaborator Tarantino, who recently claimed that the “Marvel-ization of Hollywood” is to blame for the disappearance of cinematic stars, during an interview.

The topic of Marvel’s influence on Hollywood is still up for debate. Samuel L. Jackson, who played the title character in Pulp Fiction, has now responded to Quentin Tarantino’s claim that Marvel actors are “not cinema stars.” Jackson was questioned about the controversy surrounding frequent collaborator Tarantino, who recently asserted on a podcast that cinema stars have vanished as a result of the “Marvel-ization of Hollywood.” “It needs an actor to play those certain characters, and what’s the symbol of cinematic stardom? asses,” Jackson threw in.


In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the actor who portrays Nick Fury referred to the late Chadwick Boseman as a certain “movie star” from the Marvel era. “It doesn’t cause me much disagreement to learn that these actors are reportedly movie stars. Black Panther is Chadwick Boseman. You cannot argue against that, and he is a famous actor,” Jackson stated.

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