Samuel L. Jackson, who now teaches a MasterClass lesson on acting and is out promoting Incredibles 2, admitted on Jimmy Kimmel Live! that he once acted while on acid.

The actor was talking about his time in college, when his class was challenged by an acting teacher to “learn how to be drunk and high and still do the play” in order to become one of the “greats.” Watch above as Jackson tells the story of how he drank, smoked weed, and ultimately dropped acid before acting on stage while in college.

In the same episode, Kevin Durant, fresh from winning back-to-back NBA titles with the Golden State Warriors, talked about what it was like partying after the Warriors’ Finals win, J.R. Smith’s huge mistake in Game 1 of the Finals, and LeBron James.

Finally, Future performed his song “Nowhere” from the Superfly soundtrack to round off the show.

Watch both videos below.

What are your thoughts on “Nowhere?” Will the Warriors build a dynasty? Would you pay to watch Samuel L. Jackson perform on acid? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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