Samuel L. Jackson (64) found it great that electronic equipment on the set of ‘Django Unchained’ were forbidden, because nobody “ran away” and began to text.
The new strip of Director Quentin Tarantino (49, ‘Inglourious Basterds’) is about a former slave who becomes a bounty hunter, and is determined to save his wife from the clutches of a plantation owner. In addition to Jackson (Marvel’s the Avengers) play the Hollywood stars Leonardo DiCaprio (38, ‘ j. Edgar’), Jamie Foxx (45, ‘Kill the Boss’), Kerry Washington (35, “Mothers and daughters”) and Christoph Waltz (56, ‘The three Musketeers’) in the film.
The team got just fine, took Jackson and said that was the cell phone ban due to partial. ”This time no electronics on the set was allowed, so we chatted with each other even more, when they said ‘Cut!’. There were no iPads, no iPhone, no BlackBerrys. Nobody could run away and begin to text, which did not exist. So we got to know us all much better, we enjoyed each other even more. It was fun,”told the actor ‘flicksandbits.com’.
Jackson has teamed up several times with filmmaker Tarantino, among others for ‘Pulp fiction’ in 1994 and ‘Jackie Brown’ 1997 crime drama. A close friendship the two men and the performer hopes that their working relationship will have continuity. “It is always a pleasure to be on the set of Quentin Tarantino. I trust him and he trusts me. Quentin, he is funny. We play music, we dance, we sing,”Samuel L. Jackson told laughing.
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