And answers whose side of CIVIL WAR he thinks Nick Fury is on.
We do a lot of reading between the lines when it comes to the divide between Marvel’s cinematic and TV branches, but rarely does an actor out-and-out wish death to a character on either side. Yes, Nick Fury may quietly arrange for S.H.I.E.L.D. to take out Foggy Nelson, as Samuel L. Jackson voices his disdain for the Daredevil character. Continue reading…
Ever since Samuel L. Jackson showed up in the post-credits teaser at the end of Iron Man explaining to Tony Stark that he was a part of a much larger world, the Marvel Cinematic Universe was launched. Throughout the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Nick Fury, the former director of S.H.I.E.L.D. has been the essential glue for […]
Samuel L. Jackson claims his next Marvel movie will be 'Avengers: Infinity War Part 1' after skipping out on 'Captain America: Civil War'
Samuel L. Jackson's Nick Fury has become a staple of the Marvel Cinematic Universe since its creation. He's a character that could appear in almost any Marvel film, serving as a connective bridge between all the movies. That was what his role was largely in Phase One and his appearance meant that it was all connected. Show More Summary
I still can't believe we've gotten to this point in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I remember back in 2008 when Nick Fury first showed up at the end of IRON MAN. I dreamed of Marvel one day adapting the CIVIL WAR comic book to the big screen -- though I knew the difficulties they would face. Show More Summary
Ever since Nick Fury snuck into Tony Stark's mansion in Iron Man, post-credits and the occasional mid-credits scenes have become a popular way for superhero movies to tease what's coming for the future of their franchise. This is how...Show More Summary
Even though the upcoming "Captain America: Civil War" civil war film is expected to bring a lot of major characters back in the big screen, it was confirmed that one will not be taking part in the action.
From Iron Fist to Nick Fury, Beast, Angela and more!
CSBG has a collection of comic stories better off staying forgotten, like the time the Punisher killed SHIELD's Nick Fury.
MOON KNIGHT's Declan Shalvey returns to draw AND write a new serial as well.
In their latest spotlight on comic book plots that might be best forgotten, CSBG looks at how the Punisher once killed Nick Fury!
War hero. Secret agent. Government stooge. Machiavellian mastermind. Washed-up antique. Ageless warrior. Man out of time. Roughneck brawler. Unyielding patriot. Intergalactic assassin. Nick Fury has been all these things, and many more, since his first appearance on March 5th 1963. Show More Summary
Check out a preview of AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #9 from Marvel Comics.
The blockbuster as we used to know it died in 2008 when the credits rolled on the first screening of Jon Favreau’s Iron Man. When Samuel L. Jackson popped up as Nick Fury to recruit Tony Stark into the Avengers, the shape of mainstream, populist cinema changed. Show More Summary
Ever since Nick Fury appeared in Tony Stark's living room after the credits rolled in Iron Man, post-credits stingers have taken on a life of their own. Whether it's a comic book movie, a comedy or a devastating drama, no one is quite ready to get out of their seat until they know they haven't missed an extra scene tacked on at the end. Show More Summary
Incorporating Spider-Man into the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been a pipe dream for fans ever since Nick Fury showed his one-eyed mug at the end of the first IRON MAN. Following the middling success of THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2, Sony finally bit the bullet and agreed on a plan to incorporate the webslinger into the MCU. Show More Summary
For some strange reason, DC and Marvel have decided that the best use for their monster characters is grouping them together as a secret agent team. Marvel kicked off this trend in 2005 with Nick Fury’s Howling Commandos, then DC picked it up with Frankenstein: Agent Of S.H.A.D.E. Show More Summary
Jackson only has two films left in his Marvel Studios contract The post Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury Returning for Thor: Ragnarok? appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
A new report claims that Samuel L. Jackson will return as Nick Fury when 'Thor: Ragnarok' starts shooting in Australia this summer.