Forget Luke Cage, Black Panther and Nick Fury. The real black superhero carries a briefcase filled with law books and a copy of the U.S. Constitution in his jacket pocket. His name is Thurgood Marshall. The strong-willed civil rights activist and Supreme Court justice is nothing if not heroic in...
Everyone was surprised at San Diego Comic-Con this winter when Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige announced that the Captain Marvel movie would not only feature Nick Fury and the Skrulls, but also take place in the 1990s. That means the character was an arse-kicking hero long before Tony Stark revealed to the world he was Iron Man. More »
New information has come to light that has us wondering if Samuel L. Jackson will reprise Nick Fury in Avengers 4 after all.
Will you try the Justice League VR experience? What’s the long range box office forecast for the opening weekend of Thor: Ragnarok? Does a casting call indicate Nick Fury will be appearing in The Avengers 4 after all? Why was Inhumans...Show More Summary
Despite a report that Nick Fury won't be back in Avengers 4, a new casting call hints at the former S.H.I.E.L.D. director's return.
The Summer is coming to an end and this is the point in the movie calendar where studios either dump their mediocre material or hope that the decrease in competition from franchises will offer a better playing field for smaller...
Paul Bettany is confirmed to return as Vision in Avengers 4, but Samuel L. Jackson has confirmed that he won't appear in the sequel.
Avengers: Infinity War is noteworthy not just for being the culmination of a story Marvel has been developing throughout the three phases of the MCU (or at least since the first Avengers back in 2012, when we got our initial look atShow More Summary
Samuel L. Jackson is feeling the fury (or at least disappointment) of Nick Fury after his character has been sidelined from multiple Marvel movies. Fury helped launch the Marvel Cinematic Universe as we know it with his post-creditsShow More Summary
Nick Fury is an incredibly important character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe — or rather, he was an incredibly important character. Following the closing credits of the original Iron Man back in 2008, we were introduced to the character, and he brought with him the promise of The Avengers, which eventually came to fruition in 2012. Show More Summary
A lot can change between now March 8, 2019, the date when Captain Marvel is due to open in theaters. But this flurry of activity has us wondering how co-directors Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck will approach Nick Fury in their MCU movie.
Nick Fury is an omnipresent force in the Marvel movies, but there's one particular Marvel project that Samuel L. Jackson wanted to appear in as the badass spy.
Without Nick Fury, there would have been no assembly of The Avengers. In a credits scene after Iron Man hit theaters in 2008, Samuel L. Jackson appears in Tony Stark’s mansion to chastise his cockiness and talk to him about something called The Avengers Initiative. Show More Summary
When Samuel L. Jackson learned along with the rest of us that Captain Marvel would be a prequel, he had an amusing response on playing the younger Nick Fury.
One year ago we learned that Brie Larson would be tackling the role of half-human, half-alien superhero Captain Marvel in the MCU
One of the cool moments from the Marvel panel at Comic-Con this year was getting to see the first concept art for Brie Larson as Captain Marvel! The 27-year-old Oscar-winning actress is set to play the title superhero in the upcoming movie and details about the film were revealed. Samuel L. Jackson, who Brie worked [...]
Samuel L. Jackson stars as a young, two-eyed Nick Fury in Captain Marvel, which is set in the 90s.
Despite Disney’s D23 conference happening just a week ago, Marvel came to Comic-Con to break news and steal the show with clips, casting announcements, and plot details for its upcoming movies. We now know that Captain Marvel, starring Brie Larson, will take place in the 1990s. It’s also been confirmed ... More »
It’s been months since there’s been any substantial news regarding Captain Marvel, the first female solo film outta Marvel’s Cinematic Universe. But today, as one might have assumed they would, Marvel gave a little something something during their panel at San Diego Comic Con. And by a little something, we’re talking an unexpected (and legally confounding) […]
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