Marvel fans will next get to see Samuel L. Jackson return as Nick Fury but as a younger version of the character in Captain Marvel. But will we get to see the Ex-SHIELD director in the upcoming Avengers: Endgame? The actor seems to suggest that fans won’t.
Jackson was recently interviewed by MTV’s Josh Horowitz on the Happy Sad Confused podcast for the upcoming movie GLASS. During the talk, the actor revealed that he hasn’t read the script for Avengers: Endgame because he only reads the script for the movies he is a part of, suggesting he isn’t in the movie.
“Not Avengers: Endgame, no. I generally read the scripts I’m in,” Jackson told the Happy Sad Confused podcast when asked if he reads complete Marvel scripts. “I don’t just go to my part [laughs].”
Jackson made his first appearance as Nick Fury in the Marvel Cinematic Universe through a cameo in 2008’s Iron Man. The actor revealed his approach in reading a script for his cameos.
“I used to. Or I’ll do it when somebody sends me a script and they say, ‘We want you to do a cameo here,’ I’ll go look for what that cameo is, and depending upon what that cameo is, it may entice me to go back and read what happened before and what happens after,” he said.
“But most times, no, I read the whole script all the time. I like scripts. It don’t take that long to read ‘em.”
Fans last saw Nick Fury in Avengers: Infinity War and the character was among the victims dusted away post Thanos’ snap. But Jackson’s return as Fury was confirmed long back through set pictures of the actor filming his part for Spider-Man: Far From Home. The recent trailer for the Spider-Man sequel also showed the return of Nick Fury. You can check it out below.
Fortunately, we do know that all the characters that were a victim of the snap would return thanks to Sebastian Stan. The actor who plays Bucky Barnes/ Winter Soldier let the information slip about a scene which has every character from the MCU.
“I can’t really talk about that scene, but I knew it took them three months in planning this scene to have everyone there,” said Stan according to Comicbook.
Avengers: Endgame will hit theatres on April 26.
Source: Happy Sad Confused
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