Oh, blessed day!
Back to the drawing board, Drumpster!
Samuel L. Jackson is usually unapologetic about his words, and that also goes for his recent comments about black Brits!
The Hateful Eight star faced some backlash over controversial remarks about black British actors portraying African Americans on the big screen.
In a recent interview with New York radio station Hot 97, SLJ said he thought Jordan Peele's racially charged horror flick Get Out should have starred an American actor instead of London-born Daniel Kaluuya.
These comments sparked a ton of criticism — even (British) Star Wars actor John Boyega spoke out, saying Jackson's argument was a "stupid ass conflict we don't have time for."
Now, the actor is clarifying his remarks, saying he just meant to criticize the one-way system.
At Wednesday's premiere of Kong: Skull Island, the 68-year-old told the AP:
The First Couple had already confirmed they'd throw one final bash before packing their bags — and A-listers are gearing up for one final White House visit before it turns into the locker room of an Atlantic City boardwalk casino!
While there's no official word from the White House yet, a source with knowledge of the marquee event hinted there were some big names on the guest list.
According to The Washington Post, the send-off celebration will most likely include