Posted on Tuesday, January 26th, 2010 by Brendon Connelly
Having signed Samuel L. Jackson up for a many, many picture deal to reprise Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD across a whole range of tied-together movies, I can’t see Marvel would fail to employ him in a single one. We’ve know for a while that he’s definitely cropping up in Iron Man 2, and it was reasonable to assume he’d also show for Thor.
Perhaps, though, he won’t… At least, that’s the inference of a new interview that delivers the following quote from Jackson:
Nobody’s told me anything. I was reading the trades last week and I saw the [Thor] cast list. My name was in it, so maybe I am doing something that I don’t know about and I’ll hear about it soon.
I think he’s just being coy. Maybe these stars are told to act like this in interviews – I mean, it certainly generates a lot of discussion about the films in question. It’s hard to believe he’s as naive about the whole process as he claims to be. Or maybe I’m wrong, and he’s out, Clark Gregg representing SHIELD instead.
In other Sam Jackson comics news, the first image has been unveiled of his upcoming book Cold Space. You can see it in full after the break. I think you might find the lead character rather recognisable…