Samuel L. Jackson’s Star Wars Lightsaber Has An Explicit Pulp Fiction Secret



Samuel L. Jackson's Star Wars Lightsaber Has An Explicit Pulp Fiction Secret 2

When discussing his unique laser sword on «The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,» Samuel L. Jackson referred to the awesome engraving, explaining it was not something he’d even asked for. «No, they did that because they loved me,» Jackson said. «I didn’t ask for it. When the shoot was over, when they presented it to me, it had ‘BMF’ on the on-off button.» The engraving was a great bit of fan love for one of the actor’s most famous roles, which had him using F-bombs instead of the Force. 

The question is, could he ever reprise the role of Mace Windu regardless of how things went in «Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith»? When asked by Empire about Mace’s exit in the third prequel, Jackson proclaimed, «HE’S NOT DEAD!!!» It might seem unlikely that Mace Windu could live to fight another day, but since Emperor Palpatine (Ian McDiarmid) somehow returns in «Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker,» why couldn’t the Jedi he killed also come back? When asked what he’d like to do if he returned, Jackson said, «EVERYTHING YES!!» 

Clearly, the Force and the enthusiasm to fire up the purple lightsaber are strong with this one, but should Mace Windu ever find a way back to «Star Wars,» we’ll now know what message is hidden on his elegant weapon from a more civilized age.

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