Since we got our first glimpse of Thanos at the end of 2011's Avengers, Marvel fans have been waiting for the epic conclusion of the cosmic saga that Kevin Feige and Marvel Studios have been constructing since 2008's Iron Man. After all, the film is about T'Challa and sees the title character return home after the events of Captain America: Civil War, only to find that there is political strife within the nation of Wakanda.
Before Samuel L. Jackson was confirmed to star in Captain Marvel with Brie Larson (which will be a prequel set in the 1990s that introduces the aliens known as Skrulls), the actor was only rumored to be part of the movie. They go at this time and I have still not called.
"They wouldn't let me go to Black Panther-ville, so it's kinda like how you gonna make a black Marvel movie and not let Nick Fury show up in it?" In any case, filming on the sequel has begun prior to the release of Avengers: Infinity War, which Renner has already completed filming for. But if it doesn't make sense narratively, then there's no reason to shoehorn Nick Fury in there.
Jackson says Nick Fury is not in 'Avengers 3' or 'Avengers 4'
Though Jackson says he wasn't called for The Avengers 4, that movie only just started shooting earlier this month.
Big mouth before the lord, and Samuel L. Jackson doesn't seem entirely pleased with the role that he reserves to Disney in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
In an interview with Yahoo UK, taped before the "Captain Marvel" confirmation, Jackson revealed his confusion about his place in the MCU. Jackson made a surprise cameo in a tie-in episode of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. to help rescue Fitz (Iain De Caestecker) and Jemma (Elizabeth Henstridge), and in 2015, Jackson returned in a minor role for Avengers: Age of Ultron. Let us know how much you're looking forward to Captain Marvel by giving it your own ComicBook.com User Anticipation Rating below.