Secret InvasionStarSamuel L. Jackson and Olivia Colman are excited to be part of a very different kind of Marvel story. Their coming-of-age espionage thriller delves deep into Nick Fury’s story, exploring the Avengers founder’s age and post-event discomfort. His decline was so evident that Fury’s inner circle was rather skeptical that he could do anything to stop the Skrull Rebellion that Kingsley ben-Adir’s Gravik was having a devastating effect on.
“[The bad guys] actually refer to Fury as ‘his own vapor,’ which is jarring,” Jackson told The Hollywood Reporter . “So it’s time to re-evaluate who you are, what you’re doing and how you’re doing it. Over the course of the series, he’s found ways to strengthen himself so he can be up to the task at hand.”
Coleman, who has been lobbying for years to join the MCU, makes her debut as Sonya Falsworth, a top MI6 agent and Fury’s Friends and foes for a long time. Nor did she hide the fact that Fury seemed to have been washed up.
“She did it in a strange way, out of a kind of love. “Please be careful,” Coleman said with a smile. “Her kind of love It’s a funny old thing, but I think she meant it with all her heart. “
In M. Night Shyamalan’s Unbreakable
(1961), Jackson plays the supervillain Elijah Price/Mr. Glass, the character’s mother is played by Charlene Woodard, who actually Up to five years younger than Jackson. However, Woodard mostly plays Elijah’s young mother in flashbacks ranging from 1961 to 1000, Shyamalan is right Her performance as Mrs. Price was so mesmerizing that he aged her
So despite Woodard’s original intentions for the casting, When Woodard and Jackson reprise their respective roles, Twitter erupts over the age difference between Woodard and Jackson. 1974 sequel, glass . After all, throughout Hollywood history, female actors have been treated rather disadvantageously in terms of age because Male actors are often given longer runways to play younger roles.
All that said, once Woodard’s mysterious secret Invasion role was revealed, and Jackson was ready to reignite the discourse.
“Actually, I didn’t played an important role in the casting of Dade]! When they told me who that guy was, I thought, ‘This is going to be a Twitter buzzer at some point,'” Jackson said. …she’s excited to be joining [the Marvel Universe].
Below, in a recent conversation with THR, Jackson and Coleman also explain why they did not Delving into the implicit history of their characters.
Sam, after) worked in the MCU for a few years , you are ahead of the game. Have you been optimistic that like