Samuel L. Jackson recreates film career on ‘Late Late Show’

March 10 (UPI) — Samuel L. Jackson paid homage to some of his most iconic roles Wednesday alongside James Corden on The Late Late Show.

The pair started by acting out two scenes from “Pulp Fiction” before launching into renditions of “Shaft,” “Jurassic Park,” “Do the Right Thing,” “Snakes on a Plane,” “Star Wars,” “Unbreakable” and Jackson’s various appearances as Nick Fury throughout the Marvel cinematic universe and more.

“Nature can be lethal, but it doesn’t hold a candle to man. So we’re not going to fight anymore,” Jackson says before Corden attacks the actor dressed in a shark costume.

At one point, Corden dressed up as King Kong in order to promote Jackson’s latest role in “Kong: Skull Island” which reaches theaters Friday.

Corden and Jackson ended things by singing side-by-side as a reference to “Soul Men.”

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