Spider-Man: Far from Home’s post-credit scene is set to set up a Nick Fury’s TV series for Disney +. As the super spy of the Samuel L. Johnson-designed Avengers Initiative, Nick Fury has secured the title of the most mysterious character.
After his “SHIELD” was taken down in Captain America: The Winter Soldier after years of protecting the world, he continued to work as an independent agent. Speaking of Fury, Tony Stark said, “Even his secrets have secrets.”
Whatever it sounds like, Nick Fury, i.e. Samuel L. Jackson, will be getting his own show on Disney +.
The foundation for the series was laid in Spider-Man: Far from Home, although rumors that this show is related to projects like Secret Warriors of Sword have been enough and it will be a sight to behold how it turns out. turn into.
The Big Nick Fury Question After Spider-Man: Far From Home
In the end credits of Spider-Man: Far from Home, we saw how Spider-Man had been tricked by Fury all along. While Fury was in the depths of space, he had sent shape-shifting Skrulls to impersonate himself.
A viewers’ assumption is that after SHIELD the anger had turned to SWORD. In the comic world, the “Sentiment World
The Observation and Response Department “is in charge of protecting the world from alien forces, because after numerous alien encounters, humanity no longer believes they are alone in the universe. SWORD is based on an orbital space station called the Peak.
It has been confirmed that SWORD will actually make its debut in the series Wanda Vision whose trailer was recently released, where they are called to the town of Westview, which seemed to be consumed by Scarlet Witch’s fake reality. Kat Denning’s Darcy and Teyonah Parris’ Monica Rambeau appear to be working for SWORD.
MCU has produced some great movies and seems to be planning more. But none of them explored the cosmic age of Marvel. But Spider-Man: Far From Home’s post-credit scenes seem to suggest that the MCU has big plans, so fans will just have to wait and see.