Jackson On Playing A Different Version Of Nick Fury In Captain Marvel

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She's doing so as the MCU's Phase 3 prepares to wrap up in April with Avengers: Endgame, so her arrival could be considered well overdue. "Who hadn't met anyone from another universe just yet and sort of looking at the insane lady, trying to figure out why she thinks she's an alien [LAUGHTER] and what all that means and, ah... it's kind of... kind of fun to not be the all-knowing, you know, angry, ah... persuader that Nick Fury always is and - And you know, even... even more refreshing to have two eyes, so I don't have to cover one eye while I was learning [LAUGHTER] my lines".

Why didn't this happen? Those were Captain Marvel plate shots. Actress Gemma Chan similarly says that she "was over the moon" when she found out who else was going to be in Captian Marvel.

Throughout the history of Marvel Comics, eight different characters have taken the name Captain Marvel. He even points towards "Black Widow" as an example of this (although she hasn't received her own film yet), given that Natasha Romanoff evolved in Iron Man 2 before wearing her costume onscreen.

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Woods claimed the title of fastest man at the combine with a 4.29 40-yard dash, and that alone earns a spot on this list. A little more context? Gary needed to test well, given his inconsistent college stats, and he did just that.

Actor James Woods, who previously worked with Disney and provided the voice for Hades in the animated film Hercules, roasted the company and their upcoming Captain Marvel film with the distracted boyfriend meme.

Not only that, but Age Of Ultron was already a sensory-overload movie that was stuffed full of characters and would have been a poor vehicle to briefly introduce the most powerful superhero ever seen in the MCU. Birth.Movies.Death conducted an interview with head of Marvel Studios Kevin Feige around Age of Ultron's release and, inevitably, its cool reveal has seen the light of day again (H/T ComicBook.com) in light of the new Marvel movie hitting cinemas soon.

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