Samuel L. Jackson Could Be Gearing Up To Appear In ‘SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME’

We know little to nothing about the future of the MCU post-Avengers 4. What we definitely do know is that Spider-Man: Far From Home will be released shortly after Avengers 4. The film will basically start Phase 4. We’ve seen some art photos of Tom Holland in London, but there seems another major member of the MCU will be present in the film.

Recently, rumors of Doctor Strange appearing in the film were shot down. Today, however, Samuel L. Jackson posted pictures on Instagram from the UK. Now, we know that Spider-Man: Far From Home takes place in the UK, and that Captain Marvel just wrapped filming. What we don’t know is who comes back to life following the events of Infinity War. Obviously Peter Parker, but we don’t know who else. We can now make the assumption that Nick Fury survives, and it would make sense. Who else can keep the Avengers together other than Nick Fury since Coulson is “dead.”

Here is the Instagram post from Samuel L. Jackson:

Now, as I said we know what film is being filmed in the UK right now. So, this means that Nick Fury could either have a cameo in Spider-Man: Far From Home or he could play a major role in the film. Either way, this is awesome and exciting news!

What do you guys think? Are you excited at the possibility of Nick Fury being in Spider-Man: Far From Home? Tweet us @SuperBroMovies with your thoughts!

Source: Samuel L. Jackson

Rascal F. Kennedy

One thought on “Samuel L. Jackson Could Be Gearing Up To Appear In ‘SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME’

  1. With Captain Marvel being done filming, and Spider-Man being the last movie to be made for 2019 it would make sense that Sam would make an appearance in it. Plus its part of the Sony/Marvel deal to include an MCU character in the Spider-Man films so that both parties get paid, and why Iron Man was in Spider-Man Homecoming.


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