Samuel L Jackson defends director Quentin Tarantino's usage of THIS word in his films; Details inside
Avenger: Endgame actor Samuel L Jackson has defended the Once Upon a Time In Hollywood director Quentin Tarantino on using the N-word in his films.
Avenger: Endgame actor Samuel L Jackson, who featured in director Quentin Tarantino's 2015 film called The Hateful Eight, has defended the Once Upon a Time In Hollywood director Quentin Tarantino on using the N-word, in his films. The actor Samuel L Jackson has featured in many of Quentin Tarantino's films. Samuel L Jackson was also a part of the star cast of Quentin Tarantino's QT8: The First Eight which was a documentary about the well-known director's first eight films. The film, QT8: The First Eight also tracks the double standards that came to light with respect to the usage of the N-word in his films.
Avenger: Endgame actor Samuel L Jackson points out to the example of the film titled 12 Years a Slave which had a song with the N-word. The film 12 Years a Slave which was helmed by director Steve McQueen tracks the journey of an African American character named Solomon Northup. Samuel L Jackson who essayed the character of Nick Fury in the Marvel films stated very clearly that Django Unchained director Quentin Tarantino is very different from 12 Years a Slave director Steve McQueen.
Samuel L Jackson stated that if a film which shows an African American man's journey through a tough life, the use of the N-word is acceptable. Samuel L Jackson further states that if the Pulp Fiction director Quentin Tarantino makes use of the N-word as a cuss word in his film then that becomes a bone of contention for the film critics and film audience.