CAPTAIN MARVEL Star Samuel L. Jackson Is Hoping To Fill Out More Of Nick Fury's Missing History In The MCU

In a new interview, Avengers: Infinity War and Captain Marvel star Samuel L. Jackson talks about his desire to continue exploring Nick Fury's past and seemingly alludes to an appearance in Black Widow...

We'll learn more about Nick Fury's past (and presumably how he lost his eye) in Captain Marvel, but there are still a lot of gaps that need to be filled in. For example, what was he up to after becoming Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. in the years before he met Iron Man? And remeber when he went off on those secret missions after the spy organisation fell? 

Well, during a recent interview, MCU veteran Samuel L. Jackson talked about his desire to continue fleshing out Fury's past and it sounds like he's interested in being part of Black Widow's origin story.

"Part of his service record and also the fact that he was a spy for a while," the actor explains. "Where was he, what was he doing, how did he meet this particular person?... He met Natasha through the whole spy thing, I’d like to explore that a bit. I’d also like to know what he was doing after Winter Soldier when they said go to Europe and find out what’s going on."

Assuming that we're going to see the moment Black Widow was recruited by Nick Fury and Hawkeye in her solo movie, it would definitely make sense for him to return and assign her the job of keeping an eye on Tony Stark (which would lead to her introduction in Iron Man 2).

We'll have to wait and see, but let us know your thoughts in the comments section down below.
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