Samuel L. Jackson and Anne Hathaway face off: Whose movie is sadder?

Because "nothing says 'the holidays' like slaves and whores," Samuel L. Jackson and Anne Hathaway -- stars, respectively, of Django Unchained and Les Misérables -- have taken part in a joyous and spirited debate about whose movie this Oscar season is more depressing and bleak. (Language NSFW.) (via Funny or Die)

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13 Responses to “Samuel L. Jackson and Anne Hathaway face off: Whose movie is sadder?”

  1. oasisob1 says:

    OK. Fuck. Kangol makes a Santa hat? FUUUUUUUCK! WANT!

  2. OK, so that’s two of us that haven’t had hair since “Unbreakable”

  3. Now THAT’s an effective PR stunt. I think it just sold me both movies.

  4. Did i miss the part where this was supposed to be funny?

  5. Nash Rambler says:

    Let’s be honest; Sam Jackson is the better “angry” actor, while Anne Hathaway is the better “sad” actress.  It’s fun seeing them both working hard to not take themselves seriously.

    • Christopher says:

      Yes, but while it’s not surprising to hear Sam Jackson say “mother fucker”–in fact I think it’s in his contract that he has to say it in every movie–there’s something disconcerting about hearing such language from the girl from “The Princess Diaries”.

      • xzzy says:

        They should make a sequel to this skit where Jackson acts Hathaway acting Fantine, and Hathaway acts Jackson acting Django. Have the two characters bump into each other at a vending machine or something, see what happens.

  6. Marya says:

    I hope they weren’t paid for this crap,

  7. MikeB says:

    AutoPlay! Say it aint so!
    Wondered why my computer was whispering to me. Then tracked over to the BoingBoing tab…

  8. SedanChair says:

    …that depends on what kind of “sad” we’re talking about here

  9. Stumpy says:

    Stop the forking autoplay, Boing Boing!

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