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Samuel L. Jackson and Brie Larson Play 'Name the Review'

The two stars of Captain Marvel take a critical trip back through their careers.

by | March 11, 2019 | Comments

She may be coming to his rescue in Endgame, but can Brie Larson – a.k.a. Captain Marvel, a.k.a. Carol Danvers – save Samuel L. Jackson from his critics? We sat down with the Captain Marvel co-stars to find out, joining them as they play a game of ‘Name the Review.’ The idea is simple: Each actor reads snippets from reviews of the other’s work – some Fresh, some Rotten, many weird – and the other has to guess which of their films is being referenced. Is it Basmati Blues or RoomSnakes on a Plane or Deep Blue Sea? And why does Jackson think every answer is Hitman’s Bodyguard? Watch the exclusive video above.

Captain Marvel opened in theaters on March 8.


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