Samuel L. Jackson Drops the Mic (and a Marvel Reference) on Late Late Show


Samuel L. Jackson can now add "Rap Battle Champion" to his ever expanding resume.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe mainstay dropped by James Corden's Late Late Show to promote his and co-star Ryan Reynold's new film The Hitman's Bodyguard, but not through a traditional interview. Instead, Nick Fury himself geared up for a different kind of  battle -- a rap battle against Corden in a new segment called "Drop the Mic." Shots were fired. Carpool Karaoke jokes were made. F- bombs were inevitably dropped, and it was all captured on camera -- you can watch the full, impressive exchange below.

While Corden targeted many parts of Jackson's ample career, his role as the Avengers-assembling S.H.I.E.L.D. head Nick Fury in particular earned several disses, among them, "This battle's over, your career is finished. Best part of Wonder Woman is, Nick Fury wasn't in it!" Jackson, of course, pointed out the obvious flaw in Corden's logic. "I don't want to be that guy, but I gots to be: Nick Fury is Marvel - Wonder Woman is DC."

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