Samuel L Jackson May Start Profanity-Laced Masterclass If Enough People Register To Vote In 2020 Election
The New York Post says Samuel L Jackson is interested in starting an online masterclass in which he'll teach people how to curse on his level. If enough people show they're registered to vote this year, the 71-year-old actor and producer will start an online training course showing people the ways of the master.
Jackson wrote on his Twitter account this week that if 2,500 people sign up to vote in this year's election, he'll personally teach them to swear "in 15 different languages." The Pulp Fiction actor shared the message alongside a clip of him wearing a sweatshirt and a baseball hat.
Ironically, Jackson posted the video which features him sitting in a very distinguished and expensive-looking armchair. The tweet features a link to his website, HeadCount, which also includes a photo of the actor looking very patriotic and dignified.
This is a fantastic treat for Samuel L Jackson fans who have grown to love his profanity-laced dialogue on the big screen. For instance, Jackson first came to prominence in a big way with his appearence in Pulp Fiction , which featured much swearing and F-bombs.
Since then, Jackson has developed a reputation for himself as one of the most foul-mouthed actors. However, earlier in the year, it was reported that Jonah Hill actually beat out Jackson as the actor who swears the most on-screen.
Fans of Jackson have argued that while Jonah may curse a lot more, the Avengers alum tends to swear with more style than his counterpart. Reportedly, Jackson has sworn 301 times over the course of his career whereas Jonah has sworn 371 times during his time on screen.
The outlet claims the vast majority of Jonah's swear words came from the Martin Scorsese movie, The Wolf Of Wall Street . Back in April, Jackson also delivered a public service announcement urging Americans to stay at home amid the coronavirus pandemic.
When the actor stopped by the set of Jimmy Kimmel Live! , Jackson urged people to do their part in flattening the curve of COVID-19 . This was amid the quarantine lockdown earlier in the year.