Samuel L. Jackson wants to be in Star Wars sequels

Because being in three Star Wars movies isn’t enough for the biggest BAMF in film:

“I can come back as one-armed or a one-handed Jedi that’s still around that didn’t actually die,” he said. “I could do that or be a ghost hologram. I don’t care!”

Adding, “I just want to stay associated with the franchise. Not that I won’t, because I’ve been in three of them.” As for why the actor is drawn to the sci-fi world, Sam said he loves the concept of life in other in galaxies far, far away.

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via Yahoo!


3 thoughts on “Samuel L. Jackson wants to be in Star Wars sequels

  1. Question for everyone hanging out at the Station: when you first saw Episode III, did you think Mace Windu died when he was thrown out the window? I was expecting a Boba Fett/Sarlac Pit where it would be revealed that he didn't actually die (because in Episode II we saw a Jedi fall a thousand feet, land on the back of a ship and be a-okay)(also, Darth Maul). After he didn't return to try to help Yoda out (and get a better death scene so he doesn't go out like a punk), I expected him to show up in a Purge-era comic/novel/tv show (because think how awesome a cyborg Samuel L. Jackson/Vader fight could be), and am kind of surprised that they've kept him dead. Anyone else expect him to show up alive in any post-RotS stories or am I crazy/the only one?

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