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Samuel L. Jackson is pretty unkillable in his new action flick The Hitman’s Bodyguard. But if there’s one person that could take him out, it’s his wife Sonia played by Salma Hayek.

Believe it or not the duo had never worked together, and Hayek was excited it FINALLY happened.

“We had never worked together before, but I always wanted to work with him,” said Hayek. “And I kind of felt like that’s going to happen.”

Jackson concurred and also revealed his excitement about finally working with Ryan Reynolds … even though they were at each others throats the entire movie. “Ryan has this dry sense of humor. I’m a little more profane,” explained Jackson who plays hitman Darius Kincaid. “The fact that you have someone as lethal and as crazy as Darius … that’s humorous.”

The Hitman’s Bodyguard hits theaters Aug 18.

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Meek Mill, Oprah & More: ‘Game Night’ Cast Reveal Who They’d Want To Play Games With



If you love a good game night then you’re probably going to love the new comedy-crime flick Game Night hitting theaters Feb. 23.
Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams take fun and games to new heights playing a couple whose competitive gamenight gatherings become the setting of a murder mystery when things take an unexpected turn. Their game night crew consists of two pair of couples played by Lamorne Morris and Kylie Bunberry and Billy Magnussen and Sharon Horgan. The antics are pretty hilarious, and we could totally see ourselves attending a game night with them in real life.
So, we had to ask the cast if they were hosting a Game Night what celebs would they want to invite over. Their answers are heeeeeelarious. Apparently Lamorne Morris is super competitive and thinks he can beat LeBron James at any board game, Kylie Bunberry wants to play with Meek Mill (in jail or not) and Billy Magnussen thinks he can take Oprah down.
Don’t believe us just watch!
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