- Samuel L. Jackson critiques Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood for lack of diversity.
- Jackson, who starred in many of Tarantino’s earlier films, speaks on the “cultural differences” in the director’s approach to filmmaking.
- Tarantino’s films have faced scrutiny before for their handling of racial issues.
Renowned actor Samuel L. Jackson has publicly criticized the Quentin Tarantino film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood due to its lack of diversity. Jackson, who has starred in multiple Tarantino films in the past, emphasized his disappointment with “cultural differences” in this movie when compared to the director’s previous work.
Previously, Tarantino’s films have faced considerable backlash for their controversial handling of racial themes and lack of representation. Jackson’s recent critique opens up further discussion about diversity in the Hollywood film industry and the importance of accurate representation onscreen.