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Action Jackson

Give him more roles, more risks, more stories to tell. The 'Freedomland' actor is unstoppable.

By Michelle Kung
Globe Correspondent / February 12, 2006

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Even Samuel L. Jackson can get a little punchy sometimes. Minutes away from completing his final press interview for ''Freedomland," a new race-relations-infused thriller opening Friday, the famously cool and collected actor has begun drumming his thighs with his fingers and crooning about prostitutes. ''Who do you think is going to sing [best song nominee] 'It's Hard Out There for ... (Full article: 1595 words)

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