Captain America: Is Nick Fury Out of Here?

    February 22, 2014
    Aleyia Dixon
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Going by Samuel L. Jackson’s usual pace, maybe one of the hardest working actors has forty more roles to play in the next two years and needed to bow out of the upcoming sequels– from the looks of the newest Captain America TV spot, Jackson’s character Nick Fury might be headed for that Great Eyepatch In the Sky in the new movie.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier is the newest spin-off of Marvel’s wildly popular Avenger movie featuring Captain America, the Falcon and the Black Widow. The storyline focuses on Captain America adjusting to modern life while dealing with a reincarnated threat, a long-haired Soviet agent with a metal arm that goes by the name of the Winter Soldier. Due to Scarlett Johansson’s hotness and the overall awesomeness of the Black Widow character, she also comes back as Captain America’s teammate. The Falcon is the newcomer to the movie, a metal-winged Harlemite with an affection for birds who often helped Captain America and the Avengers in the comic books.

The first feature was released earlier this month, and it showed someone covered with The Death Blanket,

and now the recently released TV spot from Marvel Entertainment has fans abuzz– it was shown that Nick Fury was indeed in the car demolished by the Winter Soldier, and it also included Captain America referring to Nick Fury’s “last words.”

What does it all mean? Marvel surely didn’t just release one of the Biggest Spoilers of All Time… We can’t be sure, of course. Either way, we’ll find out when the movie is released on April 4th. Can’t wait.

Image via Youtube


    Captain America dies and the Winter Soldier becomes the new Captain American

  • Brad D’ellarte

    Let’s bear in mind that Agent Phil Coulson died in “The Avengers”… and is now back – hale and hearty – headlining “Marvel: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” on ABC.

  • Ziio

    Nick Fury has been killed so many times in the comics its impossible to count. It always ends up being a duplicate or robot or some crazy clone. Nick Fury will not die, but he will lose his command of Shield.

    • William Stachnik

      Yeah I’m pretty sure that’s what happens in the Ultimate comics right? And Fury ends up leading the Black Ops unit of the Avengers?

      • Ziio

        For the movie universe possibly the Agents of Shield team, by proxie course, they could never afford him full time on a TV show, but he could direct the team thru communications directly to Colson. Which would be a good reason to bring have brought him back to life, a man in the ranks that Fury completely trusts. I hope they do something interesting with the series at least, it’s pretty bland so far.

  • Johnny Kronaz

    Sam Jackson has said that he has a nine-picture deal. I don’t think he’s up to nine yet.

    • Nelson

      but do his little cameos and the ones where he just appears in the end credits scenes count towards his 9 picture deal or no? if they count then he is actually up to 6 with the winter soldier, but if those don’t count, then he is actually only up to his 3rd picture with The winter soldier