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Samuel L. Jackson’s unofficial favourite phrase and official trademark is motherf***er. Nonetheless, when he realized about an onscreen profanity rating that positioned Jonah Hill at No. 1, Jackson addressed just a few considerations. On Wednesday’s (March 9) episode of The Tonight Present With Jimmy Fallon, Fallon introduced the rating to the Pulp Fiction actor’s consideration revealing that he landed at No. 3 on the checklist with Hill taking the highest spot and Leonardo DiCaprio trailing proper behind.
“That’s some bulls**t,” Jackson stated jokingly. Hill apparently had 376 cuss phrases in film historical past whereas DiCaprio has 361 and Jackson has solely 301. Denzel Washington additionally made the checklist with 183 phrases. Jackson continued to precise his disbelief by saying, “No approach, man. Jonah Hill. Actually? After which Leo. Jonah Hill, then Leo. I don’t consider that. Someone has miscounted.” Possibly his many makes use of of the phrase motherf**ker weren’t counted individually, however who is aware of?
The 2 males additionally talked about how the rating would’ve been if it centered on particular cuss phrases and for that, it was explicitly clear who would reign supreme. Humorous sufficient, it was on Fallon that the completed actor launched his Twitter account in 2011 with the notorious phrase, “Can-a muh fukkasay f**okay on right here?”
Fuck sure! RT @SamuelLJackson: Can-a muh fukkasay fuck on right here?
— jules (@thecityofjules) October 12, 2011
Jackson at present stars in and is selling his new Apple TV+ restricted sequence, The Final Days of Ptolemy Gray. Watch his chat with Jimmy Fallon on profanity under.