You would be absolutely wrong if you think Nick Fury from Marvel would be a strict rule-follower guy in real life too, in fact, Samuel L. Jackson, the star who has appeared in top franchises of not only Marvel, but Star Wars too has quite occasionally revealed how he has a passion for anime, and something similar to it too.
Samuel L. Jackson’s Interview With WIRED
The revelation of the fact that the famous actor likes anime and similarly made NSFW stuff was made for the first time in 2017 when he gave an interview to WIRED.
It was a part of a series where actors answer the most searched Google queries about them.
Upon being asked if he likes anime, Samuel L. Jackson revealed that he does, in fact, like it, followed shortly with a “H**tai Too“. This is something that took the internet by storm as it was near the peak of Marvel’s popularity, the studio for which he acted in his iconic role of Nick Fury.
This incident was bought to light once more late last year after Samuel L. Jackson was spotted on his Twitter profile liking some NSFW posts on his birthday. The likes were quickly removed from his profile after fans started calling him out in an attempt to tell him how his likes are public in his timeline, but it was too late till then unfortunately as the word had got out.
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Other Actors Who Have Admitted To Liking Anime
While it might come as a surprise to many, there are actually a lot of actors who have admitted to liking anime and how they like to watch it in their free time. The list includes some famous names such as Ariana Grande, Gerard Pique, Daniel Radcliffe, and Keanu Reeves.
Ariana Grande has even got a tattoo of Chihiro from Spirited Away, an anime film that came out in 2001, and also has been noticed liking tweets related to One Piece on Twitter.
Keanu Reeves on the other hand has also revealed in an interview how he thought anime was cool, disclosing how he likes One Piece even. He has even worked as a voice actor on Alita: Battle Angel, an anime movie.
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