Samuel L. Jackson Is Seriously Considering A Career In Music with

Will Samuel take a break from acting to launch a hip-hop career?

(AllHipHop News) and Samuel L. Jackson are planning on recording music together.

The U.S. stars both appear in the episode of The Jonathan Ross Show and during the chat, host Jonathan asked Will if he wanted Samuel to join him on a record.

"Hell yes!" Will replied, while the Sam added, "Of course. I'll be back (in America) next week for six weeks so we could get in the studio somewhere."

Samuel has dabbled in music before as he teamed up with British singer Paloma Faith to record a monologue for "Evolution," the opening track from her 2017 album The Architect.

Will was gushing in his admiration for the 70-year-old star and explained that he's always loved the characters he portrays in his movies.

"In my head, I know Samuel because I'm a fan of Sam, so when I see him in all the films, I relate, I'm like, 'Yo, I know him,'" he continued. "In my head, I know him. When I walked in today, I wanted to be like, 'Yo,' but I'm like, 'I really don't know him.' In my head, I'm your best friend because I see you and you're always my favorite character in every film."

Samuel was on the show with Brie Larson to promote their new movie "Captain Marvel," the latest installment in the series of superhero films set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

That feature will be followed by another "Avengers" movie, "Endgame."

The Hollywood icon has denied he will appear in the movie, despite playing the superhero team's mentor figure, top S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Nick Fury, in Marvel movies for more than a decade.

"No (I'm not in it). No, why would I be? I don't have any superpowers," he added. "I can't fight battles. No, I'm not in it."