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Will Smith & Samuel L. Jackson Talk Racism vs Prejudice, ‘Django’ as the Ultimate African American Love Story, Violence in Movies…

Will Smith & Samuel L. Jackson Talk Racism vs Prejudice, 'Django' as the Ultimate African American Love Story, Violence in Movies...

It’s that time of the year again, when The Hollywood Reporter produces and publishes its awards season roundtable conversations with those who are in contention.

In today’s chat, the actors congregate and speak; specifically, Will Smith, Samuel L. Jackson, Benicio Del Toro, Mark Ruffalo, Michael Caine and Joel Edgerton all gather for THR’s awards season Actor Roundtable, during which they discussed a variety of subjects, from Hollywood racism, prejudice, Quentin Tarantino, the use of the N-word in movies, violence in movies, rebooting one’s career and much more.

The entire video isn’t online yet; but THR has released a few individual clips teasing us with what’s to come. They typically make the full roundtable videos available soon after the individual highlights.

Below I’ve embedded clips featuring Will Smith (“Concussion”) and Samuel L. Jackson (“The Hateful Eight”) – both interesting to watch/listen to. 

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