In a recent article with IndieWire, Zack Sharf wrote about the impact shooting ‘The Hateful Eight’ had on Samuel L. Jackson.
While receiving the Legend of Cinema Award at the 2020 SCAD Savannah Film Festival, Jackson took the time to reflect on his professional career. Jackson states that his relationship with the cast members from Tarantino’s film has been the closest film bonds of his whole career.
He went on to describe that the cast from the film constantly stays in touch via text and that it’s been the strongest cinematic connection he’s had throughout his entire career. This is extremely impressive since Jackson has appeared in such a wide number of films.
‘The Hateful Eight’ was considered a box disappointment, bringing in $155 million worldwide. However, the film has been called Tarantino’s most divisive and directionally artistic films
Read Zack Sharf’s full article Here
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