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Where The Marvels Finds Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury After Secret Invasion

Although Nia DaCosta stated we’ll see a “weary” Nick Fury in the upcoming movie, the sequel will also show a different side of the character, a departure from his usual serious nature.

“Secret Invasion” put Fury through the wringer. However, DaCosta reassured fans he still hasn’t lost his sense of humor. For “The Marvels,” the director leaned into the character’s light-hearted relationship with Carol Danvers (Brie Larson), but with two more heroes joining the family. “Something I really like about Fury is that he kind of shifts depending on who he’s with, and I think with these women, he’s a much softer Fury,” DaCosta told GamesRadar+. She joked that while Fury has become “everyone’s dad” in the MCU, “The Marvels” gives him two new daughters to look after: Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Paris) and Kamala Khan (Iman Velani).

Unsurprisingly, Samuel L. Jackson is a fan of the direction his latest MCU outings have taken his character. “It just means that I get to release the facade of being an impenetrable, unfeeling, uncaring person, and I can let myself go,” the actor told the Associated Press regarding the different kind of Fury we saw in “Secret Invasion.” And with DaCosta’s words in mind, it looks like his character development will only continue with “The Marvels.”

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