Samuel L. Jackson’s Diner Scene in ‘Pulp Fiction’ Was Almost Way More Violent

While Samuel L. Jackson has been in over 140 movies, pulp fiction is still his most iconic. It’s endlessly quotable and his performance as Jules Winnfield is magnificent. pulp fiction is already a violent movie, as most Quentin Tarantino movies are. However, according to Jackson, the ending scene with him in the diner was supposed to be much more violent.

Jules Winnfield has an awakening in ‘Pulp Fiction’

Uma Thurman, Samuel L. Jackson, and John Travolta | ROBYN BECK/AFP via Getty Images

At the beginning of pulp fiction, Jackson’s character is a relentless hitman. His first scene of him features him teasing a man before he kills him. However, he also shows that he is a deeply religious person, quoting the bible when he says “And you will know my name is the Lord when I lay my vengeance upon thee.”

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