Samuel L. Jackson doesn't just talk tough in the movies. Lately, he's been getting tough on bad grammar, too — whether it's used by fans of his on Twitter or even by Barack Obama. "Somebody needs to be the grammar police," the 64-year-old actor says.
A young woman wakes up to find herself inside a locked, padded room. She does not know where she is, nor can she see any way to get out. But her laptop works, so she contacts strangers through YouTube, Facebook and Twitter to ask for help.
"There is not a day when Sir Winston is not quoted in one way or
another, whether by presidents, prime ministers or by people in their everyday lives," his great-grandson, Randolph
Churchill, told the Daily Telegraph.