Samuel L. Jackson plays a butt-kicking version of the President of the United States in director Jalmari Helender's upcoming action flick Big Game.
The film, which is presently scheduled for release next year, finds the Pulp Fiction alum battling terrorists on a snowy mountain after ruthless villains take down Air Force One. The only person who can help our hero is a 13-year-old boy armed with a bow and arrow.
Joining Samuel L. Jackson in Big Game are a number of talented actors. Jim Broadbent, Ray Stevenson, Felicity Huffman, Ted Levine, Mehmet Kurtulus, and Victor Garber also star in Helender's upcoming thriller. Onni Tommila portrays the 13-year-old boy tasked with keeping the President alive and well.
The folks at Variety managed to score a first look at Samuel L. Jackson in the Rare Exports director's new movie. As always, you can find the image in question towards the tail end of this article.
Check out the official synopsis:
"'Big Game' tells the story of Oskari, a shy, nervous 13-year old boy. Like his forefathers, his time has come to take a test of manhood by spending one day and one night alone in the wilderness of a vast local forest. Armed only with a bow and arrow, his task is to return with a prize to prove himself. But this is no ordinary night; Air Force One is shot down by terrorists and Oskari discovers the President of the United States in an escape pod. Now the fate of the most powerful man in the world lies in his hands. With the terrorists closing in, Oskari and the President must team up to survive the most extraordinary 24 hours of their lives."
If you need even more Samuel L. Jackson in your life right now, then you're in luck. The busy actor appears next in director Spike Lee's Oldboy remake. Jackson stars alongside Josh Brolin, Elizabeth Olsen, and Elysium villain Sharlto Copley in the upcoming flick.
Still want more? The Snakes on a Plane alum reprises his role as Nick Fury in directors Anthony and Joe Russo's big-budget sequel Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Those of you who missed the recently-released trailer can correct that problem below.
Here's Samuel L. Jackson as the President of the United States on a mountain.
Are you a fan of Samuel L. Jackson? Do you plan to catch Rare Exports director Jalmari Helender's Big Game when it lands in theaters next year?
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