Samuel L. Jackson & Kurt Russell Talks Hateful Eight And The N-word

  • Published on Jan 14, 2016
  • We sat down with Hollywood mights Samuel L. Jackson and Kurt Russell to talk about Quentin Tarrantino's 8th bloody blockbuster The Hateful Eight, love, lust and the N-word.
    Producer: Jack Phillips
    Editing: Morgan Reid
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Comments • 5

  • Vim Vitae Media
    Vim Vitae Media 3 months ago

    I agree with Samuel, it was more of a cringe moment than a laughter moment... Kurt is revealing a lot, it wasn't meant to be funny.. it was meant to be offensive and make you cringe.

    • Donavon Batiste
      Donavon Batiste 4 days ago

      Actually it was funny brother and im black walter goggins use the word and i thought he was funny as shit i understand that he was a racist.

  • nate Kippert
    nate Kippert Year ago +3

    While it’s not his best film, Deathproof was extremely UNDER rated. You need to be a talented actor/actress to be in a Tarrintino film because he explores a lot of down to earth average and diverse subjects and Kurt Russel owned the role of Stunt Man mike.

  • Matt D
    Matt D 3 years ago +4

    I think it would be better if you could hear the reporter too .. Just a thought.