Does Samuel L. Jackson like anime?

There are many Anime lovers, and they continue to grow immensely. Animations gained popularity in the 1990s, and they have become a leader in the entertainment world. Amongst those anime lovers is Samuel L Jackson, a Hollywood star and an ever-cool guy.

Samuel L Jackson’s love for anime came to light a few years ago when he made an appearance on the Wired series of Auto-complete interviews.

What’s Jackson’s, Anime Story

In one of the Auto-complete interviews, Samuel is featured conducting a google search in his name. The search results to a related query on the celebrity. When the question popped up on whether he likes anime, he goes ahead to say, ‘Yes, I do.’

Samuel likes adult anime with racy themes and has been featured in a series of anime movies. Besides, he intends on creating anime with intriguing ideas for others.

How many films out there is Samuel L Jackson Featured

Kite

In, Jackson starred in a kind of controversial adaptation of Yassuomi Umetsu’s Kite. The anime series was created back in 1999. It follows a young girl called Sawa, who turns into an assassin. Sawa is an orphan and is taken care of by a corrupt police officer whose role is Jackson’s role. The anime sees Sawa brutally sexually abused by her caretaker. 

Afro Samurai: Resurrection

Samuel Jackson has various anime films to his credit. His first voice-over began with “Afro Samurai: Resurrection in 2008, where he plays Afro and Ninja Ninja ( his side-kick).

The animated series is an anachronic anime where young samurai seeks ta avenge the murder of his dad.

The anime was based on an irregular manga called ‘Nou Nou Nou,’ and creator Takashi Okazaki championed its anime adaptation.  Afro-Samurai was a green-lit movie in which Jackson joins the feature as a producer.

Astro Boy

Astro Boy was released in 2009, where Samuel L Jackson’s Voice acted as the character of Zog.

In the anime, Astro Boy leaps to the metro city’s future to rescue his family and friends from trouble. He requires his X-ray vision and super flying to survive in the world of humans and help his loved ones.

 Although the anime was created in April 2003, a Japanese Manga film aired in 1963. Most notable voice actors include; Nicolas Cage, Kristen Bell, Samuel L. Jackson, and more. Although Jackson’s character doesn’t look like him, he spices up the plot.

Jackson’s other animated films and video games

Jackson has played in other films, including The Incredibles 1 & 2, The Clone Wars, and Boondocks.

He also played Whiplash in the Turbo anime in 2013, Voice actor Tendai in Zambezi, released in 2012, and as Mace Windu in the ‘Star Wars: Prequel trilogy series.

He is the second Highest-Grossing Actor of all time

Samuel’s outstanding performance on the screen has made him win numerous awards. He is the second highest-grossing movie actor of all time. His films collectively have grossed him over $ 27 billion worldwide.

Besides, his net worth is $ 250 million, which primarily comes from films.