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Looking ahead to whatís coming between 2016 and 2019, weíve picked the 10 likeliest contenders to die in Marvelís Phase Three film slate. Obviously none of these have been confirmed yet, but going off comic book history and analyzing how events will go down in the near future.
Basically, we all just assumed that Nick Fury would have a role in Captain America: Civil War, whether small or significant. But it what Samuel L. Jackson said is true, then it may be years before we see the eye-patched warrior on screen in an MCU movie again.
Sam Jackson has been the connective tissue in movies like Captain America: The First Avenger, Iron Man 2, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, the first Avengers movie and this monthís Age of Ultron. Because of Millarís creative stroke, Samuel L. Jackson has job security, and vaults filled with cash for the work he has done with Marvel.
Samuel L Jackson has teased that his run as Nick Fury might be coming to an end, as he only has two films left on his contract.
There is now a massive threat looming over the Marvel Cinematic Universe. No, Iím not talking about Thanos, Iím talking about Civil War. Last night it was revealed that the massively popular 2006 comic book crossover will soon be coming to the big screen in the form of the MCUís Phase Three. We expect the consequences of the events to be tremendous, with at least some casualties. But who will be biting the bullet?
Is Sam Jacksonís menacing, yet strangely likeable Nick Fury your favorite part of Marvel movies? If so, you might want to Odinsleep through much of The Avengers: Age Of Ultron because the eye-patched badass will be almost entirely absent from the final cut.
We've assumed for years that Samuel L. Jackson would appear as Nick Fury at some point in Thor and Captain America, setting up each hero's entrance into The Avengers and leading directly into next summer's giant superhero movie. Jackson then confirmed it
Just this morning I checked into my hotel room in San Francisco, CA in preparation for WonderCon - which begins today - and I found a little card sitting on my desk. A message from Nicholas J. Fury, director of S.H.I.E.L.D. (played by Samuel L. Jackson in the Marvel movies), the note said that I "have been selected" and prompted me to turn on my television to channel 72.
Talking to Jimmy Fallon-- who basically got the kind of scoop we movie bloggers dream of constantly-- Jackson said he has yet to
Marvel President Kevin Feige Talks Movies For Iron Fist, Black Panther And The Future Of S.H.I.E.L.D
It's a good time to be alive if you are a comic book fan. The DC Comics/Warner Bros. team-up is finally looking past Batman and
Though we all love Iron Man, Spider-Man, and the X-Men, there are literally hundreds of Marvel heroes out there that nobody outside of comic geeks has ever heard of; characters that, by comparison,
Earlier this week Samuel L. Jackson appeared on what is surely the most annoying radio show in the history of the world, Radio Big Boy, and dropped a huge Marvel bomb
Iron Man 2 does commit itself to Marvel's Avenger plans with major subplots and character inclusions but some may
But Jackson, who is pretty much owned by Marvel at this point thanks to the nine-movie deal he signed, isn't feeling down. He's calling The Avengers "my own starring vehicle for [Nick Fury]"
I'd like to meet one person who didn't think the first trailer for Iron Man 2 was awesome. It gave movie geeks everything they could want without giving too much. A little bit of Robert Downey Jr. being way cooler than we can ever be
If you saw Sam Jacksonís cameo as Nick Fury at the end of Iron Man then you know he looks like a total badass. That doesnít however, mean he actually is a total badass. Jackson