Samuel L. Jackson on Playing a Young Nick Fury in Captain Marvel

Samuel L. Jackson on Playing a Young Nick Fury in Captain Marvel

Samuel talks about his love for Kangol hats, attending the Captain Marvel premiere, his friendship with Brie Larson, playing a young Nick Fury in the new movie, why learning lines was different this time around, and Jimmy confronts him about never getting invited on his Italian yacht vacations with Magic Johnson.

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Samuel L. Jackson on Playing a Young Nick Fury in Captain Marvel
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