Samuel L. Jackson reveals Fury’s biggest change in Secret Invasion after years of suffering for the character
Marvel’s upcoming series, ‘Secret Invasion’, has become one of the most anticipated by fans and for good reason. The series will feature one of the most emblematic characters of the UCM, Nick Furiaplayed by actor Samuel L. Jackson.
Along with it will appear in greater depth the Skrulls and we will have proof of what is true and what is not what we have seen so far in Phase 3 and 4. Some surprises could give us. The recent adversities of the MCU have taken their toll on the main character and will subject him to deeper changes. But wich ones?
In a recent interview, Jackson revealed the biggest changes fans will notice in the character.
Viewers should prepare to see a more vulnerable and human side of Fury.
The actor explained that fans of the Marvel Universe they will see a more vulnerable and human side of Fury in the series. Nick will show the problems of his age and the possible threats of the Skrulls that stalk the planet.
What changes for Nick Fury in Secret Invasion?
The trademark eyepatch and goatee will be replaced with glasses and a beard, and he will be more reflective and somber due to all that he has been through. A deeper change than expected.
Nick has been piecing together his true identity and his place in the world after the deaths of Tony Stark. Additionally, the series will offer a unique and introspective look at the character, highlighting his personal moments as he tries to piece together his true identity and search for his place in the world after all he’s been through.
“I had to figure out some things and figure out some new things, which I’ve been trying to do for a while. It’s great to have the opportunity to find out who I really was and dig into how his work really affects his personal life.”
In the interview, the producer Jonathan Schwartz highlighted that showing Furia’s emotional side adds a depth that the viewer doesn’t expect.
“Nick Fury is just a human being, Maria Hill, played by Cobie Smulders, is just a human being. A single bullet could finish them off. That’s something we don’t always get in the MCU. Bringing that level of tension, fear and vulnerability to one of our shows was really exciting.”